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CATALOGUE "36" 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER CO 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



Distributors of 
METALS OF QUALITY 
METAL ACCESSORIES 
SHOP SUPPLIES 



SAN FRANCISCO 



OAKLAND 



557 Market Street 
Phone GArfield 2614 



383 Seventh Street 
Phone HIgate 2366 



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Copyright 1936 
By 

AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER CO. 

San Francisco and Oakland, 
California. 



From the press of 
LEDERER, STREET & ZEUS CO., INC. 
Berkeley, California 






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FOREWORD 




THIS CATALOGUE, representing our stock of quality 

merchandise, which is one of the largest on the Pacific 

Coast, is born of our desire to anticipate your needs 

and to be able to suggest to you the best in Metals. 

We have endeavored to describe and illustrate as com 

pletely as possible the many items we carry in stock. We 

have also included many valuable reference tables and 

other general information that will be of assistance to the 

purchasing agent, engineer and mechanic. Every effort 

is made to keep our stock complete and ready for prompt 

delivery. An invitation is extended to you to visit our 

warehouse and see our stock of metals and accessories. 

It is in appreciation of the past cordial business relations 

with our customers, and in anticipation of our 

future new friends and the service we may 

render both, that we are happy to 

commend to you this catalogue. 






AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 




MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE - OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 




A SECTION OF OUR AUTOMOTIVE AND REFRIGERATION FITTING DEPARTMENT 



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GENERAL VIEW OF WAREHOUSE WITH COUNTER TO THE RIGHT AND A PORTION OF OUR STOCK OF 

SHEET AND ROLL COPPER ON LEFT 




VIEW OF RACKS FOR FLAT SHEET BRASS 



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PART OF TOBIN BRONZE, PIPE AND TUBING DEPARTMENT 



View of warehouse 
with portion of Sheet 
Copper stock in fore- 
ground. Such ample 
stocks make our 
"Immediate Deliv- 
ery" possible. 




EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



INDEX 



— A — 

A-Tops, Copper 55 

Admiralty Condenser Tubes ™ 

Aerial Grinder, Van Dorn Electric 16° 

Air Cocks, Brass - J21 

Air Nozzle H ° 

Allegheny Metal ° 

Alsol Soldering Flux ■ 1 52 

Alumaweld ■ -- 1^1 

ALUMINUM 

Angles • * 1 

Door Saddles 50 

Fittings, I. P. S... 130 

Fittings, Imperial ,.. - "4 

Flux 150,153 

I. P. S. Fittings - 130 

Kick Plates 50 

Machine Screws (Duralumin) 61 

Mouldings H 

Pipe ■- 39 

Plate - 30 

Rivets (See Rivets) 

Rod 16 

Sheet, Coiled - 31 

Sheet, Flat ..30,31 

Solder i48 

Tubing 40 

Weight Table (Index) 200 

Welding Rod, Cast and Drawn 160 

Wire - 44,46 

Wood Screws, (Duralumin) °8 

Amco Soldering Salts, Paste 152 

Anchors, Paine Lead - 69 

ANGLE 

Aluminum H 

Brass ll 

Stainless Steel - 18 

Angle Valves - - 123,124 

Anti-Friction Metal, Sterling..... I 40 

Antimony - •— -- J 4 j? 

Arco Fittings - 1 12- ll3 

Automotive Fittings - 88 - " 

AUTOMOTIVE TUBING 

Brass 34 

Copper 37 

Aviation Fittings 91-92 

— B — 

BABBITT (Federated, Selby) 

Challenge - | 4 2 

Copper Hardened - 142 

Excelsior ™ 

Four X Nickel - 14 2 

Hardware Grades 1 42 

Sterling. 140 

XXXX Nickel 142 

BAKELITE, Rod, Sheet. Tubing 52 

Ball or Bead Chain 13b 

Ball Type Flaring Tool, Parker - H 7 

Balls ^3 

Bar Rail Brackets — i3 2 

Bar Tin 139 

Bar Zinc 32 

Barrel Faucets - ]18 

Bearing Bronze - --143to 147 

Bearing Metal Chart I 41 

Bearing Metal, Phosphor Bronze 15,43 

Bench Grinder, Van Dorn - l68 

Belt Rivets & Burs, Copper (See Rivets) 

Benders, Tube, Parker Hand, Bench, and Production Types 117 

Bessemer Copper Coated Welding Rod — 160 

Binding Screws, Chicago Brass..... 65 

Blades, Hack Saw - I 65 

Blow Torch, Natural Gas Industrial 154, 155 

Blowpipe, National Orthodontic 154, 155 



BOLTS, CARRIAGE 

Bronze -- °° 

Stainless Steel - - - °* 

Bolts, Brass Stud - - °' 

Bolts, Steel Eye m 

BOLTS, MACHINE 

Brass - - g 

Bronze °° 

Silicon Bronze - - - °1 

Stainless Steel - - °2 

Bolts, Iron Stove.. - - ° 4 

Bolts, Paine Toggle - -•■ 68 

BOND GEARS 

Bevel \ll 

Mitre [/ J> 

Sprocket - 176 

Spur - - 172 to 174 

Worm - I 74 

Brake Band Rivets (See Rivets) 

BRASS 

Angles H 

Balls ----- 53 

Bolts - 66 »J; 

Brackets, Bar Rail - - I 32 

Cap Nuts ? 1 

Cap Screws ,. ■ - °2 

Chain - ...134,135,176 

Channel 1 1 

Clamp, Sherman Hose - • H9 

Cotter Pins .: - - I 33 

Door Guards — , — * 3 2 

Door Saddles 50 

Eight Hooks 135 

Engraver's Sheet , - ----- 20 

Escutcheon Pins. ?? 

BRASS FITTINGS 

Compression - °° 

Flared (S. A. E.) ™. 89 

Flexible Tube - 93 

Hi-Duty 91 '=2 

Hose - - - - - H9.120 

Iron Pipe Size - 90- 129 to 131 

Imperial - -- °7 

Parker ^ 

Railing - - - l ^ 

Refrigeration .—.... - - 97, 98 

Solder - 108 to 114 

Fixture Connectors.. - - - 11" 

Flanges, Floor - - 13 

Grab Bars - 13 2 

Hooks - 136 < 137 

Kick Plates - - ^0 

Machine Screws - - ----- — °0 

Machine Screw Nuts - — 70 

Machine Screw Washers - 74 

Moulding - - ----- - — ■ 

Nails ----- - 76 

Nipples - - ]30 

BRASS NUTS 

American Standard - - - ----- ^ 

Cap -- l\ 

Knurled - - '* 

S- A. E ...... - - --- -- 71 

Thumb - - 7S 

U. S, S.- - - ■ 7 Ji 

Wing I 3 

Pipe : - - --■- ^° 

Pipe Fittings— Standard - 90, 129 

Extra Heavy - - - - 129 

Platers' Metal 23 

Railing Fittings, Finished. — - I 31 

Ribbon -. — -- 22 

Rivets (See Rivets) 

Rod -9- 10. 11 

Rod Threaded - - - - - 67 

Screw Eyes -*- I 3 ? 



Phone OAKLAND— HI gate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



BRASS (Continued) 

BRASS SCREWS 

Cap - 62 

Chicago Binding 65 

Holder 64 

Knurled 64 

Machine - 60 

Set 65 

Thumb 65 

Wood 57 

BRASS SHEET 

Engraver's Quarter Hard 20 

Flat, Half Hard 19, 20 

Flat, Soft 21 

Flat, Spring 22 

Perforated 22 

Ribbon - 22 

Rolls, Soft 21 

Spelter Solder .. : 160 

Square Tubing...... 34 

Strainer Cloth 49 

Strip, Flat . 10 

Stud Bolts 67 

Threaded Rod 67 

Thresholds 50 

Thumb Nuts 73 

Thumb Screws 65 

Tinners' Rivets (See Rivets) 

Trap Screws 130 

Tubing, Seamless.. 33 

Tubing Clamps.. 118 

Unions, I. P. S. Ground Joint 130 

Washers 74, 75 

Waste and Overflows 132 

Weight Tables (Index)..- 200 

Welding Rod 160 

Wing Nuts 73 

Wire 44,46 

Wirecloth 49 

Braziers' Rivets (See Rivets) 

Brazing and Welding Flux 153, 158 

Brazing Compound 150 

BRONZE 

Balls 53 

Bolts 66,67 

Carriage 66 

Machine 66 

Silicon Machine.... 61 

Bushings, Bunting 143 to 147 

Hanger Bolts 67 

Kick Plates 50 

Lag Screws 67 

Nuts 72 

Moulding, Architectural.... 50 

Phosphor, Bearing Metal 15, 43 

Phosphor, Seamless Tubing 43 

BRONZE ROD 

Commercial 16 

Phosphor .- 15 

Silicon 14, 15 

Tobin 13, 14 

Screen Cloth 48 

BRONZE SHEET 

Commercial 28 

Phosphor 28 

Silicon 23 

Tubing, Phosphor... 43 

Turnbuckles 86 

Washers, Silicon 75 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Welding Rod, Manganese, Phosphor, Tobin 160 

Wire Cloth, Phosphor 49 

Brush Copper.... 27 

Brushes, Wire, Van Dorn Electric. 167 

Bunting Bronze Bushings 143 to 147 

Burs, Copper (See Rivets) 

Bus Bar, Copper . . 13 

Bushings, Bunting Bronze 143 to 147 

Button Head Rivets (See Rivets) 



— C — 

CAP SCREWS 

Brass 62 

Silicon Bronze 61 

Stainless Steel. 62 

Steel 63 

Carpet Hardware 50 

CARRIAGE BOLTS 

Bronze 66 

Stainless Steel _ 62 

Caulking Lead 138 

CHAIN 

Ball or Bead 135 

Jack, Single or Double 135 

Ladder 135 

Plumbers' 134 

Safety 134 

Sash 134 

Channel Brass 11 

Chart, Bearing Metal 141 

Chart, Welding & Cutting 153 

Check Valves 126 

Chicago Binding Screws, Brass 65 

Chromaloid Sheet Zinc 32 

Chrome Plated Sheet Copper 23 

Chrome Plated Sheet Steel 32 

Clamps, Brass Tubing 118 

Clamps, Hose 119 

Cloth, Brass Strainer 49 

CLOTH SCREEN 

Bronze 48 

Copper 48 

Galvanized 48 

Stainless Steel 48 

CLOTH, WIRE 

Brass 49 

Copper 49 

Monel 49 

Phosphor Bronze 49 

Stainless Steel 49 

Coach Screws (See Lag Screws) 

COCKS 

Air 121 

Compression 95 

Drain 94 

Gas Service 127 

S. A. E. Flared 95 

Shut off 95 

Steam 127 

COMMERCIAL BRONZE 

Rod 16 

Sheet 28 

Compound, Brazing, Soldering, Tinning 150 

Compression Fittings .88, 96 

Compton's Tinners' Snips 171 

Condenser Tubes, Admiralty 39 

Connectors, Brass Fixture... 118 

Coping Saws 165 

COPPER 

Automotive Tubing 37 

Brush (spring) 27 

Bus Bar 13 

Gutters 55 

Hammers 161 

In Rolls 27 

Ingot 140 

Nails 76 

Nuts 70 

Pipe 38,39 

Plumbers' Service Tubing 39 

Refrigeration Tubing 37 

Rivets (See Rivets) 

Rod 12 

Roofing Products 54 to 56 

Screen Cloth. 48 

Seamless Tubing 36, 37 



Phone OAKLAND-Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



COPPER (Continued) 
COPPER SHEET, FLAT 

Chromium Plated 23 

Cold Rolled 25 

Hot Rolled 26 

Lead Coated 23 

Polished 25 

Tinned 25 

Utility Strip 26 

Sheet, in Rolls 27 

Sheet Metal Terminals 162, 163 

Shim 27 

Soldering Lugs. 163 

Tacks, Flat and Oval Head 76 

Tinners' Rivets (See Rivets) 

Tube Turns..-. 114 

Tubing Seamless 36, 37 

Vent Pipe 54 

Vent Pipe Accessories 55 

Washers 75 

Water Tubing 39 

Water Tube Fittings 112, 113 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Welding Rod 

Deoxidized 160 

Phosphor 160 

Wire 45,46 

Wire Cloth 49 

Wire Nails 76 

Coppers, Soldering 161 

Coppers, Hexagon Electric Soldering 161 

Corporation Stops 128 

COTTER PINS 

Brass 133 

Stainless Steel 133 

Steel 133 

Couplings, Hose 119, 120 

Cup Hooks 136 

Cups, Brass Priming „ 94 

— D — 

Data Tables.... _ 200 

Door Saddles, Brass, Aluminum 50 

Down Spout Accessories 55 

Down Spouts, Copper _. 54 

Drain Cocks, Brass 94 

Drill Rod, Brass LIZLZZ11IL.ZI1Z.Z 9 

Drills, Morse Twist 169, 170 

Drills, Van Dora Electric 166, 167 

DURALUMIN 

Nails 76 

Plate 32 

Sheet 31 

Rivets (See Rivets) 

Rod 17 

Weight Tables (Index) . 200 

Wood Screws 53 

— E — 

Eight Hooks, Brass 135 

Elbows, Copper Vent or Leader 55 

Electric Drills, Van Dorn ...166, 167 

Electric Soldering Irons, Hexagon.. 161 

Engravers' Sheet Brass 20 

Escutcheon Pins, Brass, Steel 77 

Eureka Metal Mender.. 151 

Expansion Shells, Paine.. __ 69 

Extruded Door Saddles, Aluminum, Brass 50 

Eye Bolts, Steel 86 

Eye, Brass Screw... 137 

— F — 

Faucets, Barrel, Radiator Filling.... 118 

FIBRE, Rod, Sheet, Tubing 52 

Finishing Washers, Brass 75 

FITTINGS 

Aluminum, Flared 94 

Aluminum, I. P. S 130 

A rco 112, 113 

Automotive 87,88,96 



Brass, I. P. S., Standard 129 

Brass, I. P. S., Extra Heavy 129 

Imperial 87 

Parker 116, 1 17 

Railing, Brass, Stainless Steel 131 

Refrigeration 97, 98 

Solder 108 to 114 

Stainless Steel, I. P. S. ( Railing 131 

Fixture Connectors, Brass 1 18 

Flanges, Cast Brass, Tank and Floor 130 

FLARING TOOLS 

Imperial _ 106 

Parker 117 

Wells 104 

Flexible Tube Fittings 93 

Flexible Tubing... 92 

Floor Flanges, Cast Brass 130 

Flux, National Brazing and Welding 153 

— G — 

Galvanized Screen Cloth 48 

Galvanized Wire Cloth 48 

Gas Service Cocks 127 

Gas Vent Pipe & Fittings....... 54 

Gate Hooks.... 137 

Gate Valves 125 

GEARS, BOND 

Bevel 175 

Mitre 175 

Sprocket 176 

Spur _.;....172to 174 

Worm 174 

Globe Valves 123, 124 

Goggles, National Welding ....154, 155 

Grilles, Hendrick Perforated Metal 135 

Grinder, Aerial and Bench '. 168 

Grinding Wheels, Van Dorn Electric 167 

Ground Joint Unions, Brass 130 

Ground Joint Unions, Stainless Steel 131 

Gutter, Copper Accessories 56 

Gutters, Copper 55 

— H — 

Hack Saw Blades... 165 

Halide Leak Detector 115 

Hammer Type Flaring Tool, Parker.. 117 

Hammers, Copper _ 161 

Hand Type Tube Bender, Parker 117 

Hanger Bolts, or Screws, Bronze 67 

Hanger, Copper Gutter. 56 

Hendrick Perforated Metal Grille 135 

Hexagon Electric Soldering Irons..... 161 

High Brass Sheet. ....19 to 23 

Hole Saw, Van Dorn Electric . 166 

Holder Screws, Brass 64 

Holtite Thread Forming Screws 58 

HOOKS, Brass 

Eight 135 

Gate 137 

Screw and Cup... 136 

Hose Fittings ....119, 120 

Hose, Welding 158 

— I — 

I. D, Seamless Copper Tubing 36 

I. P. S. FITTINGS 

Aluminum 130 

Brass, Standard.. 90, 129, 130 

Brass, Extra Heavy. 129, 130 

Stainless Steel 130, 131 

Imperial Fittings 87 

Ingot Copper 140 

Insect Screen Cloth ._ 48 

Iron, Cast Welding Rod 160 

Iron Stove Bolts... 64 

Iron, Wood Screws.... 57 

Irons, Hexagon Electric Soldering 161 

Irons, Soldering 161 



Phone OAKLAND— H (gate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



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— N — 



Jack Chain, Brass.. 



— K — 

KESTER SOLDER: Acid, Paste, and Resin Core Radio Solder, 

Metal Mender 149 

Kick Plates, Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Stainless Steel 50 

Knurled Brass Nuts 73 

Knurled Brass Screws .. 64 

— L — 

Ladder Chain, Brass 1 35 

Lag Screws, Bronze 67 

Stainless Steele.... 62 

Laminum Shim Brass 24 

LEAD 

Anchors, Paine's 69 

Caulking „. 138 

Pipe 139 

Rod 139 

Sheet 138 

Tubing 139 

Washers 138 

Wool 140 

Lead Coated Sheet Copper. 23 

Leader Pipe & Accessories, Copper. 54, 55 

Leak Detector, Halide.. 115 

Lighters, National Torch... 153 

Linoleum Hardware 50 

LOCK WASHERS 

Silicon Bronze 75 

Stainless Steel ._ 74 

Steel 75 

Lugs, Copper Soldering _ _ 163 

— M — 

MACHINE BOLTS 

Brass 66 

Bronze 66 

Silicon Bronze 61 

Stainless Steel _ 62 

MACHINE SCREWS 

Brass 60 

Duralumin 61 

Silicon Bronze ......„- 61 

Stainless Steel 59 

Steel, Iron 60 

MACHINE SCREW NUTS 

Brass ... 70 

Silicon Bronze 71 

Stainless Steel 74 

Steel 70 

MACHINE SCREW WASHERS 

Brass 74 

Silicon Bronze 75 

Stainless Steel 74 

MALIN'S 

Music Wire - 47 

Spool Wire 46 

Manganese Bronze Welding Rod __. 160 

Manifolds — Refrigeration 98, 99 

Metal Mender, Eureka 151 

Metal Polish, Perfect Shine 151 

Stainless Steel 151 

Metal Screws, Holtite... 58 

Mefalbestos Vent Pipe and Fittings 54 

Monel Metal Balls 53 

Monel Metal Wire Cloth 49 

Morse Twist Drills. -..169, 170 

MOULDING 

Aluminum 11 

Brass 11 

Bronze, Himco 50 

Stainless Steel, Himco 50 

Music Wire, Malin's 47 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



135 NAILS 

Brass 76 

Copper 76 

Duralumin 76 

Stainless Steel 77 

NATIONAL Brazing and Welding Outfits and Accessories.. 153 to 157 

NICKEL SILVER 

Polished Sheet 27 

Rod 15 

Sheet 27 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Wire 44 

Nickel Steel Welding Rod 160 

Nickeloid Sheet Zinc 32 

NIPPLES Iron Pipe Size 

Brass 130 

Stainless Steel 130 

Nokorode Soldering Paste and Salts 151 

Nosings, Stair.. 50 

NOZZLES 

Air 118 

Hose 119,120 

National Welding 156 

NUTS 

Brass 70,71 

Bronze 72 

Cap 71 

Copper 70 

Knurled Brass 73 

Silicon Bronze.. 71 

Stainless Steel 74 

Steel , 70,72,73 

Wing 73 

— O — 

Oxweld Welding Hose 158 



P — 



PAINE'S 

Expansion Shells 69 

Lead Anchors 69 

Toggle Bolts 68 

PAL- WELD 

Aluminum Flux 150 

Brazing Compound 150 

Cast Iron Welding Flux 150 

Hard Solder 150 

Soldering Compound 150 

Soldering Salts 150 

Tinning Compound 150 

PARKER 

Fittings 116 

Flaring Tools 117 

Tube Benders 117 

Paste, Nokorode 151 

Perfec Shine Metal Polish 151 

Perforated Sheet Metal 22 

Perforated Metal Grilles 135 

PHOSPHOR BRONZE 

Bearing Metal 15, 43 

Bushings 143 to 147 

Rod 15 

Seamless Tubing 43 

Sheet 28 

Weight Tables (Index) * 200 

Welding Rod 160 

Wire 44,46 

Wire Cloth 49 

Pig, Tin 139 

PINS 

Brass Cotter 133 

Brass Escutcheon 77 

Stainless Steel Cotter 133 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



PINS (Continued) 

Stainless Steel Taper..... 59 

Steel Cotter 133 

Steel Escutcheon 77 

PIPE 

Aluminum , 39 

Brass 38 

Copper _ .......38, 39 

Dimension Table 226 

Lead 139 

Red Brass 38 

Stainless Steel 43 

Tin .. 139 

Vent 54 

PLATE 

Aluminum 30 

Duralumin 32 

Zinc 32 

Platers' Metal 23 

Plates, Kick or Push 50 

Plumbers' Chain 134 

Plumbers' Prest-O-Lite Outfit ] 15 

POLISH 

Perfec Shine Metal 151 

Stainless Steel 151 

POLISHED SHEET 

Chromaloid Zinc 32 

Chrome Plated Steel 32 

Chromium Plated Copper 23 

Copper 25 

Nickel Silver..... 27 

Nickeloid Zinc 32 

Stainless Steel 29 

Prest-O-Lite Plumbers' Outfit 115 

Priming Cups, Brass 94 

Purox Welding Fluxes 158 

Purox Welding Hose 158 

Purox Welding & Cutting Outfits...... 158, 159 



— R — 



Radiator Filler Faucet 118 

RAILING FITTINGS 

Bar Rail 132 

Brass 1 31 

Stainless Steel 131 

Red Brass Pipe _ 38 

Refrigeration Fittings, Brass 97 ( 98 

Refrigeration Tubing 

Copper, Plain and Tinned _ 37 

Refrigeration Valves g8 to 101 

Ribbon Brass..... 22 

Riveter, National Handy..... 84 

RIVETS 

Alu- 
Material: minum Brass Copper 

Type 



Dural- Iron& Stainless 
umin Steel Steel 



Belt 






79 








Brake Band 


... 83 




80-83 








Braziers' 






80 


82 






Button Head 








82 






Clutch Face 




83 










Cone Head. 




78 


80 








Countersunk Head 




78 


80 


82 




Rl 


Flat Head. 


... 82 




80 


82 




B1 


Oval Head 






80 






81 


Round Head 


... 82 


78 


78 


82 




81 


Split 




84 






85 




Tinners' 




78 


80 




85 


81 


Truss Head 












Rl 


Tubular 


... 84 


83 






85 





RODS 

Aluminum „ 16 

Bakelite 52 

Brass 9, 10, 1 1 

Brass, Threaded 67 

Commercial Bronze 16 

Copper 12 

Drill, Brass 9 

Duralumin _ 17 



Fibre 52 

Lead 139 

Nickel Silver .. 15 

Phosphor Bronze 15 

Silicon Bronze. 14, 15 

Stainless Steel. 18 

Tobin Bronze 13, ]4 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Welding 160 

ROLLED SHEET 

Aluminum 31 

Brass 21,23 

Copper 27 

ROOFING PRODUCTS, COPPER 

Caps, End Pieces, Outlets _ 56 

Elbows and Shoes 55 

Gutter Hangers 56 

Gutters 55 

Leaders 54 

Mitres 55 

Strainers 56 

ROPE, TILLER 

Phosphor Bronze _, 47 

Stainless Steel _ 47 

— S — 

Saddles, Brass and Aluminum Door 50 

S. A. E. FLARED FITTINGS 

Aluminum 94 

Brass 89 

Safety Chain 134 

Sal-Ammoniac, Sal Brick 152 

Salts, Soldering 150 to 152 

Sander, Flex Disc, Van Dorn Electric 168 

Sash Chain 134 

Saw Blades, Hack 165 

Saw Frames, Coping 165 

Saws, Hole, Van Dorn Electric 166 

Screen Cloth 48 

Screw Eyes, Brass 137 

Screw Hooks, Brass 136 

SCREWS 

Cap .......61 to 63 

Hanger, Bronze 67 

Lag 62 

Machine 59 to 61 

Set 62,65 

Thread Forming, Holtite 58 

Thumb, Brass 65 

Trap 130 

Wood 57 to 59 

SEAMLESS TUBING 

Aluminum 40 

Brass 33,34 

Copper 36,37 

Lead 139 

Phosphor Bronze 43 

Stainless Steel 43 

Steel ; 40 to 42 

Tin 139 

Service Cocks, Standard Gas .' 127 

Shears, Compton's Tinners' 171 

SHEET 

Aluminum 30, 31 

Bakelite 52 

Brass 19 to 22 

Commercial Bronze _ 28 

Copper 23 

Duralumin 31 

Fibre 52 

Lead 138 

Nickel Silver t 27 

Phosphor Bronze 28 

Silicon Bronze ; 23 

Stainless Steel... _ _ 29 

Steel, Chromium Plated _ 32 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Zinc 32 

Sherman Brass Hose Fittings 119,120 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



— S — (Continued) 

SHIM 

Brass 23 

Copper .. 23 

Laminated Brass..... 24 

Steel 23 

SILICON BRONZE 

Bolts, Machine 61 

Cap Screws „ „ 61 

Nuts . 71 

Rod ........14, 15 

Screws, Machine 61 

Wood ,.„.... 57 

Sheet 23 

Washers, Cut „„ 75 

Washers, Lock.. 75 

Wire 45 

Silver Solder . 152 

Simplex Vises, Steel Slide..... 164, 165 

Snips, Compton's Tinner's 171 

SOLDER 

Acid Core 148, 149 

Allegheny Metal 148 

Aluminum 148 

Auto Body 148 

SOLDER— BAR 

50- 50 148 

80-100 148 

90-100 148 

Brass Spelter 160 

Drop 148 

Extra Wiping 148 

Federated 148 

Fine Wiping 148 

Kester 149 

Hard, Pal Weld 150 

Neat Pack, Wire 148 

Pal Weld 150 

Paste Core.. 149 

Resin Core..... 148, 149 

Silver _. 152 

Star _ 148 

Tinker 148 

Triangular Strip... : 148 

Wire 148, 149 

Solder Fittings 108 to 1 14 

Soldering Compound 150 

Soldering Coppers „ 161 

Soldering Lugs, Electric...- 163 

Soldering Paste 151 

Soldering Salts. ] 50 to 152 

Spelter Solder, Brass ] 60 

Spinning Brass in Rolls 21 

Spinning Copper in Rolls 27 

Spool Wire, Malin's 46 

Spring Brass Sheet _ 22 

Spring and Brush Copper 27 

SPRING COTTERS 

Brass _ 133 

Stainless Steel 133 

Steel 133 

Sprocket Chain, Brass, Steel __ 176 

STAINLESS STEEL 

Angles ..*_.. 18 

Architectural Tubing..... __ 43 

Balls 53 

Bolts, Machine, Carriage... 62 

Cotter Pins 133 

Fittings, I. P. S. ( Railing 130, 131 

Kick Plates 50 

Moulding, Himco Snap-on 50 

Nails _ __ 77 

Nuts 74 

Perforated Metal Grilles - 135 

Pipe, I. P. S 43 

Polishing Powder _ 151 

Railing Fittings 131 

Rivets (See Rivets) 



STAINLESS STEEL RODS 

Cold Drawn 18 

Ground Finish 18 

Rectangular 18 

Welding 160 

Screen Cloth 48 

STAINLESS STEEL SCREWS 

Cap 62 

Lag _ 62 

Machine 59 

Set 62 

Wood 59 

STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS 

Bright Finish 29 

Polished 29 

Solder 148 

Soldering Flux 152 

Taper Pins 59 

STAINLESS STEEL TUBING 

Architectural 43 

Pickled Finish 43 

Polished I. D 43 

Valves 122 

Washers 74 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Welding Rod 160 

Wire, Spring, Fish Leader, Trolling 47 

Wire Cloth 49 

Stair Nosing 50 

Stair Plates, Diamond... 50 

STEEL 

Ball, Chrome 53 

Cap Screws 63 

Eye Bolts 86 

Hooks 136, 137 

Machine Screws 60 

Music Wire 47 

Nuts 70,72,73 

Pins, Cotter 133 

Pins, Escutcheon.... 77 

Screw Eyes 137 

Seamless Tubing. 40 to 42 

Sheet, Chrome Plated 32 

Shim 23 

Turnbuckles 86 

Washers Molybdenum... 75 

Welding Rod and Wire 160 

Wing Nuts 73 

Wire, Music 47 

Wood Screws 57 

Sterling Anti-Friction Metal 140 

Stops, Corporation 128 

Stops, Ground Key Water 127 

Stops, "Tioga" Compression 127 

Stove Bolts, Iron 64 

Strainer Cloth 49 

Strainers, Copper Leader 56 

STRIP 

Brass, Flat. 10 

Brass, Ribbon... 22 

Copper 26 

Silver 152 

Tin 139 

Stud Bolts, Brass 67 

Sweat Fittings 112, 113 

— T — 

Tables, Miscellaneous 200 

Tacks, Copper 76 

Tank Flanges, Cast Brass 130 

Tanks, Prest-O-Lite Gas 115 

Taper Pins, Stainless Steel 59 

Tee, Copper Vent 55 

Terminals, Copper Sheet Metal 162, 163 

THIN SHEET 

Brass 23, 24 

Copper 27 

Steel 23 



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— T — (Continued) 

Thumb Screws, Brass 65 

Thumb Nuts, Brass 73 

Tie Wires, Copper 45 

TILLER ROPE 

Phosphor Bronze.... 47 

Stainless Steel 47 

TIN -Bar, Pig, Pipe, Strip, and Tubing 139 

TINNED COPPER 

Sheet 25 

Tubing 37 

Tinners' Rivets {See Rivets) 

Tinners' Snips, Compton's 171 

Tinning Stick, Tinol 152 

Tips, National Cutting. 157 

TOBIN BRONZE 

Rod 13, 14 

Welding Rod f 160 

Toggle Bolts, Paine 68 

Torch, Blow— Natural Gas Industrial 154 

Torch Lighters, National 153 

Torches, Welding and Cutting 154 

Trap Screws 130 

Trunk Rivets (See Rivets) 

Tube Turns 114 

TUBING 

Admiralty Condenser 39 

Aluminum 40 

Automotive, Brass 34 

Copper 37 

Bakelite . 52 

Brass, Seamless 33, 34 

Condenser, Admiralty 39 

Copper, Seamless _ .36, 37 

Fibre 52 

Lead 139 

Phosphor Bronze 43 

Refrigerator 37 

Steel, Seamless... 40 to 42 

Steel, Stainless 43 

Tin . 139 

Water 39 

Weight Tables (Index) 200 

Tubing Clamps, Brass 118 

TURNBUCKLES 

Bronze .__ 86 

Steel _ 86 

Twist Drills, Morse 169, 170 

— U — 

UNIONS 

Brass, Ground Joint 130 

Stainless Steel _ 131 

Utility Strip Copper. 26 



— V- 



VALVES 

Angle 123, 124 

Check 126 

Gas ... 127 

Gasoline 95 

Gate 125 

Globe 123, 124 

Needle 95, 122 

Ohio Brass 122 to 126 

Refrigeration 98 to 101 

Stainless Steel 122 

Vanadium Steel Welding Rod 160 

VAN DORN ELECTRIC TOOLS 166 to 168 

Aerial Grinder 168 

Bench Grinder 168 

Drills, Electric 166, 167 

Grinding Wheels 167 

Sander, Flex Disc 168 

Wire Brushes . 167 



VENT PIPE 

A-Tops 55 

Copper 54 

Elbows 55 

Tees 55 

Vises, Simplex Steel ..164, 165 

— W — 

WASHERS 

Brass 74 

Brass Finishing 75 

Copper 75 

Lead 138 

Silicon Bronze. 75 

Stainless Steel 74 

Steel, Molybdenum 75 

Waste & Overflows, Brass 132 

Water Tubing, Copper..... __ 39 

Water Tube Fittings.... 112, 113 

Weight Tables (Information Section) 200 

WELDING 

Hose, Oxweld, Purox 158 

Nozzles, National...... 156 

Outfits, National 154, 155 

Outfits, Purox 158, 159 

WELDING ROD 

Bessemer Copper Coated 160 

Brass Spelter Wire, Soft 160 

Cast Aluminum 160 

Cast Iron 160 

Deoxidized Copper 160 

Drawn Aluminum.. 160 

Drawn Brass 160 

Manganese Bronze 160 

Nickel Steel 160 

Phosphor Bronze.... _. 160 

Phosphor Copper _ 160 

Silicon Bronze __ _. 160 

Stainless Steel „. 160 

Steel Welding Wire 160 

Tobin Bronze 160 

Vanadium Steel 160 

Welding & Brazing Fluxes 153 

Wing Nuts, Brass, Steel 73 

WIRE 

Aluminum _ 44, 46 

Brass 44, 45 

Brush _ 167 

.Copper 45,46 

Cloth 49 

Malin's Music 47 

Malin's Spool _ _. 46 

Nails, Copper 76 

Nails, Stainless Steel 77 

Nickel Silver...... 44, 46 

Phosphor Bronze 44,46 

Silicon Bronze.... 45 

Spray — for Metallizing Gun 47 

WIRE, STAINLESS STEEL 

Fish Leader 47 

Spring Temper 47 

Trolling Wire 47 

WOOD SCREWS 

Brass 57 

Duralumin 58 

Iron 57 

Silicon Bronze..... 57 

Stainless Steel .... 59 

Wool, Lead 14Q 

— Z — 

ZINC 

Bars 32 

Plates 32 

ZINC SHEETS 

Chromaloid _ 32 

Nickeloid 32 

Plain 32 



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Allegheny 
METAL 

I CONTROLS CORROSION \ 



Allegheny Stainless Steels 



Allegheny corrosion resistant and heat resistant Stainless Steels are produced in form of sheet, plate, rod, wire, tubing, and pipe, as well 
as fabrication accessories such as bolts, nuts, rivets, wood screws, machine screws, cap screws, etc. These steels are produced in a variety of 
chemical compositions to best serve a particular purpose such as high corrosion resistance to acids, salts, or organic substances; permanent 
high polished surface; and high tensil strength and resistance to oxidation, even at high temperatures. 

ALLEGHENY METAL— 18% Chromium-8% Nickel Stainless Steel, combines maximum resistance to corrosion with ease of fabrication, 
strength, and permanent beauty of surface. It is a pioneer in the stainless field, being particularly well adapted for such purposes as hotel 
and restaurant equipment, machinery and containers handling milk and milk products, food cookers and preparation machinery, tap room and 
soda fountain equipment, chemical processing machinery, hospital and clinic equipment, and ornamental and corrosion resistant uses in build- 
ing construction. 

We carry a complete stock of ALLEGHENY METAL in various forms detailed elsewhere in this catalogue as indicated by the following 
index. Please consult us on special sizes not listed, or special technical requirements that can be handled by Allegheny Stainless Steels of 
other composition or special temper specifications on mill production. 



Paffe 

Angle 18 

Pipe...... 43 

Rod 18 

Sheet 29 

Tubing 43 

Welding Rod 160 

Wire 47 



Paffe 

Architectural Moulding 50 

Architectural Tubing 43 

Fittings— IPS... 131 

Fittings — Railing 131 

Perforated Metal Grille 135 

Screen Cloth 48 

Tiller Rope 47 

Wire Cloth 49 



Page 

Balls.. 53 

Bolts 62 

Cotter Pins -133 

Nails 77 

Nuts 74 

Rivets 81 

Screws 59, 62 

Taper Pins 59 

Washers - 74 



For Welding and Fabricating Technique see pages 227 to 231. 

For Chemical Composition and Physical Properties see pages 232 and 233. 

ALLEGHENY 22 — A stainless steel of higher chrome-nickel content, affording increased resistance to chemical corrosion and heat, combined 

with ease of fabrication. 
ALLEGHENY 44 — Still higher in chrome-nickel content, stainless steel of great strength and workability . . . resists oxidation up to 2000 °F. 

ALLEGHENY 46 — 4% to 6% chromium steel. Strong at elevated temperatures. Easy to fabricate. Oxidation resistant up to 1200°F., also corro- 
sion resistant. Can be supplied in modified analysis. 

ALLEGHENY 33 — 12% to 14% chromium stainless steel, amenable to heat treatment, possessing high impact values and resistance to abrasion. 
Resists oxidation up to 1500° F. Can also be offered as a modified non-hardening type. 

ALLEGHENY 66—16% to 18% chromium stainless steel, similar in nature to ALLEGHENY 33, but more highly corrosion and heat resistant. 
Offered in a modified, non-hardening type. 

ALLEGHENY 55 — 23% to 30% chromium stainless steel, resisting oxidation up to 2150°F. Excellent for installations not involving difficult 
fabrication. 
ALLEGHENY STAINLESS STEELS cover a wide range of chemical composition, within which may be found a stainless steel for almost every 

purpose. These steels may be divided into three groups, the members of each group having similar characteristics, 

GROUP No. 1 — THE AUSTENITIC STEELS, composed chiefly of chromium, nickel, iron and manganese. These steels are non-magnetic and 
cannot be hardened by heat treatment. In the annealed condition they are relatively stiff, but extremely ductile. All of these steels harden exces- 
sively when worked either hot or cold. ALLEGHENY METAL, A, B and C, MO, TI, Free Machining quality, and ALLEGHENY 2520, ALLEGHENY 
22 and ALLEGHENY 44 belong to this group. 

GROUP NO. 2— THE MARTENSITIC STEELS composed mainly of chromium, iron, and carbon. These steels are magnetic and can be hard- 
ened and tempered by heat treatment in the same manner as ordinary carbon steels, except that these steels air harden intensely when cooled 
in air. ALLEGHENY 33, 46 and 66 belong to this group. 

GROUP NO. 3— THE FERRITIC STEELS. These steels contain chromium in excess of 18%, are non-hardening, and therefore cannot be heal 
treated. When properly annealed they are relatively strong and quite ductile. ALLEGHENY 67 and ALLEGHENY 55 belong to this group. 

Our mill expert will be glad to help you or your engineers with any problem in Stainless Steel. 
Just ask for our Allegheny technical Engineer. 



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ROUND BRASS RODS 










Free Cutting— Random Lengths— About 12 Feet 








Diam. 
Inch 


wgrht 

Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht Per 
12Pt.Dgrth. 


Diam. 
Inch 


wgrht 

tin. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
12Ft.Dg*th. 


Diam. 
Inch 


wg-ht 

Din. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
12Ft.Dgrth. 


%2 
'* 
%2 

%2 


.0254 


.3048 


% 


1.132 


13.58 


I U /l6 


8.250 


99.00 


.0452 


.5424 


Hie 


1.369 


16.42 


1 % 


8.873 


106.47 


.0706 


.8472 


% 


1.630 


19.56 


mis 


9.518 


114.22 


.1019 


1.222 


X %6 


1.913 


22,95 


i % 


10.19 


122.28 


.1385 


1.662 


% 


2.218 


26.61 


2 


11.59 


139.08 


%2 

% 


.1811 


2.173 


ir /lG 


2.546 


30.55 


2% 


13.08 


156.96 


.2290 


2.748 


1 


2.897 


34.76 


2 1 /* 


14.67 


176.04 


.2829 

.3420 


3.394 
4.104 


1 VlG 

1 Vs 


3.271 
3.667 


39.25 

44.00 


2% 

2% 


16.34 
18.11 


196.08 

217.32 


.4074 


4.888 


1%G 


4.086 


49.03 


2% 


19.96 


239.52 


-*%2 

7 /l6 

% 
17 /32 


.4776 


5.731 


1 % 


4.527 


54.32 


2% 


21.91 


262.92 


.5546 


6.655 


1 5 /l6 


4.991 


59.89 


3 


26.08 


312.96 


.6359 


7.631 


1 % 


5.478 


65.74 


3% 


30.60 


367.20 


.7243 


8.691 


1 7 /lG 


5.987 


71.84 


3 % 


35.49 


425.88 


.8167 


9.800 


1 % 


6.519 


78.23 


4 


46.00 


552.00 


%6 
*%2 


.9167 


11.00 


i%e 


7.073 


84.87 


4V 2 


58.68 


704.16 


1,020 


12.24 


1% 


7.651 


91.81 


5 


72.44 


869.28 



BRASS DRILL RODS 

Free Cutting — Lengths 3 Feet 



Gangre 


Decimal 


Weigrht 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


1 


.228 


.150 


2 


.221 


.139 


3 


.213 


.130 


4 


.209 


.124 


5 


.205 


.121 


6 


.204 


.117 


7 


.201 


.115 


8 


.199 


.113 


9 


.196 


.109 


10 


.193 


.106 


11 


.191 


.102 


12 


.189 


.099 


13 


.185 


.096 


14 


.182 


.094 


15 


.180 


.092 


16 


.177 


.089 


17 


.173 


.086 


18 


.169 


.082 



Gaugre 


Decimal 


Weigrht 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


19 


.166 


.078 


20 


.161 


.075 


21 


.159 


.072 


22 


.157 


.070 


23 


.154 


.068 


24 


.152 


.066 


25 


.149 


.064 


26 


.147 


.062 


27 


.144 


.059 


28 


.140 


.056 


29 


.136 


.052 


30 


.128 


.047 


31 


.120 


.042 


32 


.116 


.038 


33 


.113 


.036 


34 


.111 


.035 


35 


.110 


.034 


36 


.106 


.033 



Gaugre 


Decimal 


Weight 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


37 


.104 


.031 


38 


.101 


.030 


39 


.099 


.028 


40 


.098 


.027 


41 


.096 


.026 


42 


.093 


.025 


43 


.089 


.023 


44 


.086 


.021 


45 


.082 


.019 


46 


.081 


.018 


47 


.078 


.017 


48 


.076 


.016 


49 


.073 


.015 


50 


.070 


.014 


51 


.067 


..013 


52 


.063 


.012 



HEXAGON BRASS RODS 



Diam. 


Wg-ht 


wgrht i 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


12Ft.Dgr 


$6 


.1123 


1.348 


%2 


.1552 


18.62 


% 


.1997 


2.396 


5 /lG 


.3120 


3.744 


% 


.4493 


5.392 


%G 


.6115 


7.338 


y 2 


.7987 


9.584 


%« 


1.011 


12.13 


% 


1.248 


14.97 


Hie 


1.510 


18.12 


: *i 


1.797 


21.56 




Free Cutting— Lengths about 1 2 Feet 



Diam. 
Inch 

% 

1 

1 VlG 

1 % 

1 %6 

1 ¥4 

1 5 /lG 

1 % 



°/8 
7 /l6 



Wg*ht 
Din. Ft. 

2.109 
2.446 
2.808 
3.195 
3.607 

4.043 
4.505 
4.992 
5.503 
6.040 

6.602 



Wgrht Per 
12Ft.Dgrth. 

25.31 
29.35 

33.69 
38.34 
43.28 

48.51 
54.06 
59.90 
66.03 
72.48 

79.22 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wg*ht 
Din. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
12Ft.Dgrth. 


1% 
1% 
1% 


7.188 

8.436 
9.784 
11.23 


86.26 
101.23 
117.40 
134.76 


2 

2% 
2% 


12.78 
14.43 
16.17 

19.97 


153.36 
173.16 
194.04 
239.64 


3 
3% 


28.75 
39.15 


345.00 
469.80 



51.10 



613.2C 



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Size 
Inch 


Wg*ht 
Lin. Ft. 


Wg-ht Per 
12Ft.Lg*th. 


%2 


.0576 

.0900 
.1297 
.2306 


.6912 
1.080 
1.556 
2.767 


5 /l6 

% 

%6 


.3602 
.5188 
.7061 


4.322 

6.226 
8.473 



Square Brass Rods 




Free Cutting — Lengths about 1 2 Feet 



Size 
Inch 


Wg*ht 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht Per 

12 Ft. Lgrth. 


% 
78 


.9222 
1.441 
2.075 
2.824 


11.066 
17.292 
24.90 
33.88 


1 
«4 


3.689 
4.669 
5.764 


44.26 
56.02 

69.16 



Rectangular Brass Rods 



Random Lengths — About 12 Feet 



Size 

Inch 


wgrht 

Lin. Pt. 


Wg-ht Per 
12 Pt. Lgrth. 


1% 
1% 

1% 
1% 


6.974 
8.300 
9.741 
11.30 


83.68 

99.60 
116.89 
135.60 


2 

2 '4 
2\U 


14.76 
18.67 

23.05 


177.12 
224.04 
276.60 



Size 


wg-ht 


Wgrht Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lgrth 


Hex %e 


.0433 


.519 


y 4 


.0576 


.691 


% 


.0866 


1.039 


V2 


.1153 


1.383 


% 


.1441 


1.729 


% 


.1720 


2.064 


7 /s 


.2017 


2.420 


1 


.2306 


2.767 


1% 


.2594 


3.112 


B4 


.2882 


3.458 


1% 


.3458 


4.149 


1% 


.4035 


4.842 


2 


.4611 


5.533 


2y 2 


.5764 


6.916 


3 


.6917 


8.300 


%2X % 


.0866 


1.039 


to 


.108 


1.296 


% 


.1297 


1.556 


y 2 


.1729 


2.074 


% 


.2161 


2.593 


% 


.2594 


3.112 


78 


.3026 


3.631 


1 


.3458 


4.149 


1% 


.3891 


4.669 


1% 


.4323 


5.187 


1% 


.5187 


6.224 


1% 


.6057 


7.268 


2 


.6917 


8.300 


2V 2 


.8646 


10.375 


3 


1.0375 


12.450 


Vbx % 


.1153 


1.383 


% 


.1729 


2.074 


% 


.2306 


2.767 


% 


.2882 


3.458 


% 


.3458 


4,149 


7 /8 


.4035 


4.842 


i 


.4611 


5.533 


i% 


.5187 


6.224 


i% 


.5763 


6.916 


i% 


.6917 


. 8.300 


i% 


.8069 


9.682 


2 


.9222 


11.066 


2% 


1.155 


13.860 


3 


1.383 


16.60 



Size 


Wg-ht 


Wg-ht Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgrth 


%ex y 4 


.1729 


2.074 


% 


.2594 


3.112 


% 


.3458 


4.149 


% 


.4323 


5.187 


% 


.5188 


6.225 


~% 


.6057 


7.268 


1 


.6917 


8.300 


m 


.7790 


9.348 


m 


.8646 


10.375 


1% 


1.0375 


12.450 


i% 


1.2104 


14.525 


2 


1.3833 


16.59 


2V 2 


1.7292 


20.75 


3 


2.0750 


24.90 


% x % 


.3458 


4.149 


% 


.4611 


5.533 


^ % 


.5764 


6.916 


% 


.6917 


8.308 


% 


.8069 


9.682 


1 


.9222 


11.06 


1% 


1.0375 


12.45 


m 


1.1528 


13.83 


V/2 


1.3833 


16.59 


i% 


1.6139 


19.37 


2 


1.8444 


22.13 


2% 


2.3056 


27.67 


3 


2.7666 


33.19 


%6X % 


.4323 


5.187 


% 


.5764 


6.916 


% 


.7205 


8.646 


% 


.8647 


10.37 


7 /8 


1.0087 


12.10 


rM 


1.1528 


13.83 


m 


1.2968 


15.56 


1% 


1.4409 


17.29 


iy 2 


1.7291 


20.74 


i% 


2.0173 


24.20 


2 


2.3055 


27.66 


m 


2.8818 


34.58 


3 


3.4582 


41.49 



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Size 


Wg*ht 


Wg-kt Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgrth 


% x y 2 


.6917 


8.30 


% 


.8646 


10.37 


% 


1.0375 


12.45 


% 


1.2104 


14,52 


i 


1.3833 


16.59 


m 


1.5563 


18.67 


v& 


1.7291 


20.74 


m 


2.075 


24.90 


i% 


2.4208 


29.04 


2 


2.7666 


33.19 


2y 2 


3.4582 


41.49 


3 


4.1500 


49.80 


li x % 


1.153 


13.83 


% 


1.3833 


16.59 


% 


1.6139 


19.36 


1 


1.8444 


22.13 


iy 8 


2.0750 


24.90 


m 


2.3055 


27.66 


iu 


2.7666 


33.19 


i% 


3.2278 


38.73 


2 


3.6888 


44.26 


2V 2 


4.6110 


55.33 


3 


5.5332 


66.39 


% x % 


1.7290 


20.74 


% 


2.0173 


24.20 


1 


2.3055 


27.66 


iy 8 


2.5937 


31.12 


i% 


2.8819 


34.58 


1% 


3.4582 


41.49 


i% 


4.0347 


48.41 


2 


4.6110 


55.33 


2y 2 


5.7638 


69.17 


3 


6.9166 


82.99 


% x % 


2.4208 


29.04 


1 


2.7666 


33.19 


1% 


3.1124 


37.34 


1% 


3.4583 


41.49 


iy 2 


4.1499 


49.79 


• i% 


4.8416 


58.09 


2 


5.5332 


66.39 


2y 2 


6.9166 


82.99 


3 


8.2998 


99.59 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



11 



Half Round Brass Rods 



Random Lengths about 12 Feet 



Inches 




Wgrht 


wg-ht 


Inches 




wgrht 


Wgfht 


Inches 




wgrht 


wgrht 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Per 12 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Fer 12 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Per 12 


Flat 


Thick 


Foot 


Feet 


Flat 


Thici 


Foot 


Feet 


Flat 


Thick 


Foot 


Feet 


%6 


%3 


.050 


.600 


7 /l(J 


%2 


.277 


3.32 


% 


7 /l6 


1.10 


13.20 


V* 


% 


.090 


1.08 


% 


y 4 


.362 


4.34 


1 


V 2 


1.44 


17.28 


5 /l6 


%2 


.141 


1.69 


% 


%6 


.566 


6.79 


1% 


% 


2.26 


27.12 


% 


%G 


.203 


2.43 


% 


% 


.815 


9.78 


2 


1 


3.25 
5.80 


39.00 

69.60 



Half Oval Brass Rods 







wgrht 


wgrht 


4^B 


— -r - .--— 


rT-7-^^f--^:- 


H^. 


Inches 




Wgrht 


Wgrht 


Inches 


Inches 




wgrht 


wgrnt 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Per 12 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Per 12 


Across 


Inch 


Lineal 


Peril 


Flat 


Thick 


Foot 


Feet 


Flat 


Thick 


Foot 


Feet 


Flat 


Thick 


Foot 


Feet 


% 


%2 


.100 


1.20 


% 


•Tin 


.3776 


4.53 


1 


% 


.661 


7.94 


H 


% 


.161 


1.93 


% 


% 


.505 


6.06 


m 


%« 


1.00 


12.00 


% 


%2 


.259 


3.11 


7 s 


%3 


.549 


6.58 


i% 


% 


1.50 


18.00 


% 


%6 


.3177 


3.81 


% 


y* 


.5840 


7.01 











Brass Angles — Drawn 




Lengths about 12 Feet 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Two Sides Equal Dimensions 



Thickness 


Side 


wgrht. 


Wgrht. Per 


Thickness 


Side 


wgrht. 


Wgrht. Per 


Thickness 


Side 


wgrht. 


Wgrht. Per 


or G-augre 


Inch 


Lin. Ft, 


12 Ft. Lgf. 


or G-augre 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lgf. 


or G-augre 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lgr. 


% 


%x % 


.634 


7.61 


14 


1 xl 


.457 


5.48 


18 


%x % 


.215 


2.58 


% 


1 xl 


.865 


10.38 


14 


l^xUi 


.574 


6.89 


18 


7 /8X % 


.253 


3.04 


Vs 


iy4xi% 


1.095 


13,14 


14 


2 x2 


.931 


11.17 


18 


1 xl 


.288 


3.46 


% 


l%xl% 


1.326 


15.91 


18 


%X % 


.068 


.82 


18 


«fcd% 


.365 


4.38 


% 


2 x2 


1.787 


21.44 


18 


%x % 


.106 


1.27 


18 


l%xl% 


.440 


5.28 


14 


%* % 


.221 


2.65 


18 


%x % 


.142 


1.70 


18 


2 x2 


.590 


7.08 


14 


%x% 


.339 


4.07 


18 


%x % 


.178 


2.14 











Brass Channels — Drawn 

About 12 Feet Long 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Two Sides Equal Dimensions 



Width 
Inch 


Sides 
Inch 


Gaugre 
No. 


Weigrht 
Lin. Ft. 


Width 
Inch 


Sides 
Inch 


Gaugre 
No. 


Weigrht 
Lin. Ft. 


Width 
Inch 


Sides 
Inch 


Gaugre 
No. 


Weigrht 
Lin. Ft 


% 




22 
18 


.0536 
.1175 


y 2 
% 
% 


% 
% 

% 


18 
18 

18 


.1740 
.1920 
.2660 


% 


% 
J %2 


18 
14 


.2110 
.3248 



Aluminum Angles 
and Mouldings 



No. 43S Alloy Extruded Angles 

Weigrht 
Die. No. Size Per Lin. Ft. 

, 79_ A % x 3/ 4X i/ 8 .210 

79— G 1 xl x% .275 

79—0 2 x2 x% 6 .857 

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Die. No. 


Weigrht 
Size Per Lin. Ft 


74— A 
74— B 

74— E 
74— D 


3/ 16 x % .107 
3 Aex % .117 
1/4 x % .186 
y 4 xl .228 



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Round Copper Rods 



















^Mi : " 


^■-^r- ; - --— :-..:- - -..^ ---^■- 








Hard Drawn- 


-About 12 Foot Lengt 


Diam. 
Inch 


Wg*ht. 
Lin. Ft. 


Wglit. Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 


Diam. 
Inch 


Wgtfit. Wg*ht. Per 
Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgth 


Vl6 
%6 


.0118 
.04730 
.1065 
.1894 


.141 

.567 

1.278 

2.273 


%6 

% 
% 

7 /8 


.9588 11.51 
1.184 14.21 
1.705 20.46 
2.320 27.84 


% 


.2959 
.4261 
.5800 
.7576 


3.551 
5.113 

6.960 
9.091 


ir /lG 
1 

1 % 


2.663 31.96 
3.030 36.36 
3.835 46.02 
4.735 56.82 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wgtfit. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgrth 


1 5 /i6 
1% 
1 % 
1 % 


5.22 

5.729 
6.818 
9.281 


62.64 
68.74 
81.82 

111.37 


2 

2 M 
2 % 
3 


12.12 
15.34 

18.94 
27.27 


145.4 
184.0 
227.2 
327.2 



Diam. 


WgTht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


% 


.1894 


2.273 


%6 


.2959 


3.551 


% 


.4261 


5.113 


¥2 


.7576 


9.091 


% 


1.184 


14.21 



Round Copper Rods 

Soft Drawn- -About 12 Foot Lengths 



Diam. 


Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


% 


1.705 


20.46 


% 


2.320 


27.84 


1 


3.030 


36.36 


1 Vh 


3.835 


46.02 


1 % 


4.735 


56.82 



Diam. 
Inch 

1% 



Wg-ht. 
Lin. Pt. 

6.818 
9.281 

12.12 



Wgpht. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

81.82 
111.37 

145.44 



Hexagon Copper Rods 




Hard Drawn— About 12 Foot Lengths 



Diam. Wg-ht. Wgfht. Per 
Inch Lin. Pt. 12 Ft. Lgth 



J4 


.2088 


2.51 


% 


.4699 


5,64 


v 2 


.8354 


10.02 


% 


1.305 


15.66 



Diam. 
Inch 



1 
1% 



Wg-ht. Wght. per 
Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgth 



1.880 
2.558 
3.341 
5.221 



22.56 
30.70 

40.09 
62.65 



Diam. 
Inch 

1% 

1% 
2 



wg-ht. 

Lin. Pt. 

7.518 

10.23 
13.37 



Wgrht. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

90.22 
122.76 
160.44 



Square Copper Rods 




Hard Drawn — About 12 Foot Lengths 



t: 






Diam. 


Wg*ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


Vh 


.0602 


.722 


3 /ifi 


.1356 


1.627 


V4 


.2412 


2.894 


%G 


.3768 


4.522 


% 


.5426 


6.511 



Diam. 


Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lg-th 


7 /ic> 


.7386 


8.863 


% 


.9646 


11.58 


% 


1.507 


18.08 


% 


2.170 


26.04 


7 /8 


2.954 


35.45 



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Diam. 


Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


1 


3.858 


46.30 


1 % 


6.029 


72.35 


1% 


8.681 


104.17 


2 


15.43 


185.16 



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Rectangular Copper Rods 
(Bus Bar) 



Hard Drawn— About 12 Foot Lengths 



Thick Width 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. I.gth 


%4X % 


.0709 


.85 


¥> 


.0945 


1.13 


% 


.1418 


1.70 


1 


.1890 


2.27 


!W % 


.0904 


1.08 


% 


.1206 


1.45 


% 


.1507 


1.81 


% 


.1809 


2.17 


,:1 ,r, 


.1960 


2.35 


% 


.2110 


2.53 


1 


.2412 


2.89 


VA 


.3014 


3.62 


1% 


.3617 


4.34 


1% 


.4227 


5.07 


2 


.4824 


5.79 


m 


.6028 


7.23 


3 


.7234 


8.68 


%4X V 2 


.1543 


1.85 


%2X % 


.0452 


.54 


% 


.1356 


1.63 


% 


.1809 


2.17 


% 


.2261 


2.71 


% 


.2713 


3.26 


% 


.3165 


3.80 


1 


.3617 


4.34 


1% 


.4522 


5.43 


i% 


.5426 


6.51 


1% 


.6330 


7.60 


2 


.7235 


8.68 


2% 


.9044 


10.85 


3 


1.085 


13.02 


4 


1.447 


17.36 



Thick Width 
Inch Inch 



y 8 x 



°/8 

% 

% 

% 

% 
1 

1% 

1% 

1% 

2 

2% 
3 
4 



% 

% 
% 
% 
1 

m 
i% 
i% 

2 

2V 2 
3 



Yi x 



°/8 

y 2 
% 
% 

% 
i 



Wffht 
Kin. Pt. 

.1206 
.1810 
.2412 
.3014 
.3617 

.4220 
,4823 
.6029 
.7235 

.8440 

.9646 
1.206 
1.447 
1.929 

.2713 
.3617 
.4522 
.5426 
.6330 
.7235 

.9043 
1.085 
1.266 
1.447 
1.808 
2.169 

.3619 
.4823 
.6029 
.7235 

.8440 
.9646 
1.206 



Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Iigth 

1.45 
2.17 
2.89 
3.62 

4.34 

5.06 
5.78 
7.23 
8.68 
10.13 

11.58 
14.47 
17.36 
23.14 

3.25 
4.34 
5.42 
6.51 
7.59 
8.68 

10.85 
13.02 
15.19 
17.36 
21.69 
26.03 

4.34 
5.78 
7.23 
8.68 

10.12 
11.57 
14.47 



Thick Width 
Inch Inch 

% xiy 2 
1% 

2 

2V 2 
3 

4 
5 
6 



1 
1% 

m 



2V 2 

3 

4 

5 

6 



y 2 xi 



va 
m 
m 

2 

m 

3 
4 
5 
6 

i xiy 2 

2 

3 
1x4 



wgrht 

Lin. Ft. 

1.447 

1.688 
1.929 
2.412 

2.894 

3.858 
4.823 

5.787 

1.085 
1.447 

1.809 
2.170 
2.53 

2.894 

3.617 
4.340 
5.788 

7.235 
8.681 

1.929 
2.412 
2.894 
3.376 
3.858 
4.823 

5.788 
7.717 
9.646 
11.58 

4.341 
5.788 
8.682 

15.43 



Wght Per 
12 Pt. Lfifth 

17.36 
20.25 
23.14 
28.94 
34.72 

46.29 
57.87 
69.44 

13.02 
17.36 
21.70 
26.04 
30.36 
34.72 

43.40 
52.08 
69.45 
86.82 
104.17 

23.14 
28.94 
34.72 
40.51 
46.29 
57.87 

69.45 

92.60 

115.75 

138.96 

52.09 

69.45 

104.18 

185.16 



Tobin Bronze 

Tobin Bronze is used where great torsional strength and corrosion resistance is required. Especially suitable for 
Shafting Pump Piston Rods, and parts exposed to severe weather conditions. Cannot be used as a bearing metal. 



Round Tobin Bronze Rods 



Diam. 


Wffht. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


Vx 


.0447 


%6 


.1006 


y 4 


.1788 


r /l6 


.2794 


% 


.4024 


%6 


.5477 


% 


.7154 


%e 


.9054 


% 


1.118 


]1 /l6 


1.353 


% 


1.610 


*9i6 


1.889 


% 


2.191 



Wgrht. Per 
12 Pt. ZtftSh 

.53 
1.20 
2.14 
3.35 
4.82 

6.57 

8.58 

10.86 

13.42 

16.24 
19.32 
22.67 
26.29 




Diam. 


Wg-ht. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


15 /l6 


2.525 


1 


2.862 


1Mb 


3.230 


1% 


3.622 


1%6 


4.035 


1% 


4.471 


l 5 /l6 


4.929 


1% 


5.410 


1%« 


5.913 


m 


6.438 


i% 


7.556 


i% 


8.763 


i% 


10.06 



Wgrht. Per 
12 Pt. Lgrth 

30.30 
34.34 
38.76 

43.46 
48.42 

53.65 
59.15 
64.92 

70.96 

77.26 
90.67 

105.16 
120.72 



Lengths— 12 to 18 Feet 



Diam. 


wgrht. 


Inch 


Lin.Pt 


I 15 /l6 


10.74 


2 


11.45 


2 Vio 


12.17 


2% 


12.92 


2% 6 


13.69 


2% 


14.49 


2% 


16.14 


2y 2 


17.88 


2% 


19.72 


2% 


21.64 


2% 


23.65 


3 


25.75 



Wght.Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

128.88 

137.40 
146.04 
155,04 
164.28 

173.88 
193.68 
214.56 
236.64 

259,68 
283.80 
309.00 



Diam. 
Inch 

3y 4 

31/2 
3% 
4 



Wght. 
Per Pt. 

30.22 

35.05 
40.24 
45.78 



Stock 
Lgths.Ft. 

10 
10 
10 

10 



Piston Finish Tobin Bronze Rods 



Diam. 
Inch 

PA 
3y 2 

4y 2 

5 

3V4 



Wg-ht. 
Per Pt. 

30.22 
35.05 
57.75 
71.54 
30.22 
35.05 



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Stock 
Dgths.Pt. 

12 
12 
12 
12 
14 
14 



Diam. 


Wg^ht. 


Stock 


Inch 


Per Pt. 


I.grths.Ft. 


31/4 


30.22 


16 


3% 


35.05 


16 


3% 


40.24 


16 


4 


45.78 


16 



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Hexagon Tobin Bronze Rods 



Diam. 


Wgrht, 


Wght. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


14 


.1972 


2.36 


*A« 


.3081 


3.69 


% 


.4437 


5.32 


%6 


.6039 


7.24 


% 


.7888 


9.46 


%e 


.9983 


11.97 


% 


1.232 


14.78 


*%6 


1.491 


17.89 


% 


1.775 


21.30 




Lengths about 12 Feet 



Diam. 


wgrnt. 


Wgrht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


*%l 


2.083 


24.99 


% 


2.416 


28.99 


15 /16 


2.773 


33.28 


1 


3.155 


37.86 


1 %« 


3.562 


42.74 


1 Vh 


3.993 


47.92 


1 a /lfi 


4.449 


53.39 


1 % 


4.930 


59.16 


1% 


5.965 


71.58 



Diam. 


wgrht. 


Wght. Per 


Inch. 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgrth 


1 7 /l6 


6.520 


78.24 


1 % 


7.099 


85.19 


1% 


8.332 


99.98 


1 % 


9.663 


115.96 


1% 


11.09 


133.08 


2 


12.62 


151.44 


2% 


15.97 


191.64 


2% 


19.72 


236.64 


3 


28.40 


340.80 



Diam. 


Wght. 


Wght. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


% 


.2277 


2.73 


94e 


.3558 


4.26 


% 


.5124 


6.14 


7 /.6 


.6974 


8.36 


y 2 


.9108 


10.92 



Square Tobin Bronze Rods 




Lengths about 1 2 Feet 



Diam. 


Wght. 


Wgrht. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lgrth 


% 


1.423 


17.07 


% 


2.049 


24.58 


% 


2.789 


33.46 


1 


3.643 


43.71 


1 hi 


5.693 


68.31 



For Tobin Bronze Welding Rod refer to page 160. 



Diam. 
Inch. 


wgrht. 

Lin. Ft. 


Wgrht. Per 
12 Ft. Lgrth 


1% 


6.888 


82.65 


1% 


8.198 


98.37 


2 


14.57 


174.84 



Round Silicon Bronze Rods 

A copper silicon alloy, the copper content of which is approximately 96% or a little over. Because of its tensile 
strength (90,000 pounds per square inch) and its resistance to corrosion, it is being used very largely in marine work. 



Diam. 


wgrht. 


Wght. Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lffth 


94« 


.1051 


1.26 


% 


.1868 


2.24 


5 /.6 


.2908 


3.48 


% 


.4202 


5.04 


7 /lf, 


.5724 


6.86 


% 


.7472 


8.96 


%« 


.9457 


11.34 


% 


1.167 


14.00 




Random Lengths 


Diam. 

Inch 


wgrht. 

Lin. Pt. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 


Hie 

% 


1.411 
1.681 
1.973 
2.288 


16.93 
20.17 
23.67 
27.45 


i 

lYie 

1% 


2.627 
2.989 
3.388 

3.781 


31.52 
35.86 
40.65 
45.37 



Diam. 

Inch. 


Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 


1 % 

1% 

1% 


4.668 
5.649 
6.725 
9.152 


56.01 
67.78 
80.70 

109.82 


2 

2% 

3 


11.96 
18.65 
26.91 


143.52 
223.80 
322.92 



Hexagon Silicon Bronze Rods 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght. Per 
12 Ft. Lgrth 


% 
7 /l6 

y 2 

%6 


.4632 
.6304 
.8234 
1.042 


5.55 

7.56 

9.88 

12.50 


% 

% 


1.286 

1.556 
1.852 


15.43 
18.67 
22.22 




Random Lengths 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgrth 


!%6 

% 
15 /l6 
1 


2.174 
2.526 
2.898 
3.294 


26.08 
30.31 
34.77 
39.52 


1 %6 
1% 

1 % 


3.718 
4.168 
5.146 


44.61 
50.01 

61.75 



Diam. 
Inch. 


Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght. Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 


1 % 

1 % 

1 % 


6.227 
6.806 
7.410 
8.699 


74.72 

81.67 

88.92 

104.38 


1% 
2 


10.08 
13.17 


120.96 
158.04 



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Square Silicon Bronze Rods 









«^— . .— -. 


"i 






--———-- -^1 








h^k.----^" - 


m 




Random Lengths 


Diam. 
Inch 


Wght. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgfth 


Diana. 

Inch 


Wgfht. Wgfht. Per 
Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgrth 


% 


.2377 


2.85 


% 


1.485 17.82 


% 


.5348 


6.41 


% 


2.139 25.66 


% 


.9507 


11.40 


% 


2.901 34.81 



Diam. Wgfht. Wgrht. Per 

Inch Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgrth 



1 


3.788 


45.46 


1 % 


5.925 


71.10 


1 % 


8.523 


102.28 



Round Phosphor Bronze Rods 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wgrht 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgfht Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 




.047 
.106 

.189 


.56 
1.27 
2.26 


%6 

% 

7 /ie 


.296 
.426 

.580 


3.55 
5.11 
6.96 




Random Lengths 



Diam. 
Inch 

% 

94* 



% 



Wgfht 
Lin. Pt. 

.758 
.958 

1.18 

1.70 
2.32 
3.03 



Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Lgfth 

9.09 
11.49 
14.16 

20.40 
27.84 
36.36 



Diam. Wgrht Wgfht Per 
Inch Lin. Pt. 12 Ft. Lgfth 



1% 


3.84 


46.08 


1% 


4.74 


56.88 


1 % 


5.73 


68.76 


iy 2 


6.82 


81.84 


i % 


8.00 


96.00 


i% 


9.28 


111.36 


2 


12.12 


145.44 



Hexagon Phosphor Bronze Rods 



Diam. 
Inch 




Hard Drawn — Random Lengths 8 to 12 Feet 



% 



wgrht 

Lin. Pt. 

1.880 
2.563 



Wgfht Per 
12 Pt. Lgfth 

22.56 
30.76 



Diam. 
Inch 

1 

1 % 



Wgfht Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgfth 



3.341 
5.221 



40.09 
62.65 



Diam. 
Inch 

2 



wgrht 

Lin. Pt. 

7.518 
13.37 



Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Lgfth 

90.21 
160.44 



Round Nickel Silver Rods 




Diam. 


wgrht 


Wgfht Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgrth 


% 


.04527 


.543 


%2 


.07300 


.876 


%fl 


.1019 


1.22 


%2 


.140 


1.68 


l A 


.1811 


2.17 



18 Per Cent 
Hard Drawn — Lengths about 12 Feet 



Diam. 


wgrht 


Wgfht Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgfth 


%6 


.2829 


3.39 


% 


.4073 


4.88 


7 /l6 


.5546 


6.65 


Vo 


.7243 


8.69 


% 


1.132 


13.58 



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wg-ht 


Wgrht Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgfth 


% 


1.630 


19.56 


% 


2.218 


26.61 




2.897 


34.76 



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Round Commercial 
Bronze Rods 




Commercial Bronze has a very high content 

of copper which gives a rich golden color — 

is used largely for ornamental work. 



Lengths about 1 2 Feet 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
LIB. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Dgth 


% 


.1875 

.422 

.750 


2.25 
5.06 

9.00 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Din. Pt. 


12 Pt. Dgth 


% 


1.172 


14.06 


% 


1.698 


20.38 


% 


2.297 


27.56 



Square Commercial 
Bronze Rods 



Diam. 
Inch 



Wgrht 

Din. Pt. 

3.00 



Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Dgrth 

36.00 




Lengths about 12 Feet 



Diam. 
Inch 


wgrht 

Din. Pt. 


Wgrht Per 
12 Ft. Dgrth 




.373 
.538 


4.48 
6.46 



Diam. 
Inch 


wgrht 
Din. Pt. 


Wgrht Per 
12 Pt. Dgrth 


Vz 


.955 


11.46 


% 


1.492 


17.90 



Diam. 
Inch 



Wght 
Din.Pt. 

2.149 



Wght Per 
12 Pt. Dgth 

25.79 



Rectangular Commercial 
Bronze Rods 



Size 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


12 Pt. Dgrth 


tx % 


.240 


2.88 


% 


.359 


4.31 


i 


.480 


5.76 


i% 


.600 


7.20 


v/> 


.720 


8.64 


2 


.960 


11.52 


6X V2 


.359 


4.31 


% 


.540 


6.48 


7 /8 


.630 


7.56 


1 


.720 


8.64 


1% 


.900 


10.80 





Size 


Wght 


Wgrht Per 




Inch 


Din. Ft. 


12 Ft. Dgrth 


%6xl 


1.080 


12.96 




2 


1.440 


17.28 


% 


x 1/2 


.480 


5.76 




% 


.720 


8.64 




% 


.840 


10.08 




1 


.959 


11.51 




1% 


1.199 


14.39 




1% 


1.440 


17.28 




2 


1.919 


23.03 


% 


x V2 


.720 


8.64 




% 


.899 


10.79 



Lengths about 12 Feet 



Size 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Din. Pt. 


12 Ft. Dgrth 


% x % 


1.079 


12.95 


% 


1.259 


15.11 


1 


1.440 


17.28 


1% 


1.799 


21.58 


i% 


2.158 


25.90 


2 


2,898 


34.78 


Vl x % 


1.440 


17.28 


1 


1.919 


23.03 


1% 


2.399 


28.78 


1% 


2.878 


34.54 


2 


3.841 


46.00 



Round Aluminum Rod 

(Commercially Pure Aluminum) 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wgrht Per 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


12 Ft. Dgth 


% 


.013 


.156 


%6 


.032 


.38 


% 


.057 


.68 


%6 


.090 


1.08 




Lengths 12 Feet 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
Din. Pt. 


Wght Per 
12 Pt. Dgth 


% 


.130 
.177 

.231 


1.56 
2.12 
2.77 



Temper Designation 2S4 — 
Half Hard 



Diam. 

Inch 



u /4 
7 /8 



Wght 
Din. Pt. 

.360 
.519 

.706 
.923 



Wght Per 
12 Ft. Dgrth 

4.32 
6.23 
8.47 

11.08 



Square Aluminum Rod 




Temper Designation 2S4 — 
Half Hard 



Diam. 
Inch 

% 

5 /l6 



Wght 
Din. Ft. 

.0413 
.079 
.114 
.165 



Wght Per 
12 Ft. Dgth 

.50 

.95 
1.37 
1.98 



Diam. 
Inch 

7 /l6 

% 

% 
% 



Wght 
Din. Pt. 

.225 
.294 
.459 

.661 



Wght Per 
12 Ft. Dgth 

2.70 
3.53 
5.51 
7.93 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
Din. Ft. 


Wght Per 
12 Pt. Dgth 


% 
1 


.899 
1.18 


10.79 

14.16 



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Round Duralumin Rods 
(Aluminum Alloy) 



Mam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


Vw 


.0051 


.0612 


fe 


.0081 


.0972 


's 


.014 


.168 


V. 


.033 


.396 


% 


.06 


.720 


%e 


.093 


1.11 


% 


.133 


1.59 


% fl 


.181 


2.17 


V> 


.237 


2.84 


%6 


.292 


3.50 


% 


.371 


4.45 


: n 


.534 


6.408 


% 


.726 


8.71 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. liffth 


1 


.950 


11.40 


1 % 


1.20 


14.40 


1 % 


1.48 


17.76 


1% 


1.80 


21.60 


i y 2 


2.14 


25.68 


i% 


2.51 


30.12 


i% 


2.91 


34.92 


i % 


3.34 


40.08 


2 


3.80 


45.60 


2% 


4.29 


51.48 


2% 


4.81 


57.72 


2% 


5.36 


64.32 


2% 


5.94 


71.28 



Temper Designation 17ST 

Lengths about 12 Feet 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. LgUi 


2% 


6.50 


78.00 


2% 


7.10 


85.20 


2% 


7.90 


94.80 


3 


8.55 


102.6 


3y 4 


10.04 


120.4 


3 % 


11.64 


139.6 


3% 


13.36 


160.3 


4 


15.21 


182.5 


4% 


17.17 


206.0 


4% 


19.24 


230.8 


4% 


21.60 


259.2 


5 


23.70 


284.4 



Hexagon Duralumin Rods 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


V\ 


.0631 


.757 


Ka 


.039 


1.18 


% 


.147 


1.76 


Vu> 


.194 


2.32 


\k 


.262 


3.14 


%* 


.331 


3.97 



Square Duralumin Rods 




Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 


% 
% 


.397 
.590 
.802 


4.76 
7.08 
9.62 


l %6 

1 

1 Vie 


.893 
1.05 
1.14 


10.71 
12.60 
13.68 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 


9ie 


.043 
.075 

.118 


.516 
.900 

1.41 


Vie 


.170 

.231 


2.04 
2.77 




Diam. 
Inch 


Wght 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 


% 


.302 
.471 
.679 


3.62 
5.65 
8.14 


% 


.925 
1.21 


11.10 
14.52 



Temper Designation 17ST 

Lengths 12 Feet 



Diam. 
Inch 


Wght Wght Per 
Lin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgth 


1 % 
1 % 

1 % 


1.33 15.96 
1.64 19.68 
1.98 23.76 


i y 2 

2 


2.35 28.20 
3.21 38.52 
4.19 50.28 


Temper Designation 17ST 


Lengths 


12 Feet 


Diam. 
Inch 


Wght Wght Per 
Lin. Ft. 12 Ft. Lgth 



% 



1.89 

2,73 
3.74 

4.90 

7.56 

10.89 



22.68 
32.76 
44.88 

58.80 

90.72 

130.68 



Rectangular Duralumin Rod 



Size 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


Vh X l/ 4 


.0378 


.4536 


% 


.0567 


.680 


% 


.0755 


.906 


% 


.0946 


1.135 


% 


.1130 


1.35 


1 


.1500 


1.80 


1 % 


.1880 


2.26 


1 v 2 


.2260 


2.72 


2 


.3010 


3.62 


%6* % 


.1130 


1.35 


% 


.141 


1.69 


% 


.169 


2.03 


1 


.226 


2.72 


1 V* 


.282 


3.38 


1 % 


.338 


4.06 


1 % 


.397 


4.76 


2 


.454 


5.44 



Size 
Inch 

Va x % 

% 
1 

1 J /i 

l Vi 

1 % 

2 

2li 
2% 
2% 
3 



1 

1 % 
1 ty 



K 



Wght 
Lin. Ft. 

.150 
.226 
.301 
.378 
.454 
.529 

.605 
.681 
.756 
.832 
.908 

.282 

.378 
.471 
.567 

.756 
.945 

1.134 



Wght Per 
12 Ft. Lgth 

1.80 
2.72 
3.62 
4.54 
5.44 
6.35 

7.26 
8.17 
9.07 

9.98 
10.89 

3.38 

4.54 
5.65 
6.80 

9.07 
11.34 
13.60 



Temper Designation 17ST 

Lengths 12 Feet 



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Size 


Wght 


WglitFeJ 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Ft. Lgtl 


*% 


.338 


4.06 


I 


.454 


5.44 


1% 


.564 


6.76 


m 


.677 


8.12 


1% 


.794 


9.53 


2 


.907 


10.88 


21/2 


1.13 


13.56 


3 


1.36 


16.32 


*% 


.376 


4.52 


% 


.451 


5,42 


% 


.530 


6.36 


1 


.601 


7.21 


1% 


.752 


9.02 


1% 


.902 


10.82 


1% 


1.05 


12.60 


2 


1.20 


14.40 


2% 


1.51 


18.12 


3 


1.82 


21.84 


3% 


2.12 


25.44 


4 


2.42 


29.04 



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Diam. 


wg-ht 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


%2 


.023 


.276 


y 8 


.042 


.504 


%e 


.094 


1.128 


% 


.168 


2.016 


%6 


.262 


3.144 


% 


.378 


4.536 


7 /i« 


,514 


6.168 


% 


.671 


8,052 



Stainless Steel Bars 

18 & 8 CHROMIUM— NICKEL 
ALLEGHENY METAL— FREE MACHINING 

Stainless Type No. 303 




ROUND— GROUND FINISH— ANNEALED 

Free Machining — Stock Lengths Random 12' to 20' 



Diam. 
Inch 

% 
n /io 

% 

7 /8 
15 /l6 

1 

lMe 
1% 



Wg-ht 
Lin. Pt. 

1.05 
1.27 
1.51 

2.06 
2.36 

2.68 

3.01 
3.38 



Wg*ht Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

12.60 
15.24 
18.12 
24.72 
28.32 

32.16 
36.12 

40.56 



Diam. 
Inch 

Hit 

1% 

i% 

1% 

i% 

2 



Wght 
Lin. Pt. 

3.76 
4.17 
5.02 
6.01 
7.05 



8.18 
10.68 



Wght Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

45.12 
50.04 
60.24 
72.12 
84.60 

98.16 

128.16 



Diam. 


Wght 


WghtP 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Pt. Lgl 


%2 


.023 


.276 


% 


.042 


.504 


%6 


.094 


1.128 


y 4 


.168 


2.016 


%e 


.262 


3.144 


% 


.378 


4.536 


7 /i6 


.514 


6.168 


x k 


.671 


8.052 



ROUND— COLD DRAWN— ANNEALED 

Free Machining — Stock Lengths Random 12' to 20' 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


% 


1.05 


12.60 


*%6 


1.27 


15.24 


% 


1.51 


18.12 


% 


2.06 


24.72 


15 /iG 


2.36 


28.32 


1 


2.68 


32.16 


l Mo 


3.01 


36.12 


i y 8 


3.38 


40.56 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Ft. Lgth 


l 3 /lG 


3.76 


45.12 


1% 


4.17 


50.04 


1% 


5.02 


60.24 


m 


6.01 


72.12 


i% 


7.05 


84.60 


i% 


8.18 


98.16 


2 


10.68 


128.16 



HEXAGON— COLD DRAWN— ANNEALED 



Diam. 
Inch 

y 4 



Vl6 



Wght 
Lin. Ft. 

.184 
.414 
.736 

1.15 

1.39 



Wght Per 
12 Pt. Lgth 

2.208 

4.968 
8.832 

13.80 

16.68 




Free Machining — Stock Lengths Random 12' to 20' 



Diam. 


Wght 


Wght Per 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgrth 


% 


1.66 


19.92 


% 


2.25 


27.00 


1 


2.94 


35.28 


1 %6 


3.32 


39.84 


1% 


3.73 


44.76 


1% 


4.60 


55.20 



Diam. 
Inch 

1% 
1 % 
1% 

1% 



Wght 
Lin. Pt. 

5.57 
6.08 
6.62 
7.77 

11.78 



Wght Per 
12 Pt. LglOi 

66.84 
72.96 
79.44 
93.24 

141.36 



RECTANGULAR 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

White Pickled Finish — Annealed 
Stock Lengths 12' to 20' 



1^^^5~52=z^_L__ 




sisSSSEs 


^^^^^^™ 


=™— = 


i 


Size 
Inch 

y 4 xi 

!/4x2 
5/16x1 

% xiy 2 


Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 

.850 
1.70 
1.06 
1.92 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth. 

10.20 
20.40 
12.72 

23.04 


% x2 

y 2 xi% 

V2 x2 


2.55 
2.55 
3.40 


30.60 
30.60 
40.80 



ANGLES 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

White Pickled Finish — Annealed 
Stock lengths 12' to 20' 




Size 
Inch 

1 xl x% 

iy2xiy 2 xy 8 

1%X1%X%0 

2 x2 x y 4 



Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 

.83 
1.23 

1.83 
3.19 



Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lgth. 

9.96 
14.76 

21.96 
38.28 



Other alloys of stainless and heat-resisting steels can be furnished promptly. Inquiries receive careful attention. 

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Brown 6c Sharpe Gauge 




Lengths About 8 Feet 



Thickness 


Decimal 


Wg-ht. 


Wg*ht. Per 






Thickness 


Decimal 


Wgfht. 


wg-ht. Per 


In. or Ga. No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


8 pt. i*gti 


1 




In. or Ga. No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


8 Pt. Lffth 










SHEETS 4" WIDE 










Vi 


.500 


7.344 


58.75 






16 


.051 


.752 


6.02 


% 


.375 


5.508 


44.06 






18 


.0403 


.594 


4.75 


y 4 


.250 


3.672 


29.37 






20 


.0320 


.472 


3.68 


%« 


.1875 


2.754 


22.03 






22 


.0253 


.373 


2.98 


% 


.125 


1.836 


14.68 






24 


.0201 


.296 


2.37 


%2 


.0937 


1.377 


11.01 






26 


.0159 


.2343 


1.87 


14 


.0641 


.943 


7.54 


SHEETS 6" 


WIDE 


28 


.0126 


.1857 


1.48 


¥2 


.500 


11.01 


88.08 






16 


.051 


1.127 


9.02 


% 


.375 


8.262 


66.09 






18 


.0403 


.891 


7.13 


% 


.250 


5.508 


44.06 






20 


.0320 


.707 


5.65 


%« 


.1875 


4.131 


33.04 






22 


.0253 


.559 


4.47 


Ys 


.125 


2.754 


22.03 






24 


.0201 


.444 


3.55 


%2 


.0937 


2.065 


16.52 






26 


.0159 


.351 


2.80 


14 


.0641 


1.415 


11.32 


SHEETS 8" 


WIDE 


28 


.0126 


.2785 


2.22 


% 


.125 


3.672 


29.37 






22 


.0253 


.746 


5.97 


14 


.0641 


1.886 


15.09 






24 


.0201 


.592 


4.74 


16 


.051 


1.503 


12.02 






26 


.0159 


.469 


3.75 


18 


.0403 


1.188 


9.50 






28 


.0126 


.371 


2.97 


20 


.0320 


.943 


7.54 


SHEETS 10' 


WIDE 










% 


.125 


4.589 


36.71 






22 


.0253 


.932 


7.46 


14 


.0641 


2.358 


18.86 






24 


.0201 


.740 


5.92 


16 


.051 


1.789 


14.31 






26 


.0159 


.586 • 


4.69 


18 


.0403 


1.485 


11.88 






28 


.0126 


.464 


3.71 


20 


.0320 


1.179 


9.43 


SHEETS 12' 


WIDE 










% 


.750 


33.05 


264.4 






16 


.051 


2.238 


17.90 


% 


.625 


27.54 


220.3 






17 


.0453 


1.914 


15.31 


% 


.500 


22.03 


176.2 






18 


.0403 


1.776 


14.20 


% 


.375 


16.52 


132.1 






19 


.0359 


1.582 


12.65 


r /jo 


.3125 


13.77 


110.1 






20 


.0320 


1.408 


11.26 


% 


.250 


11.02 


88.16 






21 


.0285 


1.254 


10.03 


%a 


.1875 


8.262 


66.09 






22 


.0253 


1.117 


8.94 


%2 


.1562 


6.885 


55.08 






23 


.0226 


.9946 


7.96 


Vh 


.125 


5.508 


44.06 






24 


.0201 


.8857 


7.08 


10 


.1019 


4.490 


35.92 






26 


.0159 


.7024 


5.62 


%2 


.0937 


4.131 


33.04 


• 




28 


.0126 


.5570 


4.46 


12 


.081 


3.560 


28.48 






30 


•.0100 


.4417 


3.53 


13 


.072 


3.173 


25.38 






32 


.0080 


.3503 


2.80 


14 


.0641 


2.825 


22.60 






34 


.0063 


.2778 


2.22 


15 


.0571 


2.516 


20.12 


SHEETS 14" 


WIDE 


36 


.0050 


.2203 


1.76 


% 


.125 


6.425 


51.40 






20 


.0320 


1.650 


13.20 


14 


.0641 


3.300 


26.40 






22 


.0253 


1.304 


10.43 


16 


.051 


2.630 


21.04 






24 


.0201 


1.036 


8.29 


18 


.0403 


2.078 


16.62 


SHEETS 16" 


WIDE 










Vh 


.125 


7.344 


58.75 






22 


.0253 


1.492 


11.94 


14 


.0641 


3.772 


30.18 






24 


.0201 


1.184 


9.47 


16 


.051 


3.006 


24.05 






26 


.0159 


.9380 


7.50 


18 


.0403 


2.376 


19.01 






28 


.0126 


.7420 


5.94 


20 


.0320 


1.886 


15.09 


SHEETS 18" 


WIDE 










Vs 


.125 


8.262 


66.09 






22 


.0253 


1.678 


13.42 


14 


.0641 


4.244 


33.95 






24 


.0201 


1.332 


10.66 


16 


.051 


3.382 


27.05 






26 


.0159 


1.054 


8.43 


18 


.0403 


2.672 


21.38 






28 


.0126 


.836 


6.69 


20 


.0320 


2.122 


16.98 















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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Brass Sheet— Half Hard 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 


^f 


y4mK3r 




Exact Lengths 




Thickness 
In, or Ota. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgfht. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wg-ht. Per 
Sheet 


SHEETS 20"x96" 


Thickness 
In. or Ga. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wg*ht. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht. Per 
Sheet 


14 

16 


.125 
.0641 

.0510 


9.178 

4.716 
3.578 


73.42 
37.73 
28.62 


SHEETS 24"x48" 


18 
20 


.0403 

.0320 


2.970 
2.358 


23.76 
18.86 


• 


.500 
.375 
.3125 
.250 


44.06 
33.05 
27.54 
22.03 


176.2 
132.2 
110.1 
88.12 


SHEETS 24"x96" 


3 /l6 
%2 


.1875 

.125 

.0625 

.0312 


16.52 
11.02 
5.508 
2.754 


66.08 
44.08 
22.03 
11.01 


5 /l6 


.500 
.375 
.3125 
.250 


44.06 
33,05 
27.54 
22.03 


352.5 
264.4 
220,3 
176.3 




16 
18 
20 
22 


.0510 

.0403 
.0320 
.0253 


4.478 
3.552 

2.816 
2.234 


35.82 
28.42 
22.52 
17.87 


«6 

% 

14 


.1875 
.125 

.0641 


16.52 
11.02 
5.648 


132.1 
88.16 
45.18 


SHEETS 30"x96" 


24 
26 

28 


.0201 
.0159 
.0126 


1.771 
1.405 
1.114 


14.16 
11.24 

8.91 


14 
16 


.0641 

.0510 


7.07 
5.37 


56.56 

- 42.96 


SHEETS 36"x96" 


18 


.0403 


4.46 


35.68 


% 


.500 
.375 
,250 
.1875 


66.09 
49.56 
33.06 
24.78 


528.7 
396.4 
264.4 
198.2 


SHEETS 48"x96" 


Vh 

%2 

Mr, 

%2 


.125 

.0937 
.0625 

.0312 


16.52 

12.39 

8.26 

4.13 


132.16 
99.12 
66.08 
33.04 




.250 
.125 


44.08 

22.04 


352.6 

176.3 




Vl6 
%2 


.0625 
.03125 


11.01 

5.50 


88.08 

44.00 



Engravers' Brass — Quarter Hard 



Thickness 
Inch 



% 



%6 



Decimal 
Inch 



.500 

.4375 

.375 



.500 

.4375 

.375 



wgrht. 

Xiin. Pt. 



22.03 
19.27 
16.52 



25.70 
22.48 
19.27 





Sheets about 8 Feet Long 



Wgrht. Per 
8 Pt. Sheet 



Thickness 
Inch 



176.24 
154.16 
132.16 



205.60 

179.84 
154.16 



SHEETS 12" WIDE 



SHEETS 14" WIDE 



5 /l6 

XL 






Decimal 
Inch 



.3125 
.250 



.3125 
.2500 
.1875 



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Wg-ht. 
Lin. Pt. 



13.77 
11.02 



16.06 

12.85 

9.63 



Wg*ht. Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 



110.16 
88.16 



128.48 
102.80 

77.04 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



21 



Soft Sheet Brass (Flat Sheets) 



Brown <S Sharpe Gauge 




Lengths about 8 Feet 



Thickness 
In. or 6a. No. 



% 
12 
14 
16 



Decimal 
Inch 



.125 
.0808 

.0641 
.0508 



Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 



2.754 
1.780 
1.412 
1.119 



Wght. Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 



22.03 

14.24 

11.29 

8.95 



Thickness 
In. or Ga. No. 



SHEETS 6" WIDE 



18 
20 
22 



Decimal 
Inch 



.0403 
.0320 
.0254 



wgrht. 

Litt. Ft. 



.8879 
.7041 
.5584 



Wg-ht. Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 



7.10 
5.63 
4.46 



14 
16 

18 



.0641 
.0508 

.0403 



1.883 
1.492 

1.184 



15.06 
11.93 

9.47 



SHEETS 8" WIDE 



20 

77 



.0320 
.0254 



.9400 
.7445 



7.52 
5.95 



% 
12 
14 
16 



.125 
.0808 
.0641 
.0508 



5.508 
3.560 
2.825 
2.238 



44.06 
28.48 
22.60 
17.90 



SHEETS 12" WIDE 



18 


.0403 


1.776 


14.20 


20 


.0320 


1.410 


11.28 


22 


.0254 


1,115 


8.92 



Soft Sheet Brass (In Rolls) 




Brown 6c Sharpe Gauge 



Gauge 
No. 



20 



Decimal 
Inch 



.0320 



wgrht. 

Lin. Ft. 



.9430 



20 
22 

24 


.0320 
.0253 
.0201 


1.179 
.9320 
.740 


20 
22 
24 


.0320 
.0253 
.0201 


1.408 
1.117 
.8857 


18 
20 
22 


.0403 
.0320 
.0253 


2.078 
1.650 
1.304 


18 
20 
22 


.0403 
.0320 
.0253 


2.376 

1.886 
1.492 


20 
22 
24 


.0320 

.0253 
.0201 


2.122 
1.678 
1.332 


20 
22 


.0320 
.0253 


2.358 
1.864 



Gauge 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 




ROLLS 8" 


WIDE 


22 


.0253 


.7460 




ROLLS 10" 


WIDE 


26 

28 
30 


.0159 

.0126 
.0100 


.5860 
.464 

.3679 




ROLLS 12" 


WIDE 


26 
28 
30 


.0159 
.0126 

.0100 


.7024 
.5570 
.4417 




ROLLS 14" 


WIDE 


24 
26 

28 


.0201 

.0159 
.0126 


1.033 
.8195 
.6498 




ROLLS 16" 


WIDE 


24 
26 

28 


.0201 
.0159 
.0126 


1.183 
.9380 
.7420 




ROLLS 18" 


WIDE 


26 
28 
30 


.0159 
.0126 

.0100 


1.054 

.836 
.6625 




ROLLS 20" 


WIDE 


24 
26 


.0201 
.0159 


1.480 
1.172 



Gauge 
No. 



32 
34 



32 



28 
30 



Decimal 
Inch 



.0080 
.0063 



Wght. 
Lin. Ft. 



.2920 
.2315 



32 
34 

36 


.0080 
.0063 
.0050 


.3503 
.2778 
.2203 


30 
32 

34 


.0100 
.0080 

.0063 


.5153 
.4087 
.3241 


30 
32 


.0100 

.0080 


.5889 
.4670 



.0080 



.0126 
.0100 



.5254 



.9280 
.7358 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Spring Sheet Brass 




Lengths about 8 Feet 



Gauge 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


wgrht. 

Lin. Ft. 


Wglit, Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 


12 
14 


.125 
.0937 
.0808 
.0641 


5.508 
4.131 
3.560 
2.825 


44.06 
33.04 
28.48 
22.60 


16 

18 
20 
22 


.0508 

.0403 
.0320 
.0254 


2.233 
1.776 
1.408 
1.117 


17.90 
14.20 
11.26 

8.94 



SHEETS 12" WIDE 



Gauge 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


■wgrht. 

Lin. Ft. 


Wght. Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 


24 
26 

28 
30 


.0201 

.0159 
.0126 

.0100 


.8857 
.7024 
.5570 
.4417 


7.08 
5,62 
4.46 
3.53 


32 
34 
36 


.0080 
.0063 

.0050 


.3503 
.2778 
.2203 


2.80 
2.22 

1.76 



Ribbon Brass— Half Hard 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 




Random Length Coils 



Width 


wgrht. 


Inches 


Lin. Ft. 


No. 26 B&S Gauge 


.01594 Inch 


a /i 


.0146 


%e 


.0183 


% 


.0292 


No. 24 B&S Gauge 


.0201 


Inch 


%e 


.0138 


K 


.0185 


%* 


.0231 


% 


.0277 


%« 


.0323 


% 


.0369 


% 


.0461 


% 


.0554 


1 


.0738 


No. 22 B&S Gauge 


.02535 Inch 


%0 


.0174 


% 


.0233 


%6 


.0291 


% 


.0349 


%6 


.0407 


y% 


.0465 


% 


.0582 


% 


.0698 


% 


.0814 


i 


.0930 


1% 


.1047 


«4 


.1163 


1% 


.1396 


l% 


.1629 


2 


.1861 


2% 


.2094 


2% 


.2327 



Width 
Inches 


wgrht. 
Lin. Ft. 


No. 20 B&S Gauge 
.03196 Inch 


5 /l6 

% 

l/ 2 


.0293 
.0367 
.0440 
.0586 


% 
% 
% 
1 


.0733 
.0880 
.1027 

.1174 


1% 

1% 


.1320 
.1467 
.1760 
.2054 


2 

2V4 

2% 


.2347 
.2640 
.2934 



No. 18 B&S Gauge 


.0403 


Inch 


% 


.0370 


%6 


.0462 


% 


.0555 


% 


.0740 


% 


.0925 


% 


.1110 


Vs 


.1295 


1 


.1480 


1% 


.1665 


1% 


.1850 


1% 


.2220 


1% 


.2590 


2 


.2960 


21/4 


.3330 


2% 


.3700 



Width 


wgrht. 




Width 


wgrht. 


Inches 


Lin. Ft. 

No. 


16 B&S Gauge 
.05082 Inch 


Inches 


Lin. Ft. 


% 


.0933 




m 


.2332 


% 


.1166 




i% 


.2799 




.1399 
.1632 




2 


.3265 
.3732 


1 


.1866 




2% 


.4198 


1% 


.2099 




21/2 


.4665 



Perforated Sheet Brass 




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SHEETS 12"x96 


tf 






Hole 


Holes Per 




B&S 


No. 


Diam. 


Square In. 


Pattern 


Gauge 


00 


.020 


625 


Staggered 


26 





.023 


576 


Straight 


26 


1 


.027 


400 


do 


26 


2 


.033 


324 


do 


26 


3 


.039 


225 


do 


26 


4 


.045 


225 


do 


24 


5 


.045 


169 


Staggered 


24 


6 


.050 


144 


Straight 


24 


7 


.057 


144 


do 


24 


8A 


.062 


100 


do 


22 


9 


.068 


81 


do 


22 


10A 


.085 


64 


do 


22 


11 


.100 


49 


do 


22 


12 


.100 


36 


do 


22 


14A 


.125 


25 


do 


20 


15 


.150 


25 


Staggered 


18 


16 


.187 


16 


do 


16 


We can 


supply 


Perforated Sheet Metal in 


Copper, 


ALLEGHENY METAL 


, Stainless Steel, 


or ofher commercial 


metal to specification 


upon order. 






For Wire 


Cloth and Screen Cloth, see 


Pages 48 and 49. 



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23 



Sheet Brass in Rolls 




Extra Thin or Plater's Metal 
Random Length Rolls 



Thickness Width Wgfht Per Lis. Ft. 
Dec. Inch Inch Lin. Ft. Per lib. 



.001 


6 


.02214 


45 


.002 


6 


.04428 


22 


.003 


6 


.06642 


15 


.004 


6 


.08856 


11 


.005 


12 


.2214 


4.5 




Shim Brass 





Silicon Sheet Bronze 

Hot Rolled — Annealed 
A high copper-silicon alloy with tensile strength comparable to steel 

Weigfht 



Sheet 
Size 


Thickness 
B&S Nearest 
G-aug-e USS Ga. 


30x 96 


20 


22 


30x 96 


18 


20F 


30x 96 


16 


18 


30x 96 


14 


16F 


36x 96 


20 


22 


36x 96 


18 


20F 


36x 96 


16 


18 


36x 96 


14 


16F 


36x 96 


%6 


7 


48x 96 


12 


14F 


48x 96 


10 


12L 


48x 96 


Vs 


11 


60x 96 


% 


11 


60x120 


12 


14F 


60x120 


% 


11 


F— Full. L 


—Light. 





Decimal 


Lin. Ft. 


Sheet 


.03196 


3.538 


28.3 


.0403 


4.455 


35.7 


.05082 


5.610 


44.9 


.06408 


7.085 


56.7 


.03196 


4.245 


34.0 


.0403 


5.346 


42.8 


.05082 


6.735 


53.9 


.06408 


8.502 


68.0 


.1875 


24.867 


198.8 


.08081 


14.288 


114.3 


.1019 


18.003 


144.0 


.125 


22.104 


176.9 


.125 


27.630 


221.0 


.08081 


17.860 


178.6 


.125 


27.630 


276.3 




Lead Coated Sheet Copper 



Hard Temper 
Random Length Rolls 





ROLLS 6" 


WIDE 


Thickness 


Ft. Per 

Pound 


.001 




45 


.002 




22 


.003 




15 


.004 




11 


.005 




9 


.006 




7 


.008 




5.5 


.010 




4.5 


.015 




3 


.020 




2.25 




ROLLS 12" WIDE 


.003 




7 


.005 




4.5 


.006 




3.5 


.008 




2.75 


.010 




2.25 


.012 




1.75 


.015 




1.5 


020 




1.125 



For Laminum Shims, see Page 24. 




Standard Weight Lead Coated, 12 to 15 pounds of lead per 100 square feet both sides. 

(6 to 7Yz lbs. each side) 
Invoiced at actual weight of copper before lead coating. 
COLD ROLLED HOT ROLLED 

16 Ounce 16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S 24 Stubs .0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S 24 Stubs 



Sheet Size 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wglit Per 
Sheet 


Sheet Size 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
Sheet 


30x 96 


2.50 


20.0 


30x 96 


2.50 


20.0 


36x 96 


3.00 


24.0 


36x 96 


3.00 


24.0 


36x120 


3.00 


30.0 


30x120 


2.50 


25.0 


Shim Steel 












•HSfefc^V 


Hfci 









Chromium Plated Sheet Copper 



ROLLS— 6 INCHES WIDE 




Thickness 


Weigrht Per 
Lin. Foot 


Lin. Feet 
Per Pound 


.002 


.0408 


24.510 


.003 


.0612 


16.340 


.004 


.0816 


12.255 


.005 


.1020 


9.804 


.006 


.1224 


8.170 


.007 


.1434 


6.972 


.008 


.1594 


6.177 


.009 


.1913 


5.446 


.010 


.2040 


4.902 


.015 


.3060 


3.268 



Polished Chromium Finish One Side 



COLD ROLLED 



16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S 24 Stubs 



Sheet Size 
24x96 
30x96 
36x96 



Wgrht Per Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. Sheet 



2.00 
2.50 
3.00 



16.0 
20.0 
24.0 



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24 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Brass Laminum Strips 



Brass Shim Stock Assortments 



Strip Assortments 



Practical assortments of shim brass in screw top cans. Particularly 
selected to meet the requirements of Service Stations, Garages, Re- 
pair Shops and Accessory Stores which continually use very thin 
brass in various thicknesses. 




Assortment A — 250 Sq. In. 

1 Strip each 2Vz" x 25" 

Assortment B — 500 Sq. In. 

2 Strips each 2W x 25" 



Each $1.50 
.002", .005", 010", .015" Thickness 

Each $2.25 
.002", .005", .010", .015" Thickness 



Shimming Brass 

Individual Strips 

Finest quality shim brass for service work. Put up in Rolls of 600 
square inches. Wrapped in Special Paper. Each roll plainly marked 
with size and thickness. 



SHIMMING BRASS 



Thickness 

.cor 


Width 

6" 


Ii en g- tli 

100" 


Price 

Per Roll 

$2.50 


.002" 


6" 


100" 


2.25 


.003" 


6" 


100" 


2.25 


.005" 


6" 


100" 


2.25 


.010" 


6" 


100" 


2.50 


.002" 


2i/ 2 " 


25" 


.25 


.005" 


2 1/2" 


25" 


.25 




No. 1 Assortment Each $3.25 

1 Strip each size — 2" x 9" %" , tV\ sV — .002" Laminum 

No. 2 Assortment... Each 3.00 

1 Strip each size— 2" x 9" %* \ iV, a-/'— .003" Laminum 

No. 3 Assortment Each 2.25 

3 Strips 2" x 9" x £*" — .002" Laminum 

No. 4 Assortment ... Each 2.00 

3 Strips 2" x 9" x 32 "—.003" Laminum 

No. 5 Assortment Each 1.35 

3 Strips 2" x 9" x w* H — .002" Laminum 

No. 6 Assortment Each 1.25 

3 Strips 2" x 9" x eV — .003" Laminum 

No. 7 Assortment (Not Laminated) Each 1.25 

1 Strip each 2 l / 2 " x 25" .002", .005", .007", .010" thickness 

No. 8 Assortment (Not Laminated) Each .60 

1 Strip each size 4" x 6W .002", .003", .005", .007", .010" 
thickness. 



Laminum 6-Inch by 36-Inch Sheets 



Laminum 2-Inch by 9-Inch Strips 



All .002" Laminations 



All .003" Laminations 



Thickness 



Thickness 

.006" 

M>4" 
%2" 

% " 



Price Each Thickness 



I 1.55 

3.40 

6.75 

13.00 

25.50 



%4 
%2" 

Vie" 
% " 



Price Each 

$ 3.00 

5.95 

11.50 

23.00 



Half .002" Laminations— Half Solid Half .003" Laminations — Half Solid 
i/ 1(i " 9.90 Vie" 8.85 

V 8 " 18.80 Vs " 16.75 

-V Thickness and less — cut with hand shears. 
Thicker than :tV— cut with hack saw. 



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y 8 " 



All .002" Laminations 



All .003" Laminations 



Half .002" Laminations— Half Solid 



Half .003" Laminations—Half Solid 



Price Each 

$ .80 
.70 



.50 
.45 



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2.00 
1.10 



1.80 
.95 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



25 



Wg-ht Per Wffnt Per 
Sheet Size I>in. Pt. Sheet 

10 Ounce 

.0134 Dec. In. #27 B&S #29 Stubs 
30x % 1.562 12.5 

12 Ounce 

.0162 Dec. In. #26 B&S #27 Stubs 
30x % 1.875 15. 

14 Ounce 

.0189 Dec. In. #25 B&S #26 Stubs 

24x % 1.75 14.0 

30x 96 2.187 17.5 

30x120 2.187 21.87 

36x 96 2.625 21. 

36x120 2.625 26.25 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 
24x 96 2.00 16. 

24x120 2.00 20. 

30x 96 2.50 20. 

30x120 2.50 25. 



36x 96 


3.00 


24 


36x120 


3.00 


30 


48x 96 


4.00 


32 



18 Ounce 

.0243 Dec. In. #22 B&S #23 Stubs 
24x 96 2,25 18. 

24x120 2.25 22.5 

30x 96 2.812 22.5 

30x120 2.812 28.13 



36x 96 
36x120 



3.375 
3.375 



27. 
33.75 



20 Ounce 

.027 Dec. In. #21 B&S #22 Stubs 

24x 96 2.50 20. 

30x 96 3.125 25. 

30x120 3.125 31.25 

36x 96 375 30. 

36x120 3.75 37.5 

24 Ounce {V32 Inch) 

.0324 Dec. In. #20 B&S #21 Stubs 
24x 96 3.00 24. 

30x 96 3.75 30. 

30x120 3.75 37.5 



36x 96 


4.50 


36 


36x120 


4.50 


45 


48x 96 


6.00 


48 



28 Ounce 

.0378 Dec. In. #19 B&S #20 Stubs 
30x120 4.375 43.75 

36x120 5.25 52.50 

32 Ounce 

.0432 Dec. In. #17 B&S #19 Stubs 

24x 96 4.00 32. 

30x 96 5.00 40. 

30x120 5.00 50. 

36x 96 6.00 48. 

36x120 6.00 60. 



48x 96 


8.00 


64 


48x120 


8.00 


80 


60x 96 


10.00 


80 


60x120 


10.00 


100 



Cold Rolled Sheet Copper (Cornice) 




Rolled to weight per Square Foot in Ounces 



Sheet Size 



Wffht Per Wgfht Per 
fcin. Pt. Sheet 



36 Ounce 

.0486 Dec. In. #16 B&S #18 Stubs 
30x 96 5.625 45. 

36x 96 6.75 54. 

48x 96 9.00 72. 

40 Ounce (2V 2 lb.) 

.054 Dec. In. #15 B&S #17 Stubs 

30x 96 6.25 50. 

36x 96 7.50 60. 

36x120 7.50 75. 



48x 96 


10.00 


80 


48x120 


10.00 


100 


60x 96 


12.50 


100 



48 Ounce (3 lb.) 
.0648 Dec, In. #14 B&S #16 Stubs 
24x 96 6.0 48. 

30x 96 7.5 60. 

36x 96 9.0 72. 

36x120 9.0 90. 



48x 96 


12.0 


96 


48x120 


12.0 


120 


60x 96 


15.0 


120 


60x120 


15.0 


150 



4 Pound (64 oz.) 

.0864 Dec. In. # 1 1 B&S # 14 Stubs 
48x 96 16.0 128. 
48x120 16.0 160. 
60x 96 20.0 160. 
60x120 20.0 200. 

4V2 Pound (72 oz.) 

.0972 Dec. In. #10 B&S #13 Stubs 

48x120 18.0 180. 

60x 96 22.5 180. 

60x120 22.5 225. 

5 Pound (80 oz.) 

.1080 Dec, In. #10 B&S #12 Stubs 
48x 96 20. 160. 

48x120 20. 200. 

60x120 25. 250. 

6 Pound {W) 

.1296 Dec. In. #8 B&S #10 Stubs 
48x 96 24. 192. 

48x120 24. 240. 

60x 96 30. 240. 

60x120 30. 300. 

9 Pound 

.1944 Dec. In. #4 B&S #6 Stubs 
60x 96 45. 360. 

60x120 45. 450. 

12 Pound (i/ 4 ") 
.2592 Dec. In. #2 B&S #3 Stubs 
24x 96 24.0 192. 

3 /s" (17.38 lbs. Sq. Ft.) 
24x 96 34.75 278. 

36x 96 52.13 417. 

V2" (23.26 lbs. Sq. Ft.) 
24x 96 46.52 372. 



COLD ROLLED SHEET COPPER 
Tinned One Side 

Wffht Per Wgfht Per 
Sheet Size Kin. Pt. Sheet 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 
30x 96 2.50 20. 

30x120 2.50 25. 

36x 96 3.00 24, 

36x120 3.00 30. 

18 Ounce 

.0243 Dec, In. #22 B&S #23 Stubs 
30x 96 2.812 22.5 

36x 96 3.375 27. 

20 Ounce 

.027 Dec. In. #21 B&S #22 Stubs 
30x 96 3.125 25. 

36x 96 3.75 30. 

24 Ounce 

.0324 Dec. In. #20 B&S #21 Stubs 
30x 96 3.75 30. 

36x 96 4.50 36. 

32 Ounce 

.0432 Dec. In. #17 B&S #19 Stubs 
36x 96 6.00 48. 



Tinned Two Sides 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 
30x 96 2.50 20. 

36x 96 3.00 24. 

18 Ounce 

.0243 Dec. In. #22 B&S #23 Stubs 
30x 96 2.812 22.5 

36x 96 3.375 27. 

20 Ounce 

.027 Dec. In. #21 B&S #22 Stubs 
30x 96 3.125 25. 

36x 96 3.75 30. 

24 Ounce 

.0324 Dec. In. #20 B&S #21 Stubs 
36x 96 4.50 36. 

32 Ounce 

.0432 Dec. In. #17 B&S #19 Stubs 
36x 96 6.00 48. 



Polished One Side 

14 Ounce 

.0189 Dec. In. #25 B&S #26 Stubs 
30x 96 2.187 17.5 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 
30x 96 2.5 20. 

36x 96 3.0 24. 



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Hot Rolled (Soft) Sheet Copper 




Wght Per Wght Per 
Sheet Size Iiin, Ft. Sheet 


mea to weignt per bquare Jroot in L 

Wght Per Wght Per 
Sheet Size Lin. Ft. Sheet 


12 Ounce 


36 Ounce 


.0162 Dec. In. #26 B&S #27 Stubs 
30x 96 1.875 15. 


.0486 Dec. In. #16 B&S #18 Stubs 
30x 96 5.625 45. 
36x 96 6.75 54. 



14 Ounce 

.0189 Dec. In. #25 B&S #26 Stubs 

24x 96 1.75 14. 

30x 96 2.187 17.5 

30x120 2.187 21.87 

36x 96 2.625 21. 

36x120 2.625 26.25 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 

24x 96 2.00 16. 

24x120 2.00 20. 

30x 96 2.50 20. 

30x120 2.50 25. 



36x 96 


3.00 


24 


36x120 


3.00 


30 


48x 96 


4.00 


32 



18 Ounce 

.0243 Dec. In. #22 B&S #23 Stubs 

24x 96 2.25 18. 

30x 96 2.812 22.5 

30x120 2.812 28.12 

36x 96 3.375 27. 

36x120 3.375 33.75 



20 Ounce 

.027 Dec. In. #21 B&S #22 Stubs 

24x 96 2.50 20. 

30x 96 3.125 25. 

30x120 3.125 31.25 

36x 96 3.75 30. 

36x120 3.75 37.5 

24 Ounce 

.0324 Dec. In. #20 B&S #21 Stubs 
24x 96 3.00 24. 

30x 96 3.75 30. 

30x120 3.75 37.5 



36x 96 


4.50 


36 


36x120 


4.50 


45 


48x 96 


6.00 


48 



28 Ounce 

.0378 Dec. In. #19 B&S #20 Stubs 
30x120 4.375 43.75 

36x120 5.25 52.50 

32 Ounce {2 lb.) 
.0432 Dec. In. #17 B&S #19 Stubs 

24x 96 4.00 32. 

30x 96 5.00 40 

30x120 5.00 50. 

36x 96 6.00 48. 

36x120 6.00 60. 



48x 96 


8.00 


64 


48x120 


8.00 


80 


60x 96 


10.00 


80 


60x120 


10.00 


100 



2V2 Pound (40 oz.) 
.054 Dec. In. #15 B&S #17 Stubs 

30x 96 6.25 50. 

36x 96 7.50 60. 

48x 96 10.00 80. 

48x120 10.00 100. 

60x 96 12.50 100. 

3 Pound (48 oz.) 

.0648 Dec. In. #14 B&S #16 Stubs 

30x 96 7.5 60. 

36x 96 9.0 72. 

36x120 9.0 90. 



48x 96 


12.0 


96. 


48x120 


12.0 


120 


60x 96 


15.0 


120 


60x120 


15.0 


150 



3 r /2 Pound {56 oz.) 

.0756 Dec. In. #13 B&S #15 Stubs 

48x 96 14.0 112. 

60x120 17.5 175. 

4 Pound (64 oz.) 

.0864 Dec. In. #11 B&S #14 Stubs 
48x 96 16. 128. 

48x120 16. 160. 

60x 96 20. 160. 

60x120 20. 200. 

41/2 Pound (72 oz.) 

.0972 Dec. In. #10 B&S #13 Stubs 

48x 96 18. 144. 

60x 96 22.5 180. 

60x120 22.5 225. 

5 Pound (80 oz.) 

.1080 Dec. In. #10 B&S #12 Stubs 
48x 96 20. 160. 

48x120 20. 200. 

60x 96 25. 200. 

60x120 25. 250. 

6 Pound {W\ 

.1296 Dec. In. #8 B&S #10 Stubs 

48x 96 24. 192. 

48x120 24. 240. 

48x144 24. 288. 

60x 96 30. 240. 

60x120 30. 300. 



7 Pound 

.1512 Dec. In. #7 B&S 
60x120 35. 

8 Pound 

.1728 Dec. In. #5 B&S 
48x 96 32. 

60x 96 40. 

60x120 40. 



#9 Stubs. 
350. 



#7 Stubs 
256. 
320. 

400. 



Sheet Size 


Wght Per 
Lin. Ft. 

9 Pound 


Wg-ht Per 
Sheet 


1944 Dec. In 


. #4 B&S 


#6 Stubs 


60x 96 


45. 


360. 


60x120 


45. 


450. 


72x120 


54. 


540. 


72x144 


54. 
10 Pound 


648. 


.216 Dec. In 


#4 B&S 


#5 Stubs 


48x 96 


40. 


320. 


60x 96 


50. 


400. 


60x144 


50. 


600. 



11 Pound 

.2376 Dec. In. #3 B&S #4 Stubs 
60x120 55.0 550. 

12 Pound ( 1/4") 

.2592 Dec. In. #2 B&S #3 Stubs 
48x 96 48, 384. 

60x 96 60. 480. 

60x120 60. 600. 

72x144 72. 864. 

%" (17.38 lbs. Sq. Ft.) 
48 x 96 69.5 556. 

W (23.26 lbs. Sq. Ft.) 
36x 96 69.5 556. 



Cold Rolled Strip Copper 

PARALLEL EDGE 




For Leader, Gutter, Flashing, and 
General Roofing Purposes. 

Rolled to weight in oz. per sq. ft. 



Sheet Size 


Wg-ht Per 
Lin. Pt. 

16 Ounce 


Wg-ht Per 
Sheet 


.0216 Dec. In 


. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 


9<y 1G xl20 


.828 


8.28 


10 xl20 


.833 


8.33 


12 xl20 


1.00 


10.00 


13 xl20 


1.083 


10.83 


13 y 8 xl20 


1.093 


10.93 


14 X 120 


1.167 


11.67 


15 xl20 


1.25 


12.50 


16 1/4 xl20 


1.354 


13.54 


16 1{> xl20 


1.375 


13.75 


19 1/2 xl20 


1.625 


16.25 



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Cold Rolled Annealed (Soft) Copper in Rolls 




About 50 Pounds Per Roll 



Width 
Inches 



Wg-ht 
Lin. Ft. 



Appro x. Lin. 
Ft. 50 Lb. Boll 



10 Ounce 

.0135 Dec. In. #27 B&S #29 Stubs 

12 .625 80 

12 Ounce 

.0162 Dec. In. #26 B&S #27 Stubs 

12 .750 67 

14 .875 57 

14 Ounce 

.019 Dec. In. #25 B&S #26 Stubs 

12 .875 57 

14 1.02 49 

16 1.16 43 

18 1.31 38 

20 1.45 34 

16 Ounce 

.0216 Dec. In. #23 B&S #24 Stubs 

6 .50 100 

8 .666 75 

10 .833 60 

12 1.00 50 

14 1.16 43 



16 


1.33 


37 


18 


1.50 


33 


20 


1.66 


30 



18 Ounce 

.0243 Dec. In. #22 B&S #23 Stubs 

12 1.125 44 

14 1.312 38 

16 1.50 33 

18 1.687 30 

20 1.875 27 



Width 
Inches 


Wg-ht Approx. Lin. 
Lin. Ft. Ft. 50 Lb. Boll 




20 Ounce 




.027 Dec. 


In. #21 B&S #22 Stubs 


12 
14 
16 
18 


1.25 
1.458 
1.666 
1.875 

24 Ounce 


40 
34 
30 
27 


.0324 Dec 


In. #20 B&S #21 Stubs 


12 
14 
16 

18 
20 


1.50 
1.75 
2.00 

2.25 . 
2.50 


33 
28 
25 
22 

20 



28 Ounce 

.0378 Dec. In. #19 B&S #20 Stubs 
20 2.90 17 

32 Ounce 

.0432 Dec. In. # 17 B&S # 19 Stubs 

12 2.00 25 

14 2.333 21 

16 2.666 18 

18 3.000 16 

20 3.333 15 





36 Ounce 




0486 Dec. 


In. #16 B&S 


#18 Stubs 


12 


2.25 


22 


14 


2.62 


19 


16 


3.00 


17 


18 


3.37 


15 



Extra Thin Roll Copper 

Suitable for all shimming purposes. 
B&S Gauge — Random Length Rolls 



Thickness 
Dec. Inch 


Wg-ht Fer 
Lin. Ft. 


No. Feet 
Per Lb. 




ROLLS 6" WIDE 




.001 




.0231 


43.2 


.002 




.0462 


21.6 


.003 




.0693 


14.4 


.004 




.0924 


10.8 


.005 




.1150 


8.6 


.006 




.1386 


7.2 


.008 




.1848 


5.4 


.010 




.2300 


4.3 


.012 




.2772 


3.6 


.015 




.3450 


2.9 


.020 




.4600 


2.2 




ROLLS 12" WIDE 




.003 




.1386 


7.2 


.005 




.2300 


4.3 


.006 




.2778 


3.6 


.008 




.3704 


2.7 


.010 




.4630 


2.2 


.012 




.5544 


1.8 


.015 




.6900 


1.5 


.020 




.9200 


1.1 



HARD COPPER IN ROLLS 



Thickness 
Dec. Inch 



Wg^ht Fer 
Lin. Ft. 



No. oi Ft. 
Fer 1 Lb. 



ROLLS 6" WIDE 
.005 .1155 



.005 
.006 
,010 



ROLLS 12" WIDE 

.231 

.2778 
.4630 



8,6 



4.3 
3.6 
2.2 






Spring Brush Copper 

Brown & Sharpe Gauge 

Width B&S Decimal Wg-ht Lbs. 
Inch Ga. No. Inch 100 Feet 



Flat Nickel Silver Sheet 



Uf 


30 


.010 


1.980 




36 


.005 


.969 


7 \ 


30 


.010 


2.421 




36 


.005 


1.212 


:; , 


30 


.010 


2.911 




36 


.005 


1.539 


[ 


30 


.010 


3.880 




36 


.005 


1.942 


l 4 


30 


.010 


4.801 




36 


.005 


2.403 


[% 


30 


.010 


5.860 




36 


.005 


2.91] 


y 


30 


.010 


7.760 


« 


36 


.005 


3.884 



18 Per Cent 
HALF HARD— B&S GAUGE 

Lengths about 6 Feet 




Wg*ht Fer 
Lin. Ft. 



Thickness 
Gauffe No. 

SHEETS 6" WIDE 

14 1.458 

16 1.157 

18 .922 

20 .728 

22 .577 



24 

26 

28 
30 



.458 
.363 
.288 

.228 



Wg-ht Fer 
6 Ft. Sheet 



8.75 
6.94 

5.53 
4.37 
3.46 

2.75 
2.18 
1.73 
1.37 



18 Per Cent— Polished One Side 
QUARTER HARD TEMPER 

Thickness — Weight in Ozs. Per Sq. Ft. 



Thicknes 


s B&S Dec. i 


ft.pprox. Wt 


Ounces 


Gaug-e Inch 
SHEETS 24x96 


Fer Sheet 


14 


24 .0196 


14.0 


16 


23 .0224 
SHEETS 30x96 


16.0 


14 


24 .0196 


17.5 


16 


23 .0224 


20.0 


18 


22 .0252 


22.5 


20 


21 .0281 


25.0 



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Phosphor Bronze Sheets— Spring Temper 




Brown & Sharpe Gauge — Sheets about 6 Feet Long 



Thickness 
Ga. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght libs. Per 
6 Ft. Sheet 


Thickness 
Ga. No. 

SHEETS 6" WIDE 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wg-ht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wg-ht libs. Per 
6 Ft. Sheet 


% 


.25 


5.800 


34.80 


20 


.03196 


.724 


4.34 


'Tl6 


.1875 


4.350 


26.10 


21 


.02846 


.653 


3.91 


% 


.1250 


2.900 


17.40 


22 


.02535 


.574 


3.44 


10 


.1019 


2.308 


13.84 


24 


.02010 


.455 


2.73 


12 


.08081 


1.830 


10.98 


26 


.01594 


.361 


2.16 


14 


.06408 


1.451 


8.70 


28 


.01264 


.286 


1.71 


16 


.05082 


1.151 


6.90 


30 


.01003 


.227 


1.36 


17 


.04526 


1.025 


6.15 


32 


.00795 


.180 


1.08 


18 


.04030 


.913 


5.47 


34 


.00630 


.145 


.87 


19 


.03589 


.812 


4.87 


36 
SHEETS 12" WIDE 


.00500 


.115 


.69 


Vh 


.1250 


5.800 


34.80 


20 


.03196 


1.448 


8.68 


10 


.1019 


4.616 


27.69 


22 


.02535 


1.148 


6.88 


12 


.08081 


3.661 


21.96 


24 


.02010 


.910 


5.46 


14 


.06408 


2.903 


17.41 


26 


.01594 


.722 


4.33 


16 


.05082 


2.302 


13.81 


28 


.01264 


.572 


3.43 


18 


.04030 


1.826 


10.95 


30 


.01003 


.454 


2.72 



Commercial Bronze Sheets — Half Hard 



Thickness 
Ga. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


14 
16 


.06408 
.05082 


% 
14 
16 
18 

20 


.125 

.06408 

.05082 

.04030 

.03196 


14 
16 
18 


.06408 
.05082 
.04030 


14 
16 


.06408 
.05082 


14 
16 

18 


.06408 
.05082 
.04030 


14 
16 
18 


.06408 
.05082 

.04030 


14 
16 


.125 

.06408 

.05082 




Brown & Sharpe Gauge — Sheets about 8 Feet Long 



Wg-ht Per Wght Lbs. Per 
Lin. Pt. 8 Pt. Sheet 



2.456 
1.957 



5.96 
2.94 
2.35 
1.86 

1.47 



3.44 
2.74 
2.16 



3.93 
3.13 



4.42 
3.52 
2.78 



4.91 
3.91 
3.09 



11.91 
5.88 

4.70 



19.65 
15.66 



47.68 
23.52 
18.80 
14.88 

11.76 



27.52 
21.92 
17.28 



31.44 
25.04 



35.36 
28.16 

22.24 



39.28 
31.28 
24.72 



95.28 
47.04 
37.60 



SHEETS 10" WIDE 



SHEETS 12" WIDE 



Thickness 
Ga. No. 



18 



SHEETS 14" WIDE 



SHEETS 16" WIDE 



SHEETS 18" WIDE 



SHEETS 20" WIDE 



SHEETS 24" WIDE 



22 
24 
26 

28 



20 
22 
24 



18 
20 



20 
22 



20 
22 
24 



18 
20 
22 



Decimal 
Inch 



.04030 



.02535 
.02010 
.01594 
.01264 



.03196 

.02535 
.02010 



.04030 
.03196 



.03196 
.02535 



,03196 
.02535 

.02010 



.04030 
.03196 
.02535 



Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 



1.546 



1.116 
.927 
.733 
.580 



1.72 
1.36 
1.08 



2.48 
1.96 



2.21 
1.75 



2.46 
1.94 
1.54 



3.72 
2.94 
2.32 



Wg-ht Lbs. Per 
8 Ft. Sheet 



12.37 



8.93 
7.42 
5.86 
4.64 



13.76 

10.88 
8.64 



19.84 
15.68 



17.68 
14.00 



19.68 
15.52 
12.32 



29.76 
23.52 
18.56 



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18 & 8 Chromium — Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Stainless Type No. 302 



\i 



Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 



Wgrht Per 
Sheet 



Sheet Size 

26 USS GAUGE— .018 

24x 96 1.575 12.60 

30x 96 1.968 15.75 

36x 96 2.362 18.90 

36x120 2.362 23.62 

24 USS GAUGE— .025 

30x 96 2.625 21.00 

36x 96 3.150 25.20 

36x120 3.150 31.50 

22 USS GAUGE— .03125 

30x 96 3,281 26.25 

36x 96 3.937 31.50 

36x120 3.937 39.37 




No. 2 B Finish— Bright^Cold Rolled 



Wg*ht Per 
Lin. Pt. 



Wg*ht Per 
Sheet 



Sheet Size 

20 USS GAUGE— .0375 

30x 96 3.937 31.50 

36x 96 4.725 37.80 

36x120 4.725 47.25 

48x120 6.300 63.00 

18 USS GAUGE— .050 

36x 96 6.300 50.40 

36x120 6.300 63.00 

48x120 8.400 84.00 

16 USS GAUGE— .0625 

30x 96 6.562 52,50 

36x 96 7.875 63.00 

36x120 7.875 78.75 

48x120 10.500 105.00 



Wgrht Per Wgrht Per 
Sheet Size Lin. Pt. Sheet 

14 USS GAUGE— .0781 

36x 96 9.844 78.75 

36x120 9.844 98.44 

48x120 13.125 131.25 

12 USS GAUGE— .1093 

36x 96 13.781 110.25 

36x120 13.781 137.81 

48x120 18.375 183.75 

11 USS GAUGE— .1250 

36x 96 15.75 126.00 

36x120 15.75 157.50 

48x120 21.00 210.00 



Sheet Size 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
Sheet 


26 USS GAUGE— .018 


24x 96 


1.575 


12.60 


24x120 


1.575 


15.75 


30x 96 


1.968 


15.75 


30x120 


1.968 


19.68 


36x 96 


2.362 


18.90 


36x120 


2.362 


23.62 


24 USS GAUGE- 


-.025 


24x 96 


2.100 


16.80 


24x120 


2.100 


21,00 


30x 96 


2.625 


21.00 


30x120 


2.625 


26.25 


36x 96 


3.150 


25.20 


36x120 


3.150 


31.50 


22 USS GAUGE—. 


03125 


24x 96 


2.625 


21.00 


30x 96 


3.281 


26.25 


30x120 


3.281 


32.81 


36x 96 


3.937 


31.50 


36x120 


3.937 


39.37 



No. 4 Finish- 


-Polished One Sid 


sheet Size 


Wg-ht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wg*ht Per 
Sheet 


20 USS GAUGE— .0375 


24x 96 


3.150 


25.20 


30x 96 


3.937 


31.50 


30x120 


3.937 


39.37 


36x 96 


4.725 


37.80 


36x120 


4.725 


47.25 


48x120 


6.300 


63.00 


18 USS GAUGE— .050 


30x120 


5.250 


52.50 


36x 96 


6.300 


50.40 


36x120 


6.300 


63.00 


48x 96 


8.400 


67.20 


48x120 


8.400 


84.00 



16 USS GAUGE— .0625 

24x 96 5.25 42.00 

30x 96 6.562 52.50 

30x120 6.562 65.62 

36x 96 7.875 63.00 



36x120 


7.875 


78.75 


48x 96 


10.500 


84.00 


48x120 


10.500 


105.00 



For Chemical and Physical Properties, see Pages 232, 233. 

For other Satinless Steel material and accessories see index, Page 8. 



Sheet Size 

14 USS GAUGE 



Wg-ht Per Wg*ht Per 
Lin. Ft. Sheet 



-.0781 



30x120 
36x 96 
36x120 
48x 96 
48x120 



8.203 
9.844 
9.844 
13.125 
13.125 



82.03 ' 

78.75 

98.44 

105.00 

131.25 



12 USS GAUGE— .1093 



30x 96 


11.484 


91.87 


36x 96 


13.781 


110.25 


36x120 


13.781 


137.81 


48x 96 


18.375 


147.00 


48x120 


18.375 


183.75 



11 USS GAUGE— .1250 

36x120 15.75 157.50 

48x120 21.00 210.00 



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Flat Plate Aluminum— Half Hard 




Sheets #8 and Thicker designated as plate. 
Temper designation 2S4 (2SV2H) 



Thickness 
In. or Ga. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Ft. 


Wgrht Per 
Sheet 




PLATES 12"x72" 




% 


.500 
.4375 
.375 
.3125 


7.04 
6.16 
5.28 
4.40 


42.24 
36.96 
31.68 

26.40 


9ie 
6 

8 


.250 
.1875 
.1620 
.1285 


3.52 
2.64 
2.28 
1.81 


21.12 
15.84 
13.68 
10.86 




PLATES 24"x36" 




1 

% 

% 


1.00 
.750 

.625 


28.18 
21.12 
17.60 


84.54 
63.36 
52.80 



Thickness 
In. or 6a. No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht Per 
Sheet 




PLATES 24"x72" 




% 
5 /l6 


.500 
.375 
.3125 
.250 


14.08 

10.56 

8.80 

7.04 


84.48 
63.36 
52.80 
42.24 


%6 

6 

8 


.1875 

.1620 
.1285 


5.28 
4.56 
3.62 


31.68 
27.36 
21.72 




PLATES 36"xl20" 




3 /l6 

6 

8 


.1875 
.1620 

.1285 


7.92 
6.84 
5.43 


79.20 
68.40 
54.30 



Flat Sheet Aluminum— Half Hard 




Temper Designation 2S4 (2Sy2H) 

Brown 6c Sharpe Gauge 



Graugfe 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgfht Per 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht Lbs. 
Per Sheet 


Graugre 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 


Wgrht Lbs. 
Per Sheet 




SHEETS 12 


"x72" 






SHEETS 30"x96" 




10 


.1019 


1.44 


8.64 


14 


.0641 


2.26 


18.1 


12 


.0808 


1.14 


6.84 


16 


.0508 


1.79 


14.3 


14 


.0641 


.903 


5.42 


18 


.0403 


1.42 


11.4 


16 


.0508 


,716 


4.30 


20 


.0320 


1.13 


9.04 










22 


.0253 


.893 


7.14 


18 


.0403 


.568 


3.41 


24 


.0201 


.708 


5.7 


20 


.0320 


.450 


2.70 


26 


.0159 


.563 


4.5 


22 


.0253 


.357 


2.14 


28 


.0126 


.445 


3.6 


24 


.0201 


.283 


1.70 


30 


.0100 


.353 


2.82 


26 


.0159 


.225 


1.36 




SHEETS 36 


"xl20" 




28 


.0126 


.178 


1.07 


10 


.1019 


4.32 


43.2 


30 


.0100 


.141 


.85 


12 
14 


.0808 
.0641 


3.42 

2.71 


34.2 
27.1 


32 


.0080 


.113 


.68 


16 


.0508 


2.15 


21.5 




SHEETS 24 


"x72" 




18 


.0403 


1.70 


17.0 










20 


.0320 


1.35 


13.5 


10 


.1019 


2.88 


17.3 


22 


.0253 


1.07 


10.7 


11 


.0907 


2.56 


15.4 


24 


.0201 


.849 


8.5 


12 


.0808 


2.28 


13.7 


26 


.0159 


.675 


6.75 


14 


.0641 


1.80 


10.8 


28 


.0126 


.534 


5.3 


16 


.0508 


1.43 


8.6 


30 


.0100 


.423 


4.2 


18 


.0403 


1.13 


6.78 




SHEETS 48"xl44" 




20 


.0320 


.900 


5.4 


14 


.0641 


3.61 


43.3 


22 


.0253 


.714 


4.3 


16 

18 


.0508 
.0403 


2.86 
2.27 


34.3 
27.2 


24 


.0201 


.570 


3.4 


20 


.0320 


1.80 


21.6 


26 


.0159 


.450 


2.7 


22 


.0253 


1.43 


17.2 


28 


.0126 


.356 


2.2 




SHEETS 60' 


'xl44" 




30 


.0100 


.282 


1.7 


14 


.0641 


4.52 


54.24 


32 


.0080 


.226 


1.4 


16 


.0508 


3.58 


43.0 


34 


.0063 


.176 


1.1 


18 
20 

Ml 


.0403 
.0320 


2.84 
2.25 


34.1 
27. 


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16 



SHEETS 36"x96" 

.0508 2.15 




Gauge 
No. 


Decimal Wgrht Per 
Inch Lin. Ft. 


wgrht Lbs 

Per Sheet 




SHEETS 24 


'x72" 




14 
16 
18 
20 


.0641 

.0508 
.0403 
.0320 


1.80 
1.42 
1.13 
.900 


10.8 
8.5 
6.78 
5.4 


22 
24 
26 

28 


.0253 
.0201 
.0159 
.0126 


.714 

.570 
.450 
.356 


4.3 
3.4 
2.7 
2.2 




SHEETS 30 


"x96" 




16 
18 
20 


.0508 
.0403 
.0320 


1.79 
1.42 

1.13 


14.3 
11.4 

9.04 


22 
24 
26 


.0253 
.0201 
.0159 


.893 
.708 
.563 


7.14 

5.7 

4.5 




Temper designation 2S0 

Note: Weight is by Lineal Foot 



17.2 



Gauge 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 


wgrht Lbs 

Per Sheet 




SHEETS 36 


'x!20" 




6 


.1620 


6.84 


68.40 


8 


.1285 


5.43 


54.30 


10 


.1019 


4.32 


43.20 


12 


.0808 


3,42 


34.2 


14 


.0641 


2.71 


27.10 


16 


.0508 


2.15 


21.50 


18 


.0403 


1.70 


17.00 


20 


.0320 


1.35 


13.50 


22 


.0253 


1.07 


10.70 


24 


.0201 


.849 


8.49 


26 


.0159 


.675 


6.75 




SHEETS 48 


"xl2Q" 




14 


.0641 


3,61 


36.10 


16 


.0508 


2.86 


28.60 


18 


.0403 


2.27 


22.70 



Coiled Sheet Aluminum — Soft 




Temper designation 2S0 

Brown 6c Sharpe Gauge 



For use in Spinning — Deep Drawing — Roofing 



Gaug-e 


Decimal 


Wgrht Per 


Gaugre 


No. 


Inch 
12" WIDE 


Lin. Ft. 


No. 


14 


.0641 


.903 


16 


16 


.0508 


.716 


18 


18 


.0403 


.568 


20 


20 


.0320 


.450 




22 


.0253 


.357 


14 


24 


.0201 


.283 


16 


26 


.0159 


.225 


18 


28 


.0126 


.178 


20 




14" WIDE 




22 
24 


18 


.0403 


.663 


26 


20 


.0320 


.525 


28 



Decimal 
Inch 

16" WIDE 

.0508 
.0403 
.0320 

18" WIDE 

.0641 

.0508 
.0403 
.0320 

.0253 

.0201 
.0159 

.0126 



Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 



.955 
.757 
.600 



1.355 

1.074 

.852 

.675 

.536 
.425 
.338 
.267 



G-augre 
No. 


Decimal 
Inch 

20" WIDE 


Wgrht Per 
Lin. Pt. 


16 


.0508 


1.194 


18 


.0403 


.946 


20 


.0320 


.750 


22 


.0253 


.595 


24 


.0201 
24" WIDE 


.472 


16 


.0508 


1.432 


18 


.0403 


1.136 


20 


.0320 


.900 


22 


.0253 


.714 



Flat Sheet Duralumin 

Temper designation 17ST 



inge 


Decimal 


Wgrht Per 


Wgrht Lfcs. 


NO. 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


Per Sheet 




SHEETS 24"xI20" 




30 


.0100 


.30 


3.0 




SHEETS 36"xl20" 




10 


.1019 


4.38 


43.8 


11 


.0907 


3.96 


39.6 


12 


.0808 


3.54 


35.4 


14 


.0641 


2.82 


28.2 


16 


.0508 


2.25 


22.5 


18 


.0403 


1.80 


18.0 


20 


.0320 


1.38 


13.8 


77 


.0253 


1.14 


11.4 


24 


.0201 


.90 


9.0 


26 


.0159 


.72 


7.2 



Gaugre 
No. 



10 
14 
18 



16 
18 

20 



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Inch Lin. Ft. 


SHEETS 36' 


'xl44" 


.1019 


4.38 


.0641 


2.82 


.0403 


1.80 


SHEETS 48 


'xl44" 


.0508 


3.00 


.0403 


2.40 


.0320 


1.84 



SHEETS 60"xl44" 

.0508 3.75 



Wgrht Lbs. 
Per Sheet 



52.6 
33.8 

21.6 



36.0 

28.8 
22.08 



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Temper designation 17ST 

Conforms to U. S. Government specifications and is used extensively in Aeronautical work. 

Mild Steel. 

Brown & Sharpe Gauge 

Thickness 
In. or Ga. No. 

% 



Has a tensile strength comparable with that of 



Thickness 
In. or Ga. No. 


Decimal Wg-ht Per 
Inch Lin. Ft. 


Wg-ht Lbs. 
Per Plate 






PLATES 12"x36" 




2 




2.00 29. 
PLATES 12"x72" 


87.0 


%6 




.4375 6.30 


37.8 


% 




.250 3.62 


21.7 


%6 




.1875 2.76 


16.56 



Decimal Wg-ht Per 

Inch Lin. Ft. 

PLATES 24"x72" 

.500 14.68 

.4375 12.60 

.275 10.82 



.3125 

.250 

.1875 



9.00 
7.24 
5.52 



1% 

m 



% 
% 



Thickness 
Zinc. Ga, No. 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 



7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
14 
16 
24 
00 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



TJ.S.S. 

Gaug*e 
24 
24 



PLATES 24"x36" 

1.750 52.0 

1.500 43.5 

1.250 36.3 

1.000 29.0 



.875 
.750 
.625 



26.0 
21.5 
18.1 



156.0 

130.5 

108.9 

87.0 

78.0 
64.5 

54.3 



6 

8 

% 

8 

8 



PLATES 36"xl20" 

.250 10.86 

.1620 7.08 

.1285 5.61 

PLATES 36"xl44" 

.250 10.86 

.1875 8.28 

.1285 5.61 

PLATES 48"xl44" 

.1285 7.48 



Wffht Lbs. 
Per Plate 



88.1 
75.6 
64.9 

54.0 
43.4 

33.1 

108.6 
70.8 
56.1 

130.3 

99.4 
67.3 

89.8 



Sheet Zinc 




Plain Finish Sheet Zinc 

Decimal B&S Stubs 

Inch Gauge Gauge 

SHEETS 36"x84" 



Thickness by Zinc Gauge 



.008 32 33 

.010 30 31 

.012 28 30 

.014 27 28 

.016 26 27 

■018 25 26 

.020 24 25 

.024 22 23 

.028 21 22 

SHEETS 48"x96" 

.014 27 28 

■016 26 27 

.018 25 26 

.020 24 25 

.024 22 23 

•028 21 22 

-036 19 20 

.045 17 18 

.125 8 11 

•250 2 3 

SHEETS 48"xl08" 

.016 26 27 

•018 25 26 

■020 24 25 

-024 22 23 

•028 21 22 

Chrome Plated Steel 

POLISHED FINISH— ONE SIDE 

Decimal Sheet 

Inch Size 

.025 20x96 

.025 30x96 



Wg-ht Per 
Sheet 



6.30 
8.07 
9.45 
10.92 
12.60 
14.07 
15.75 
18.90 
22.05 

16.64 

19.20 
21.44 
24.00 
28.80 
33.60 
42.20 
53.76 
150.00 
300.00 

21.60 
24.12 

27.00 
32.40 
36.80 



Wght. Per 
Sheet 

14.0 
22.0 



Thickness 
Zinc. Ga. No. 



9 
9 
9 



Chromaloid Sheet Zinc 



Decimal B&S Stubs Sheet Wght Per 

Inch Gauge Gauge Size Sheet 

POLISHED CHROME FINISH ONE SIDE 
•018 25 26 30x96 13.5 

■018 25 26 36x72 12 

•018 25 26 36x96 16 



11 
11 
13 

5 



.024 
.024 
.032 

.010 

.018 



22 23 
22 23 
20 21 
12" Wide Coils. 



30x96 
36x96 
36x96 



9 
9 

11 
11 



SATIN FINISH— ONE SIDE 
25 26 36x96 

Nickeloid Sheet Zinc 

POLISHED NICKEL FINISH ONE S'DE 
■018 25 26 30x96 

-018 25 26 36x96 



.024 
.024 



22 
22 



23 

23 



30x96 
36x96 



18 

21.5 

28.7 



16 



13.5 
16 

18 
21.5 



Rolled Zinc Plates 

FOR BOILER AND SHIP REQUIREMENTS 



Thickness 


Plate 


Wt.Per 


Thickness 


Plate 


Wt. Per 


Inches 


Size 


Plate 


Inches 


Size 


Plate 


¥2 


6x12 


9 


% 


6x12 


14 


V2 


24x36 


112 


% 


24x36 


170 


V2 


24x48 


150 


% 


24x48 


225 


% 


24x48 


190 


1 


6x12 


18 








1 


24x36 


224 



SHEET LEAD— See Page 138. 



Zinc Bars 

Carried in Bars weighing about 3 pounds. Poured thin enough 
to be easily broken. 



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33 



Round Seamless Brass Tubes — Hard Drawn 



Outside Diameter 




Stubs Gauge 



Stocked in 12 Foot Lengths 
3 FOOT LENGTHS— SMALL SIZES 

No. 26 STUBS GAUGE— .018 WALL 



Size 


Wgrht. Wt. Per 




Size 


wgrht. 


Wt. Per 




Size 


Wffht. 


Wt. Per 


O. D. 


I. D . Un. Ft. 3 Ft. Iiarth 




O. 2>. 


I. D . Lin. Ft. 3 Ft. Lffth 




O. D. 


I. D. JmIjl. Ft. 3 Ft. ifftn 


%« 


.0265 


.0094 .028 




%e 


.1515 


.035 


.105 




5 /l6 


.2765 


.061 


.183 


%2 


.05775 


.016 .048 




%2 


.18275 


.042 


.126 




Mfe 


.30775 


.068 


.204 


% 


.089 


.022 .066 




% 


.214 


.048 


.144 




% 


.339 


.074 


.222 


%2 


.12025 


,029 .087 




%2 


.24525 


.055 


.165 




*%2 


.3702 


081 


.243 










12FOOTLENGTHS- 


-SMALL SIZES 












Six* 


Stabs 




Wffht. 


Wt. Fer 






Size 


Stubs 




Wffht. 




Wt. Per 


o.s. 


Oaug-e 


I. D. 


X.ln. Ft. 


13 Ft. Lffth 






O. D. 


Gauge 


I. D. 


Iiin. Ft. 12 Ft. Xifftn 


% 


#20 


.055 


.03645 


.437 






% 


#16 


.120 


.139 




1.668 


% 


22 


.069 


.03142 


.377 






% 


18 


.152 


.114 




1.368 


% 


24 


.081 


.02622 


.314 






% 


20 


.180 


.08706 




1.044 


%2 


24 


.11225 


.03417 


.410 






y* 


22 


.194 


.07192 




.863 


%6 


18 


.0895 


.07852 


.942 






M 


24 


.206 


.05803 




.696 


•^« 


20 


.1175 


.06175 


.741 






%6 


16 


.1825 


.186 




2.232 


%6 


22 


.1315 


.05167 


.620 






5 /l6 


18 


.2145 


.1494 




1.792 


%6 


24 


.1435 


.04213 


.505 






5 /l6 


20 


.2425 


.1124 




1.348 


%6 


26 


.1515 


.03530 


.423 






5 /l6 


22 


.2565 


.09217 




1.106 


%2 


20 


.14875 


.07441 


.892 






%6 . 


24 


.2685 


.07394 




.887 


%2 


22 


.16275 


.06179 


.741 






% 


24 
24 


.3935 
'.$81 


.106 
.153 




1.272 
1.836 



12 FOOT LENGTHS— LARGE SIZES 

No. 22 STUBS GAUGE— .028 WALL 



Size 

O. D. 


I. D. 


W8Tht. 
Lin. Ft. 


Wt. Fer 

12'i.grtn 


% 


.319 


.112 


1.344 


%« 


.3815 


.133 


1.596 


¥i 


.444 


.153 


1.836 


%« 


,5065 


.172 




% 


.569 


.193 


2.316 


Hie 


.6315 


.214 


2.568 


% 


.694 


.234 


2.808 


m* 


.7565 


.254 


3.048 


% 


.305 


.138 


1.656 


7 /l6 


.3675 


.163 


1.956 


y 2 


.430 


.188 


2.256 


%6 


.4925 


.214 


2.568 


% 


.555 


.239 


2.868 


% 


.680 


.290 


3.480 


% 


.277 


.185 


2.220 


%e 


.3395 


.220 


2.640 


V2 


.402 


.256 


3.072 


% 


.527 


.327 


3.924 


% 


.652 


.397 


4.764 


% 


.777 


.468 


5.616 



Size 
O.S. 


I. 0. 


wgrht. 

Lin. Ft. 


Wt. Per 
12'X«th. 


% 


.819 


.274 


3.288 


15 /l6 


.8815 


.295 


3.540 


1 


.944 


.315 


3.780 


1 Vie 


1.0065 


.334 


4.008 


1 % 


1.069 


.355 


4.260 


1 Ki 


1.1315 


.375 


4.500 


1% 


1.194 


.396 


4.752 


1 fa 


1.2565 


.415 


4.980 


No. 20 STUBS GAUGE— .035 WALL 


% 


.805 


.340 


4.080 


1 


.930 


.391 


4.692 


1 % 


1.055 


.441 


5.292 


1 % 


1.180 


.492 


5.904 


-1% 


1.305 


.543 


6.516 


1 % 


1.430 


.593 


7.116 


No. 18 STUBS GAUGE— .049 WALL 


1 


.902 


.539 


6.468 


1 Vs 


1.027 


.610 


7.320 


1 U 


1.152 


.681 


8.172 


-1% 


1.277 


.752 


9.024 


1 % 


1.402 


.823 


9.876 


1 % 


1.527 


.894 


10.728 



For Consecutive Inside Diameters, see Page 35. 
For Brass Railing Fittings see Pages 131, 132. 



Size 
O. D. 


X.D. 


wtrbt. 

I.in. Ft. 


Wt. Fer 

12'Xisrth 


1% 


1.319 


.436 


5.232 


1 Yl6 


1.3815 


.456 


5.472 


1 % 


1.444 


.477 


5.724 


1%0 


1.5065 


.497 


5.964 


1 % 


1.569 


.517 


6.204 


1% 


1.694 


.558 


6.696 


1 % 


1.819 


' .598 


7.176 


2 


1.944 


.639 


7.668 


1% 


1.68 


.694 


8.328 


2 


1.93 


.796 


9.552 


2% 


2.18 


.897 


10.764 


2y 2 


2.43 


.998 


11.976 


3 


2.93 


1.201 


14.412 


4 


3.93 


1.606 


19.27 


1% 


1.652 


.964 


11.57 


2 


1.902 


1.106 


13.27 


2% 


2.152 


1.248 


14.98 


2% 


2.402 


1.390 


16.68 


3 


2.902 


1.673 


20.07 



(Continued on following page.) 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Round Seamless Brass Tubes— Hard Drawn 



Outside Diameters 
Stubs Gauge 



Size 




wgnt. 


Wg-ht. Per 


O. D. 


I. D. 


Lin. Ft 


12 Pt. Lffth 


% 


.245 


.233 


2.796 


%6 


.3075 


.280 


3.360 


¥2 


.370 


.327 


3.924 


9ia 


.4325 


.374 


4.488 


r 's 


.495 


.421 


5.052 


- JJ /1« 


.5575 


.468 


5.616 


% 


.620 


.515 


6.180 


l %« 


.6825 


.562 


6.744 


% 


.745 


.609 


7.308 


% 


.8075 


.656 


7.872 


1 


.870 


.703 


8.436 


1 Me 


.9325 


.748 


8.976 


1 M 


.995 


.792 


9.504 


% 


.209 


.280 


3.360 


y 2 


.334 


.400 


4.800 


% 


.459 


.521 


6.252 


% 


.584 


.641 


7.692 


% 


.709 


.761 


9.132 


1 


.S34 


.881 


10.57 


% 


.260 


.528 


6.336 


% 


.385 


.700 


8.40 


% 


.510 


.88 


10.56 


% 


.635 


1.05 


12.60 


*%« 


.6975 


1.135 


13.62 


1 


.760 


1.22 


14.64 


1 K 


.885 


1.395 


16.74 


1 %6 


.9475 


1.482 


17.78 


1 % 


1.01 


1.57 


18.84 


1 fcfl 


1.0725 


1.655 


19.86 


1 % 


1.135 


1.742 


20.90 


1 V2 


1.26 


1.916 


22.99 


1 % 


1.385 


2.090 


25.08 


1% 


1.51 


2.263 


27.16 


For Brass Rail] 


ng Fittinc 


IS, see Paae 



(Continued from preceding page) 




No. 16 STUBS GAUGE— ,065 WALL 



Size 




Wfirht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


O. D. 


X. B. 


ldn.Pt 


12 Pt. Lgt 


l 9*6 


1.0575 


.842 


10.10 


1 % 


1.12 


.891 


10.69 


1 b /io 


1.1825 


.938 


11.25 


1% 


1.245 


.985 


11,82 


1 7 /l0 


1.3075 


1.032 


12.36 


1 y 2 


1.37 


1.08 


12.96 


1 % 


1.495 


1.17 


14.04 


1 % 


1.62 


1.27 


15.24 


1 % 


1.745 


1.36 


16.32 


2 


1.87 


1.45 


17.40 


2 J /8 


1.995 


1.55 


18.60 


2% 


2.12 


1.64 


19.68 


t% 


2.37 


1.83 


21.96 



No. 14 STUBS GAUGE— .083 WALL 

1 Vs .959 1.00 12.00 

1 % 1-084 1.121 13.45 

1 V2 1.334 1.361 16.33 



1% 


1.459 


1.481 


17.77 


1% 


1.584 


1.601 


19.21 


2 


1.834 


1.841 


22.09 


No. 11 STUBS GAUGE— .120 


WALL 


I % 


1.635 


2.437 


29.24 


2 


1.76 


2.610 


31.32 


2% 


1.885 


2.784 


33.40 


2% 


2.01 


2.957 


35.48 


2% 


2.135 


3.131 


37.57 


2% 


2.26 


3.304 


39.65 


2% 


2.385 


3.478 


41.72 


2% 


2.51 


3.651 


43.81 


2 % 


2.635 


3.825 


45.90 


3 


2.76 


3.999 


47.99 


3y 4 


3.01 


4.346 


52.15 


3 v 2 


3.26 


4.693 


56.31 


3% 


3.51 


5.040 


60.48 


4 


3.76 


5.387 


64.64 



Stocked in 12 Foot Lengths 



Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


O. D. 


ID. 


Lin. Ft 


12 Ft. Lg-fch 


2 % 


2.495 


1.93 


23.16 


2 % 


2.62 


2.02 


24.24 


2% 


2.745 


2.11 


25.32 


3 


2.87 


2.21 


26.52 


3Vs 


2.995 


2.30 


27.60 


3 M 


3.12 


2.39 


28.68 


3 V 2 


3.37 


2.58 


30.96 


3 % 


3.495 


2.68 


32.16 


3% 


3.62 


2.77 


33.24 


4 


3.87 


2.96 


35.52 


4% 


3.995 


3.05 


36.60 


4 V> 


4.37 


3.33 


39.96 


5 


4.87 


3.71 


44.52 


2% 


2.084 


2.081 


24.97 


2 1/1 


2.334 


2.321 


27.85 


3 


2.834 


2.801 


33.61 



3 Vi 



3.334 



3.281 



39.37 



4 ¥4 


4.01 


5.734 


68.80 


4 V<> 


4.26 


6.081 


72.97 


4 % 


4.51 


6.428 


77.14 


5 


4.76 


6.775 


81.30 


5 Vi 


5.01 


7.12 


85.44 


5 J£ 


5.26 


7.47 


89.64 


5 % 


5.51 


7.82 


93.84 


6 


5.76 


8.16 


97.92 


6 % 


6.01 


8.51 


102.12 


6 V2 


6.26 


8.86 


106.32 


6% 


6.51 


9.21 


110.52 


7 !4 


7.01 


9.89 


118.68 


8 


7.76 


10.94 


131.28 


8 % 


8.01 


11.29 


135.48 



132. 



Square Seamless Brass Tubes — Hard Drawn 



Outside Diameters 



Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wght. Per 


O. D. 


I. D. 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


% 


.194 


.0912 


1.094 


5 /l6 


.2565 


.1170 


1.404 


% 


.319 


.1422 


1.706 


7 /l« 


.3815 


.1688 


2.026 


% 


.444 


.1942 


2.330 











No. 22 STUBS GAUGE— .028 WALL 


Size 
O. D. 


I. D. 


Wgtfit. 
Lin. Pt. 


Wght. Per 
12 Pt. Lg-th 


% 
% 
% 


.569 
.694 

.819 


.2450 
.2970 
.3478 


2.940 
3.564 
4.174 


1 

1 % 


.944 
1.069 
1.194 


.3998 
.4526 

.5025 


4.798 

5.43 
6.031 



1 2 Foot Lengths 



Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


O. D. 


I. B. 


Lin. Pt. 


12 Pt. Lgth 


1 V> 


1.444 


.6055 


7.266 


1 :{ 4 


1.694 


.7083 


8.499 


2 


1-.944 


.8111 


9.732 


2 K 


2.444 


1.0167 


12.20 


3 


2.944 


1.2223 


14.67 



Round Seamless Brass Tubing 




No. 20 STUBS GAUGE— .035 WALL 

Wt. Lbs. Wg-ht Per 
I. D. Lin. Pt. 50 Pt. Coil 

.180 .087 4.35 



Size 
O. D 



% 



For Consecutive Inside Diameters, see Page 35. 



Random Length Coils 
Soft Annealed 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



35 



Seamless Brass Tubes and Pipe 

Consecutive INSIDE Diameters — Stock Sizes 

The list below is prepared as an assistance in selecting size of tubing where the inside diameter is the important consideration. 
Designation — IPS refers to Iron Pipe Size dimension, XH IPS refers to Extra Heavy Iron Pipe Size dimension. 



I. D. 


O. D. 


O-augfe 


Wall 


.0265 


Vl6 


26 


.018 


.055 


Vh 


20 


.035 


.05775 


%2 


26 


.018 


.069 


Vs 


22 


.028 


,081 


% 


24 


.022 


.089 


% 


26 


.018 


.0895 


3 /l6 


18 


.049 


.11225 


%2 


24 


.022 


.1175 


%6 


20 


.035 


.120 


% 


16 


.065 


.12025 


%2 


26 


.018 


.1315 


3 /l6 


22 


.028 


,1435 


9ie 


24 


.022 


.14875 


%a 


20 


.035 


.1515 


3 /l6 


26 


.018 


.152 


% 


18 


.049 


.16275 


%2 


22 


.028 


.180 


% 


20 


.035 


.1825 


5 /l6 


16 


.065 


.18275 


%2 


26 


.018 


.194 


% 


22 


.028 


.205 


.405 


Vh XH IPS 


.100 


.206 


% 


24 


.022 


.209 


% 


14 


.083 


.214 


% 


26 


.018 


.2145 


5 /l6 


18 


.049 


.2425 


%« 


20 


.035 


.245 


% 


16 


.065 


,24525 


%2 


26 


.018 


.2565 


%6 


22 


.028 


.260 


% 


11 


.120 


.2685 


%6 


24 


.022 


.2765 


5 /l6 


26 


.018 


.277 


% 


18 


.049 


.281 


.405 


%IPS 


.062 


.294 


.540 


% XH IPS 


.123 


.305 


% 


20 


.035 


.3075 


7 /l6 


16 


.065 


,30775 


*%2 


26 


.018 


.319 


% 


22 


.028 


.334 


% 


14 


.083 


.339 


% 


26 


.018 


.3395 


7 /l6 


18 


.049 


.3675 


7 /l6 


20 


.035 


.370 


% 


16 


.065 


.3702 


*%2 


26 


.018 


—.375 


.540 


% IPS 


.0825 


.3815 


7 /l6 


22 


.028 


—.385 


% 


11 


.120 


.3935 


7 /l6 


24 


.022 


.402 


% 


18 


.049 


.421 


.675 


% XH IPS 


.127 


.430 


v> 


20 


.035 


.4325 


Mi 


16 


.065 


.444 


% 


22 


.028 


.459 


% 


14 


.083 


.4925 


%e 


20 


.035 


.494 


.675 


% IPS 


.0905 


^-.495 


% 


16 


.065 * 


.5065 


ft 


22 


.028 


.510 


:; } 


11 


,120 


.527 


% 


18 


.049 


.542 


.840 


y 2 xh ips 


.149 


.555 


% 


20 


.035 


.5575 


n /l6 


16 


.065 


.569 


% 


22 


.028 


.581 


% 


24 


.022 


.584 


% 


14 


.083 


.620 


% 


16 


.065 


.625 


.840 


% IPS 


.1075 


.6315 


n /io 


22 


.028 


.635 


7 /8 


11 


.120 


.652 


% 


18 


.049 


.680 


% 


20 


.035 


.6825 


*%e 


16 


.065 



I. D. 


O. D. 


Gaugre 


Wall 


.694 


% 


22 


.028 


.6975 


15 /l6 


11 


.120 


,709 


% 


14 


,083 


.736 


1.050 


% XH IPS 


.157 


.745 


% 


16 


.065 


.7565 


*%e 


22 


.028 


.760 


1 


11 


.120 


.777 


% 


18 


.049 


.805 


7 /8 


20 


.035 


.8075 


'%e 


16 


.065 


.819 


% 


22 


.028 


.822 


1.050 


% IPS 


.114 


.834 


1 


14 


,083 


.870 


1 


16 


.065 


.8815 


%1 


22 


.028 


.885 


1 Vs 


11 


.120 


.902 


1 


18 


.049 


.930 


1 


20 


.035 


.9325 


1 %e 


16 


.065 


.944 


l 


22 


.028 


.9475 


1 %6 


11 


.120 


.951 


1.315 


1 XH IPS 


.182 


.959 


1 % 


14 


.083 


.995 


i y 8 


16 


.065 


1.0065 


1 Me 


22 


.028 


1.010 


1 % . 


11 


.120 


1.027 


1 Vh 


18 


.049 


1.055 


1 % 


20 


.035 


1.0575 


1 %e 


16 


.065 


1.062 


1.315 


iips 


.126 


1.069 


i y 8 


22 


.028 


1.0725 


1 5 /l6 


11 


.120 


1.084 


i % 


14 


.083 


1.12 


i % 


16 


.065 


1.1315 


1 3 /i<> 


22 


.028 


1.135 


i % 


11 


.120 


1.152 


i % 


18 


.049 


1.1825 


1 5 /i« 


16 


.065 


1.180 


i % 


20 


.035 


1.194 


i % 


22 


.028 


1.245 


i% 


16 


.065 


1.2565 


l We 


22 


.028 


1.260 


1 % 


11 


.120 


1.272 


1.660 


1*4 XH IPS 


.194 


1.277 


1 % 


18 


.049 


1.305 


1 % 


20 


.035 


1.3075 


1 7 /l6 


16 


.065 


1.319 


J % 


22 


.028 


1.334 


i y 2 


14 


-083 


1.368 


1.66*0 


i%ips 


.146 


1.370 


1 % 


16 


.065 


1.3815 


1 %6 


22 


.028 


1.385 


1 % 


11 


.120 


1.402 


i y> 


18 


.049 


1.430 


i % 


20 


.035 


1.444 


1 1/2 


22 


.028 


1.459 


1 *s 


14 


.083 


1.494 


1.900 


m>xHips 


.203 


1.495 


1 % 


16 


.065 


1.5065 


1 %e 


22 


.028 


1.510 


1 % 


11 


.120 


1.527 


1 % 


18 


.049 


1.569 


1 % 


22 


.028 


1.584 


1 % 


14 


.083 


1.600 


1.900 


iy 2 ips 


.150 


1.620 


1 % 


16 


.065 


1.635 


1 % 


11 


.120 


1.652 


1 % 


18 


.049 


1.680 


1 % 


20 


.035 


1.694 


i y< 


22 


.028 


1.745 


i % 


16 


.065 


1.760 


2 


11 


.120 


1.819 


1 % 


22 


.028 


1.834 


2 


14 


.083 


1.870 


2 


16 


.065 



I. D. 


O. D. 


G-augre 


Wall 


1.885 


2% 


11 


.120 


1.902 


2 


18 


.049 


1.930 


2 


20 


.035 


1.933 


2.375 


2 XHIPS 


.221 


1.944 


2 


22 


.028 


1.995 


2% 


16 


.065 


2.010 


2% 


11 


.120 


2.062 


2.375 


2 IPS 


.157 


2.084 


2y 4 


14 


.083 


2.120 


2y 4 


16 


.065 


2.135 


2% 


11 


.120 


2.152 


2 1/4 


18 


.049 


2.180 


2y 4 


20 


.035 


2.260 


2 y 2 


11 


.120 


2.315 


2.875 


2V 2 XH IPS 


.280 


2.334 


2% 


14 


.083 


2.370 


2% 


16 


.065 


2.385 


2% 


11 


.120 


2.402 


2% 


18 


.049 


2.430 


2 y 2 


20 


.035 


2.495 


2 % 


16 


.065 


2.500 


2.875 


2% IPS 


.188 


2.510 


2% 


11 


.120 


2.620 


2 % 


16 


.065 


2.635 


2 7 / 8 


11 


.120 


2.745 


2 7 / 8 


16 


.065 


2.760 


3 


11 


.120 


2.834 


3 


14 


.083 


2.870 


3 


16 


.065 


2.892 


3.500 


3 XHIPS 


.304 


2.902 


3 


18 


.049 


2.930 


3 


20 


.035 


2.995 


3 y 8 


16 


.065 


3.010 


3% 


11 


.120 


3.062 


3.500 


3 IPS 


.219 


3.120 


3y 4 


16 


.065 


3.260 


3 1/2 


11 


.120 


3.334 


3% 


14 


.083 


3.358 


4.000 


3% XH IPS 


.321 


3.370 


3% 


16 


.065 


3.495 


3% 


16 


.065 


3.500 


4.000 


3% IPS 


.250 


3.510 


3% 


11 


.120 


3.620 


3% 


16 


.065 


3.760 


4 


11 


.120 


3.818 


4.500 


4 XHIPS 


.341 


3.870 


4 


16 


.065 


3.930 


4 


20 


.035 


3.995 


4% 


16 


,065 


4.000 


4.500 


4 IPS 


.250 


4.010 


4% 


11 


.120 


4.250 


5.000 


41/2 XH IPS 


.375 


4.260 


4i/ 2 


11 


.120 


4.370 


4% 


16 


.065 


4.500 


5.000 


41/2 IPS 


.250 


4.510 


4 % 


11 


.120 


4,760 


5 


11 


.120 


4.813 


5.563 


5 XH IPS 


.375 


4.870 


5 


16 


.065 


5.010 


5% 


11 


.120 


5.062 


5.563 


5 IPS 


.250 


5.260 


5% 


11 


.120 


5.510 


5% 


11 


.120 


5.750 


6.625 


6 XHIPS 


.437 


5.760 


6 


11 


.120 


6.010 


6% 


11 


.120 


6.125 


6.625 


6 IPS 


.250 


6.260 


e y 2 


11 


.120 


6.510 


6% 


11 


.120 


7.010 


7M 


11 


.120 


7.062 


7.625 


7 IPS 


.282 


7.760 


8 


11 


.120 


8.000 


8.625 


8 IPS 


.312 


8.010 


8 % 


11 


.120 



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36 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Round Copper Tubes — Hard Drawn 



Outside Diameters 




Stubs Gauge 



Stocked in 12 Foot Lengths and in 20 Foot Lengths as indicated 







Size 

O. D. I.B. 


Wg-ht. Wt. Per 
Iiin. Pt. 12 Ft. Lgtli 


Size 

O. D. I. D. 


Wg-ht. Wt. Per 
tin. Pt. 12 Pt. Lgfth 














No. 25 STUBS GAUGE- 


-.020 WALL 














1 


.962 
% 1.087 


.239 2.86 


1 % 1-212 


.299 


3.58 










1 


.268 3,21 


1 Y 2 1.462 


.360 


4.32 














Size 


wg-ht, 


Wt. Per 










Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wt. Per 


O. D. 


I. D. Lin. Pt 


. 12 Pt. Dgth 










O. S. 

] /4 
«6 


I. D, 

.069 
.1315 
.194 
.2565 


tin. Pt. 

.03304 
.05433 
.07562 
.09691 


12Pt.tgth 

.396 

.651 

.907 

1.162 


No. 22 STUBS GAUGE- 

% .319 .118 
7 /i6 .3815 .139 
!!> .444 .161 
%6 .5065 .182 

No. 20 STUBS GAUGE- 


-.028 WALL 

1.416 
1.668 
1.932 
2.184 

-.035 WALL 


Size 
O. D. 

% 
% 
% 
1 


I.D. 

.569 
.694 
.819 
.944 


Wg-ht. 
Iiin. Pt. 

.203 
.246 
.289 

.331 


Wt. Per 

12 Pt. I.gth 

2.436 
2.952 
3.468 
3.972 


% 
% 


.055 

.1175 

.180 

.2425 

.305 


.03832 

.06493 

.09155 

.1182 

.145 


.459 

.779 

1.098 

1.418 

1.740 


7 /l6 


.3675 .171 
.430 .198 
.555 .251 
.680 .304 
.805 .358 


2.052 
2.376 
3.012 
3.648 
4.296 


*1 

*2 


.930 
1.18 
1.43 
1.930 


.411 
.517 
.624 
.837 


4.932 
6.204 
7.488 
10.04 










No. 18 STUBS GAUGE— .049 WALL 










Me 
ft 

% 


.0895 


.08256 


.990 


% 


.527 .343 


4.116 


•i yk 


1.402 


.865 


10.38 


.152 


.1198 


1.437 


% 


.652 .418 


5.016 


i % 


1.652 


1.014 


12.17 


.2145 


.1571 


1.885 


7 /8 


.777 .492 


5.904 


•2 


1.902 


1.163 


13 96 


.277 


.194 


2.328 


*1 


.902 .567 


6.804 










% 


.402 


.269 


3.228 


•I % 


1.152 .716 


8.592 


















No. 16 STUBS GAUGE— 


.065 WALL 










J i 


.120 


.146 


1.752 


% 


.620 .542 


6.504 


•1 % 


1.62 


1.332 


15.98 


716 

% 

fi/ 


.1825 


.196 


2.352 


7 /s 


.745 .640 


7.680 


*2 


1.87 


1.530 


18.36 


.245 


.245 


2.940 


•1 


.870 .737 


8.844 


2 % 


2.12 


1.728 


20.74 


.370 


.344 


4.128 


*1% 


1.12 .937 


11.24 


*2 % 


2.37 


1.925 


23.10 


% 


.495 


.443 


5.316 


•1 % 


1.37 1.135 


13.62 


*3 


2.87 


2.321 


27.85 


* Items also stocked in 20 foot lengths. 








*3 % 


3.37 


2.716 


32.59 










No. 14 STUBS GAUGE— 


.083 WALL 










1 


.584 
.834 
1.084 


.673 

.926 

1.178 


Wt. Per 
20Pt.I.grth. 

13.46 


i % 


1.334 1.431 


Wt. Per 
20Pt.Lffth. 

28.62 


3 


2.834 


2.945 


Wt. Per 
20Pt.I.ffth. 

58.90 


i % 


18.52 
23.56 


2 

2 % 


1.834 1.936 
2.334 2.440 


38.72 
48.80 


4 


3.834 


3.955 


79.10 



Round Copper Tubes — Hard Drawn 




I.D. 

Size 
1 

1 

1ft 

1% 

lft 
lft 
1% 
lft 

lft 
lft 

2 
2 
2 



Stubs 


Wg*ht. 


Wt. Per 


6a. No. 


Lin. Ft. 


20Ft.Lgth 


14 


1.094 


21.88 


16 


.842 


16.84 


10 


2.256 


45.12 


12 


1.802 


36.04 


14 


1.346 


26.92 


16 


1.040 


20.80 


10 


2.664 


53.28 


12 


2.134 


42.68 


14 


1.598 


31.96 


16 


1.238 


24.76 


10 


3.479 


69.58 


12 


2.797 


55.94 


14 


2.103 


42.06 



Inside Diameters 

Stocked in 20 Foot Lengths 



I. D. 


Stubs 


Wg-ht. 


Wt. Per 


Size 


Ga. No. 


Lin. Ft. 


20Ft.Lgrtll 


2 


16 


1.633 


32.66 


2 


18 


1.221 


24.42 


2 


20 


.866 


17.32 


2 ( / 2 


10 


4.294 


85.88 


2'/ 2 


12 


3.460 


69.20 


2</> 


14 


2.608 


52.16 


2!A 


16 


2.028 


40.56 


3 


10 


5.109 


102.18 


3 


12 


4.123 


82.46 


3 


14 


3.113 


62.26 


3 


16 


2.424 


48.48 


3M> 


10 


5.924 


118.48 


3% 


12 


4.786 


95.72 



For 45°, 90° Elbows and 180° Return Bends, see Tube Turns, page 114. 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



I.D. 


Stubs 


Wgfht. 


Wt. Per 


Size 


Cta. No. 


Lin. Ft. 


20Ft.Lgrth 


4 


10 


6.739 


134.78 


4 


12 


5.449 


108.98 


4 


14 


4.123 


82.46 


4 


16 


3.214 


64.28 


41/. 


12 


6.112 


122.24 


5 


10 


8.369 


167.38 


5 


12 


6.775 


135.50 


5 


16 


4.005 


80.10 


6 


10 


9.999 


199.98 


6 


12 


8.101 


162.02 


6 


16 


4.796 


95.92 


8 


10 


13.260 


265.20 


8 


12 


10.752 


215.04 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



37 



Outside Diameters 



Soft Copper Tubing 




Random length Coils about 50 Feet 



Stubs Gauge 



Size 

O.D. 



%0 



9ie 

%6 



wgrht 

Lin. Pt. 



.03304 

.05433 



.03832 
.06493 
.09155 
.1182 



Wg-ht Per 
25 Pt. Coil 



.82 
1.36 



.96 
1.62 
2.29 
2.95 



Size 
O.D. 



Wgrnt 
Lin. Pt. 



Wg-ht Per 
25 Pt. Coil 



WALL THICKNESS No. 22 STUBS GAUGE 

% .07562 1.89 

r /io .09691 2.42 

WALL THICKNESS No. 20 STUBS GAUGE 

% .145 3.62 

7 /i6 .171 4.27 

V 2 .198 4.95 

% .251 6.27 



Size 
O.D. 



7 /l6 



Wfifllt 
Lin. Ft. 


Wg*ht Per 
25 Pt. Coil 


.118 


2.95 


.139 


3.47 


.161 


4.25 


.304 


7.60 


.358 


8.95 


.411 


10.27 



%6 



.1198 
.1571 

.194 



2.99 
3.93 
4.85 



WALL THICKNESS No. 18 STUBS GAUGE 

y 2 .269 6.72 

% .343 8.57 

% .418 10.45 



1 


.567 


14.17 


1% 


.716 


17.90 


m 


.865 


21.62 



Soft Copper Tubing 

No. 20 B&S GAUGE— .032 In. WALL 

In exact 25 Foot Coils — Packed in Cartons of 1 Coil Each. 



Size 
O.D. 


Wght. Per 
25' Coil 


Size 
O.D. 


Wg-ht. Per 
25' Coil 


Vs 


.9 Lbs. 


% 


3.35 Lbs. 


%6 


1.525 


% 


4.55 


% 


2.125 


% 


5.775 


5 /]6 


2.75 


% 


7.0 



Soft Copper Tubing 





%e' 


O. D.— 25 STUBS GAUGE— .020 WALL 

In Exact Straight Lengths 
Bright Finish 




Length 




Weiffht Wght Per 
PerPt. Length 


Lengths 
Per Lb. 


30" 




.07117 .17792 


5.63 


33" 




.07117 .19572 


5.12 


36" 




.07117 .21352 


4.69 



Soft Copper Refrigerator Tubing 

Dehydrated with Sealed Ends 

Random Length Coils about 50 Feet 

Outside Diameters 
WALL THICKNESS No. 20 STUBS GAUGE 



For Automotive and Refrigeration Fittings and Valves, see Page 87. 
For Copper Water or Service Tubing, see Page 39. 



Phone OAKLAND— HI gate 2366 



TINNED 







NOT TINNED 








Electro Tinned Outside Only 


Size 
O. S. 


Weigfht 
Lin. Ft. 


Wt. Per 
50Pt. Coil 


Size 
O. D. 


Weigrht 
Lin. Pt. 


Wt. Per 
50 Pt. Coil 


Size 
O. D. 


Weig-ht 
Lin. Pt. 


Wt. Per 
SOPt. Coil 


% 


.03832 


1.92 


% 


.198 


9.90 


li 


.09155 


4.58 


%<s 


.06493 


3.25 


% 


.251 


12.55 


% 


.145 


7.25 


y* 


.09155 


4.58 


% 


.304 


15.20 


% 


.198 


9.90 


%a 


.1182 


5.91 


% 


.358 


17.90 


% 


.251 


12.55 


% 


.145 


7.25 


1 


.411 


20.55 








7 /lG 


.171 


8.55 















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38 



5^^3§K 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Seamless Brass Pipe 















: ,_ -^__,-= 


Bi 






















Standard Iron Pipe Sizes 














Exact 12, 18, 


and 20 Foot Lengths 












Size 


Exact 
I.D. 


Exact 
O.D. 


Wall 
Thickness 


Wght 

Lin, Ft. 


Wght Per 

12Ft.I.g-tli 


Size 


Exact 
I.D. 


Exact 
O.D. 


Wall 
Thickness 


Wght 

Lin.Pt. 


WghtFer 
12Ft.I.gt1 


% 
% 
% 


.281 
.375 
.494 
.625 
.822 


.405 
.540 
.675"" 
.840 
1.050 


.062 

.083 

.0905 

.1075 

.114 


.246 
.437 
.612 
.911 
1.235 


2.952 
5.244 
7.344 
10.93 
14.82 


2y 2 
3 

m 
4 

41/2 


2.500 
3.062 

3.500 
4.000 
4.500 


2.875 

3.500 
4.000 
4.500 

5.000 


.188 
.219 
.250 
.250 
.250 


5.830 
8.314 
10.85 
12.29 
13.74 


69.96 
99.76 
130.2 
147.4 
164.8 


1 

11/4 
1% 
2 


1.062 
1.368 

1.600 
2.062 


1.315 
1.660 
1.900 
2.375 


.126 
.146 

.150 
.157 


1.740 
2.557 

3.037 
4.017 


20.88 
30.68 
36.44 
48.20 


5 

6 
*7 

*8 


5.062 
6.125 
7.062 

8.000 


5.563 
6.625 
7.625 
8.625 


.250 
.250 
.282 
.312 


15.40 
18.44 
23.92 
30.05 


184.8 
221.2 
287.04 
360.6 



* Carried in 12 Foot Lengths only. 



Size 



1 

li/o 



Exact 
I.D. 

.205 
.294 
.421 

.542 

.736 

.951 
1.272 
1.494 



Exact 
O.D. 

.405 
.540 
.675 
.840 

1.050 

1.315 
1.660 
1.900 



Wall 
Thickness 

.100 
.123 

.127 
.149 

.157 
.182 

.194 
.203 



Seamless Brass Pipe 

Extra Heavy — Iron Pipe Sizes 

Exact 12, 18. and 20 Foot Lengths 



Wght 
Lin. Ft. 

.353 

.593 

.805 

1.191 

1.622 
2.386 
3.291 
3.986 



WffhtPer 
12Ft.Lgth 

4.236 

7.116 
9.660 
14.29 

19.46 
28.63 

39.49 
47.83 



Size 
2 

i 

*4 

*5 
*6 



Exact 
I.D. 

1.933 
2.315 
2.892 

3.358 

3.818 
4.250 
4.813 
5.750 



Exact 
O.D. 

2.375 
2.875 
3.500 

4.000 

4.500 
5.000 
5.563 
6.625 



Wall 
Thickness 

.221 
.280 
.304 
.321 

.341 
.375 
.375 
.437 



Carried in 12 Foot Lengths only. 



Wffht 
Lin. Ft. 

5.508 
8.407 

11.24 

13.66 

16.41 
20.07 
22.52 
31.32 



Wg-ht Per 
12 Ft. Dffth 

66.09 
100.88 
134.88 
163.92 

196.92 
240.84 
270.24 
375.84 



Seamless Red Brass Pipe 

Standard Iron Pipe Sizes 

Exact 12. 18, and 20 Foot Lengths 





Exact 


Exact 


Wall 


Wg-ht 


Wg-ht Per 


Size 


I.D. 


O.D. 


Thickness 


Lin. Ft. 


12Ft.Lgth 


Vs 


.281 


.405 


.062 


.253 


3.036 


V* 


.375 


.540 


.083 


.450 


5.400 


% 


.494 


.675 


.0905 


.630 


7.560 


*A 


.625 


.840 


.1075 


.938 


11.256 


% 


.822 


1.050 


.114 


1.27 


15.24 


1 


1.062 


1.315 


.126 


1.79 


21.48 


Mi 


1.368 


1.660 


.146 


2.63 


31.56 



* Carried in 12 Foot Lengths only. 

For Brass Pipe Fittings Refer to Page 129. 



Size 


Exact 
I.D. 


Exact 
O.D. 


Wall 
Thickness 


Wght 
Lin. Ft. 


Wght Per 
12Ft.Lgth 


2 
2% 


1.600 
2.062 
2.500 


1.900 
2.375 
2.875 


.150 
.157 
.188 


3.13 
4.14 
6.00 


37.56 
49.68 
72.00 


3 
•3% 

*4 


3.062 
3.500 
4.000 


3.500 

4.000 
4.500 


.219 
.250 

.250 


8.56 
11.17 
12.66 


102.72 

134.04 
151.92 



Seamless Copper Pipe 






Exact 


Exact 


Wall 


Wght 


Size 


I.D. 


O.D. 


Thickness 


tin. Ft. 


Vs 


,281 


.405 


.062 


.259 


% 


.375 


.540 


.083 


.459 


% 


.494 


.675 


.0905 


.644 


% 


.625 


.840 


.1075 


.958 


% 


.822 


1.050 


.114 


1.298 


1 


1.062 


1.315 


.126 


1.829 


m 


1.368 


1.660 


.146 


2.689 


1% 


1.600 


1.900 


.150 


3.193 



Standard Iron Pipe Sizes 

Exact 12, 15. and 20 Foot Lengths 

WghtFer Exact Exact Wall 

12Ft.Lgth Size I.D. O.D. Thickness 

3.108 2 2.062 2.375 .157 

5-508 2V 2 2.500 2.875 .188 

7.728 3 3.062 3.500 .219 

11.49 3% 3.500 4.000 .250 

15.57 4 4.000 4.500 .250 

21.94 4% 4.500 5 000 .250 

32.26 5 5.062 5.563 .250 

38.31 6 6.125 6.625 .250 



For Extra Heavy Seamless Copper pipe see following page. 



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Wght 
tin. Ft. 

4.224 

6.130 
8.741 
11.41 

12.93 
14.44 
16.19 
19.39 



Wght Per 
12Ft.Lgth 

50.68 

73.56 
104.8 
136.9 

155.1 
173.2 
194.2 

232.6 



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wgrht 

Lin. Ft. 

.371 

.624 

.847 

1.253 

1.706 

2.509 
3.460 
4.191 








Extra Heavy — Iron Pipe Sizes 

Exact Wall Wgrht Wgrht Per 
O. B. Thickness Lin. Ft. 12 Ft. Lgth 

2.375 .221 5.791 69.49 
2.875 .280 8.839 106.0 
3.500 .304 11.82 141.8 
4.000 .321 14.37 172.4 

4.500 .341 17.25 207.0 
5.000 .375 21.10 253.2 
5.563 .375 23.69 284.2 
6.625 .437 32.93 395.1 


Seamless Copper Pipe 


I 


■■■": ..'■- ■-!- 








Exact Exact Wall 
Size I. B. O. B. Thickness 

!/ 8 .205 .405 .100 
% .294 .540 .123 
:t is .421 .675 .127 
V* .542 .840 .149 

:; , .736 1.050 .157 
1 .951 1.315 .182 
Hi 1.272 1.660 .194 
1% 1.494 1.900 .203 


Exact 12 Foot Lengths 
Wgfht Per 
12 Ft. Lgfth Size 

4.452 2 
7.488 2V 2 
10.16 3 
15.03 3% 

20.47 4 
30.10 4y 2 
41.52 5 
50.29 6 


Exact 
I. B. 

1.933 
2.315 

2.892 
3.358 

3.818 
4.250 
4.813 

5.750 



Copper Water Service Tubing 





In coils and straight lengths. 

This copper tubing is built to withstand any pressure or strain of city water service. The soft tempered tubing due to its flexibility is particu- 
larly adapted for replacements in confined places. Fittings for COPPER SERVICE TUBING will be found on page 112, 113. 

Type "K" — Extra Heavy Type "L" — Standard Type "M"~ Light 

"K," "L" and "M" stocked in Hard Temper Straight 20 Foot Lengths up to 3". "K" and "L" stocked in Soft Temper 60 Foot Coils up to and 
including 1 inch. "K" and "L" stocked in Soft Temper 20 Foot Straight Lengths including 1 inch and over. 



Size 


«K" "L" "M> 


"K" Wall 


"L" Wall 


"M" Wall 


"K" Wg-ht 


"L" Wg-ht 


"M" Wg-ht 


Inch 


O. B. 


Thickness 


Thickness 


Thickness 


Per Foot 


Per Foot 


Per Foot 


% 


.250 


.032 


.025 


.025 


.085 


.068 


.068 


% 


.375 


.032 


.030 


.025 


.134 


.126 


.106 


% 


.500 


.049 


.035 


.025 


.269 


.198 


.144 


(4 


.625 


.049 


.040 


.028 


.344 


.285 


.203 


% 


.875 


.065 


.045 


.032 


.641 


.455 


.328 


1 


1.125 


.065 


.050 


.035 


.839 


.655 


.464 


1% 


1.375 


.065 


.055 


.042 


1.04 


.884 


.681 


1V2 


1.625 


.072 


.060 


.049 


1.36 


1.14 


.94 


7 


2.125 


.083 


.070 


.058 


2.06 


1.75 


1.46 


2% 


2.625 


.095 


.080 


.065 


2.92 


2.48 


2.03 


3 


3.125 


.109 


.090 


.072 


4.00 


3.33 


2.68 



Admiralty Condenser Tubes 





















Stubs Gauge 




Wall Thickness 

No. 18 Ga.— Dec. Inch .049 


Wall Thickness 

No. 17 Ga.— Dec. Inch 


.058 


Outside 
Biam. Inch 






Wg*ht. 
Lin. Ft. 


Outside 
Biam. Inch 






wg*nt. 

Lin. Ft. 








.337 
.409 
.482 

.555 


% 
% 

% 
1 






.391 
.478 
.564 
.651 



Wall Thickness 

No. 16 Ga.— Dec. Inch .065 

Outside Wgrht. 

Biam. Inch Lin. Ft. 

% .434 

3 / 4 .530 

% .627 

1 .724 



Standard Aluminum Pipe — I. P. S. — Hard Drawn 

Temper Designation 2SH 



1. P. s. 


Outside 


Inside 


Wg-ht. 


Wg*ht. Lbs. 


Size In. 


Biam. In. 


Biam In. 


Lin. Ft. 


12 Feet 


K 


.405 


.270 


.085 


1.02 


M 


.540 


.364 


.147 


1.764 


% 


.675 


.494 


.195 


2.34 


i<> 


.840 


.623 


.294 


3.528 


••'. 


1.050 


.824 


.388 


4.656 


For Aluminum Pipe Fittings, see Pag< 


9 130. 





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I. P. S. 
Size In. 

1 

Hi 

2 



Outside 
Biam. In. 

1.315 
1.660 
1.900 
2.375 



Inside 
Biam In. 

1.048 
1.380 

1.611 
2.067 



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Wg-ht. 
Lin. Ft. 

.582 

.794 

.941 

1.260 



Wg-ht. Lbs. 
12 Feet 

6,984 

9.528 
11.292 
15.120 






40 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Round Aluminum Tubes — Hard 



12-Foot Lengths 






Stubs Gauge 



Temper Designation 2SH 



Size O. D. 


Wgrht. 


Wgrht. Per 


Inch 


Lineal Ft. 
NO. 23 GAUGE— .025 


12 Ft. Length 


% 


.020 


.240 


5 /l6 


.026 


.312 


% 


.031 


.372 


7 /l6 


.037 


.444 


% 


.043 


.516 


% 


.054 


.648 


% 


.066 


.792 


% 


.077 


.924 


1 


.089 
NO. 22 GAUGE— .028 


1.068 


% 


.023 


.276 


%6 


.029 


.348 


y 2 


.049 


.588 


% 


.061 


.732 


% 


.074 


.888 


i 


.100 
NO. 20 GAUGE— .035 


1.2 


%6 


.019 


.228 


y 4 


.027 


.324 


5 /l6 


.035 


.420 


% 


.043 


.516 


y 2 


.059 


.708 


% 


.075 


.900 


% 


.091 


1.09 


% 


.107 


1.28 


i 


.123 


1.47 


i% 


.139 


1.66 


i% 


.155 


1.86 



Size O. B. 


Wgrht. 


Wg"ht. Per 


Inch 


Lineal Ft. 
NO. 18 GAUGE— .049 


12 Ft. Length 


% 


.036 


.432 


% 


.058 


.696 


% 


.080 


.960 


% 


.103 


1.236 


% 


.125 


1.50 


% 


.147 


1.76 


1 


.170 


2.04 


1% 


.193 


2.31 


1% 


.216 


2.59 


2 


.35 


4.20 


2V 2 


.44 


5.28 


3 


.53 
NO. 16 GAUGE— .065 


6.36 


% 


.104 


1.24 


% 


.133 


1.59 


% 


.163 


1.95 


% 


.193 


2.31 


1 


.222 


2.66 


1% 


.275 


3.30 


1% 


.313 


3.76 


1% 


.344 


4.13 


1% 


.40 


4.80 


2 


.48 


5,76 


2% 


.59 


7.08 


3 


.75 


9.00 



Round Seamless Steel Tubes 



O.D. 


I. D. 


wgrht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft 


3 /t6 


.144 


.039 


% 


.206 


.054 


5 /l6 


.269 


.068 


% 


.331 


.083 


%6 


.394 


.098 


% 


.456 


.112 


9 /lQ 


.519 


.127 


%6 ' 


.132 


.048 


% 


.194 


.066 


%6 


.257 


.085 


% 


.319 


.104 


7 /l6 


.382 


.122 


l/ 2 


.444 


.141 


%6 


.507 


.160 


% 


.569 


.178 




COLD DRAWN— ANNEALED FINISH 



O.D. 


I. D. 


wgrht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft 


STUBS GAUGE— .022 INCH WAL 


% 


.581 


.142 


*%« 


.644 


.156 


% 


.706 


.171 


*9t6 


.769 


.186 


% 


.831 


.200 


*%B 


.894 


.215 


STUBS GAUGE— .028 INCH WAL 


n /l6 


.632 


.197 


% 


.694 


.216 


'%> 


.757 


.234 


% 


.819 


.253 


15 /lC 


.882 


.272 


1 


.944 


.290 


1 Vie 


1.006 


.309 



O.D. 


I. D. 


wgrht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


1 


.956- 


.230 


1 v l0 


1.019 


.244 


1 's 


1.081 


.259 


1 %6 


1.144 


.274 


1 % 


1.206 


.288 


1 r ?u 


1.269 


.303 


1 % 


1.331 


.318 



1 % 



1.069 



.328 



1 3 /l6 


1.132 


.346 


1 % 


1.194 


.365 


1 %a 


1.257 


.384 


1 -V 


1.319 


.402 


1 \k 


1.444 


.440 


2 


1.944 


.589 



Inquiries for sizes not listed given special attention. 



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41 



Round Seamless Steel Tubes 



O. D. 


I. D. 


Wg-ht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt 


9io 


.118 


.057 


% 


.180 


.080 


r 'ir, 


.243 


.104 


% 


.305 


.127 


IU 


.368 


.150 


y» 


.430 


.174 


'■>W. 


.493 


.197 


% 


.555 


.220 


"„■. 


.618 


.244 


% 


.680 


.267 


:, i.-. 


.090 


.072 


% 


.152 


.105 


«6 


.215 


.138 


:,/ s 


.277 


.170 


7 /m 


.340 


.203 


14 


.402 


.236 


"V. 


.465 


.268 


% 


.527 


.301 


"/i.; 


.590 


.334 


* 


.652 


.367 


,3/ i« 


.715 


.399 


:! >.; 


.058 


.085 


% 


.120 


.128 


%« 


.183 


.172 


% 


.245 


.215 


V. 


.308 


.258 


l!> 


.370 


.302 


! V, 


.433 


.345 


% 


.495 


.388 


'Vv, 


.558 


.432 


% 


.620 


.475 


W„; 


.683 


.518 


% 


.745 


.562 


% 


.209 


.259 


7 /,.i 


.272 


.314 


% 


.334 


.369 


V. 


.397 


.425 


% 


.459 


.480 


"/,„ 


.522 


.535 


:, :i 


.584 


.591 


l^ 6 


.647 


.650 


% 


.709 


.701 


'•Vir, 


.772 


.757 


I 


.834 


.812 


:! .K 


.185 


.284 


7 /.« 


.248 


.347 


K 


.310 


.411 


%a 


.373 


.474 


% 


.435 


.537 


>Vu; 


.498 


.601 


% 


.560 


.664 


,: H6 


.623 


.727 


% 


.685 


.791 


'«6 


.748 


.854 


;t ft 


.135 


.327 


%e 


.198 


.407 


% 


.260 


.487 


"i« 


.323 


.567 


% 


.385 


.647 


'Me 


.448 


.727 


% 


.510 


.807 


'•lie 


.573 


.887 


/S 


.635 


.967 


«%6 


.698 


1.047 


1 


.760 


1.127 


1 Me 


.823 


1.207 



O. D. 


I. D. 


Wffht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


20 STUBS GAUGE— .035 INCH WALL 


n i<; 


.743 


.290 


7 /s 


.805 


.314 


ir /lfi 


.868 


.337 


1 


.930 


.360 


1 Yw 


.993 


.384 


1 Yh 


1.055 


.407 


1 %« 


1.118 


.430 


1 % 


1.180 


.454 


l Hi 


1.243 


.477 


18 STUBS GAUGE— .049 INCH WALL 


Yh 


.777 


.432 


*%e 


.840 


.465 


1 


.902 


.497 


1 We 


.965 


.530 


1 Yh 


1.027 


.563 


l fa 


1.090 


.595 


1 y+ 


1.152 


.628 


1 %€ 


1.215 


.661 


1 % 


1.277 


.693 


1%0 


1.340 


.726 


16 STUBS GAUGE— .065 INCH WALL 


*%6 


.808 


.605 


1 


.870 


.648 


1 to 


.933 


.692 


1 Yh 


.995 


.735 


1 3 /io 


1.058 


.778 


1 % 


1.120 


.822 


1 %6 


1.183 


.865 


1 % 


1.245 


.909 


1 7l6 


1,308 


.952 


1 % 


1.370 


.995 


1 % 


1.495 


1.082 


14 STUBS GAUGE— ,083 INCH WALL 


1 Mo 


.897 


.867 


1% 


.959 


.923 


l 3 /l6 


1.022 


.978 


1% 


1.084 


1.033 


1 5 /lfi 


1.147 


1.089 


1 % 


1.209 


1.144 


1 7 /l« 


1.272 


1.199 


1 Yi 


1.334 


1.255 


1% 


1.459 


1.366 


1 % 


1.584 


1.476 


1 Yh 


1.709 


1.587 


13 STUBS GAUGE— .095 INCH WALL 


1 


.810 


.917 


l Yu 


.873 


.981 


1 Yh 


.935 


1.044 


1 9ie 


.998 


1.107 


1 ] 4 


1.060 


1.171 


1 5 /l6 


1.123 


1.234 


1 % 


1.185 


1.297 


1 7 /l6 


1.248 


1.361 


1 14 


1.310 


1,424 


1 % 


1.435 


1.551 


11 STUBS GAUGE— .120 INCH WALL 


1 % 


.885 


1.287 


1 3 /lG 


.948 


1.367 


1 % 


1.010 


1.447 


1%6 


1.073 


1.527 


1% 


1.135 


1.607 


1 7 /io 


1.198 


1.687 


1 y 2 


1.260 


1.767 


1 % 


1.385 


1.927 


1% 


1.510 


2.087 


1% 


1.635 


2.247 


2 


1.760 


2.407 


2% 


1.885 


2.567 



O. D. 


I. D. 


wgrht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt 


1 % 


1.305 


.500 


i 7 /l6 


1.368 


.524 


1 y 2 


1.430 


.547 


1% 


1.555 


.594 


1 % 


1.680 


.640 


1 Yh 


1.805 


.687 


2 


1.930 


.734 


2 Yh 


2.055 


.780 


2Y+ 


2.180 


.827 


I v> 


1.402 


.759 


1 % 


1.527 


.824 


1 % 


1.652 


.889 


1 Yh 


1.777 


.955 


2 


1.902 


1.020 


2Yh 


2.027 


1.085 


2Ya 


2.152 


1.151 


2 % 


2.402 


1.281 


2 % 


2.652 


1.412 


3 


2.902 


1.543 


1 % 


1.620 


1.169 


1 % 


1.745 


1.255 


2 


1.870 


1.342 


2% 


1.995 


1.429 


2% 


2.120 


1.515 


2% 


2.245 


1.602 


2% 


2.370 


1.689 


2% 


2.620 


1.862 


3 


2.870 


2.035 


3 1/0 


3.370 


2.382 


4 


3.870 


2.729 


2 


1.834 


1.698 


2% 


1.959 


1,808 


2V4 


2.084 


1.919 


2% 


2.209 


2.030 


2 % 


2.334 


2.140 


2% 


2.584 


2.362 


3 


2.834 


2.583 


1% 


3.334 


3.026 


4 


3.834 


3.469 


5 


4.834 


4.359 


1% 


1.560 


1.677 


1% 


1,685 


1.804 


2 


1.810 


1.931 


2 % 


1.935 


2.058 


tVi 


2.060 


2.184 


2% 


2.185 


2.311 


2Y2 


2.310 


2.438 


2% 


2.560 


2.691 


3 


2.810 


2.944 


3% 


3.060 


3.198 


3 % 


3.310 


3.451 


2% 


2.010 


2.727 


2 % 


2.135 


2.887 


2% 


2.260 


3.047 


2% 


2.510 


3.367 


3 


2.760 


3.687 


3% 


3.010 


4.007 


31/2 


3.260 


4.327 


3% 


3.510 


4.647 


4 


3.760 


4.967 


4% 


4.010 


5.288 


4% 


4.260 


5.608 


4% 


4.510 


5.928 



Inquiries for sizes not listed given special attention. 






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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



O. D. 


I. D. 


Wg-ht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


Hie 


.375 


.886 


% 


.438 


.990 


Fie 


.500 


1.094 


% 


.563 


1.198 


15 /l6 


.625 


1.302 


1 


.688 


1.407 


1 Yl6 


.750 


1.511 


1 % 


.813 


1.615 


l 3 /l6 


.875 


1.719 


% 


.250 


.875 


*%6 


.313 


1.000 


% 


.375 


1.125 


13 /l6 


.438 


1.250 


% 


.500 


1.375 


ir /l6 


.563 


1.500 


1 


.625 


1.625 


1 %6 


.688 


1.750 


1 % 


.750 


1.875 


1 3 /l6 


.813 


2.000 


1 % 


.875 


2.125 


% 


.250 


1.334 


13 /l6 


.313 


1.500 


% 


.375 


1.667 


15 /l6 


.438 


1.834 


1 


.500 


2.000 


1 Vie 


.563 


2.167 


1 % 


.625 


2.334 


1 3 /l6 


.688 


2.501 


1% 


.750 


2.667 


1 5 /l6 


.813 


2.834 


1% 


.875 


3.001 


% 


.250 


1.875 


15 /l6 


.313 


2.084 


1 


.375 


2.292 


1 %6 


.438 


2.501 


1 % 


.500 


2.709 


l 3 /l6 


.563 


2.917 


1% 


.625 


3.126 


1 5 /l6 


.688 


3.334 


15 /l6 


.188 


2.251 


1 


.250 


2.501 


1 lift 


.313 


2.751 


1 % 


.375 


3.001 


1 3 /l6 


.438 


3.251 


1 % 


,500 


3.501 


l 5 /l6 


.563 


3.751 


1% 


.625 


4.001 



1.500 



1.750 



1.500 



9.004 













1V2 


.500 


5.334 




1% 


.750 


6.668 




2 


1.000 


8.002 




2% 


1,250 


9.335 




2 V 2 


1.500 


10.669 



15.837 



18.004 



Round Seamless Steel Tubes 



O. D. 


I. D. 


Wg-ht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft 


5/32— 


.15625 INCH WALL 


1 14 


.938 


1.823 


1 %6 


1.000 


1.928 


1 % 


1.063 


2.032 


1 y 2 


1.188 


2.240 


1 % 


1.313 


2.448 


1 % 


1.438 


2.657 


1 % 


1.563 


2.865 


2 


1.688 


3.074 


3/16- 


-.1875 INCH WALL 


1 fa 


.938 


2.251 


1 % 


1.000 


2.376 


1 7 /l6 


1.063 


2.501 


1% 


1.125 


2.626 


1% 


1.250 


2.876 


1 % 


1.375 


3.126 


1 % 


1.500 


3,376 


2 


1.625 


3.626 


2Yh 


1.750 


3.876 


21/4 


1.875 


4.126 


1/4— .250 INCH 


WALL 


1 7 /l6 


.938 


3.167 


1 % 


1.000 


3.340 


1% 


1.125 


3.667 


1 % 


1.250 


4.001 


1 7 /8 


1,375 


4.334 


2 


1.500 


4.668 


2V& 


1.625 


5.001 


2V 4 


1.750 


5.334 


2% 


1.875 


5.668 


2 y 2 


2.000 


6.001 


5/16- 


-.3125 INCH WALL 


1% 


.750 


3.542 


1 % 


.875 


3.959 


1% 


1.000 


4.376 


1 % 


1.125 


4.793 


1 7 /8 


1.250 


5.209 


2 


1.375 


5.626 


2y 8 


1.500 


6.043 


2% 


1.625 


6.460 


3/8- 


-.375 INCH WALL 


1 y 2 


.750 


4.501 


1 % 


.875 


5.001 


1% 


1.000 


5.501 


i 7 /8 


1.125 


6.001 


2 


L250 


6.501 


2y 8 


1.375 


7.001 


2% 


1.500 


7.502 


2% 


1.625 


8.002 



7/16— .4375 INCH WALL 

2 1/2 1.625 9.627 

1/2— .500 INCH WALL 

2 % 1.750 12.002 

3 2.000 13.336 
3 % 2.250 14.670 
3 y 2 2.500 16.003 

3 % 2.750 17.337 

5/8— .625 INCH WALL 

4 2.750 22.505 



3/4— .750 INCH WALL 

4 y 2 3.00 30.006 

4 % 3.250 32.007 



O. B. 


I. D. 


Wffht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


2% 


1.813 


3.282 


2% 


1.938 


3.490 


2% 


2.063 


3.699 


2y 2 


2.188 


3.907 


2% 


2.438 


4.324 


3 


2.688 


4.741 


3y 4 


2.938 


5.157 


3% 


3.188 


5.574 


4 


3.688 


6.408 


2% 


2.000 


4.376 


2 y> 


2.125 


4.626 


2% 


2.375 


5.126 


3 


2.625 


5.626 


3y 4 


2.875 


6.126 


3 y 2 


3.125 


6.626 


3% 


3.375 


7.127 


4 


3.625 


7.627 


4% 


3.875 


8.127 


4% 


4.125 


8.627 


4% 


4.375 


9.127 


2% 


2.250 


6.668 


3 


2.500 


7.335 


31/4 


2.750 


8.002 


3y 2 


3.000 


8.669 


3% 


3.250 


9.335 


4 


3.500 


10.002 


4y 4 


3.750 


10.670 


4% 


4.000 


11.336 


4% 


4.250 


12.002 


5 


4.500 


12.669 


6 


5.500 


15.340 


2% 


1.750 


6.876 


2% 


1.875 


7.293 


2% 


2.125 


8.127 


3 


2.375 


8.960 


3% 


2.625 


9.794 


3y 2 


2.875 


10.627 


4 


3.375 


12.294 


2% 


1.750 


8.502 


2% 


2.000 


9.500 


3 


2.250 


10.502 


3% 


2.500 


11.502 


3 y, 


2.750 


12.503 


3% 


3.000 


13.503 


4 


3.250 


14.503 


4 y 2 


3.750 


16.500 



3.125 



3.750 



16.628 



4 


3.000 


18.671 


4% 


3.500 


21.340 


4% 


3.750 


22.671 


5 


4.000 


24.005 


6 


5.000 


29.340 



29.173 



5 3.500 34.007 

Inquiries for sizes not listed receive special attention. Direct mill shipments are solicited if time and quantity permit. 



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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



43 



Stainless Steel Seamless Tubes 




18 & 8 Chromium-Nickel 



ALLEGHENY METAL 

Stainless Type No. 304 



Round — Annealed and Pickled Finish 

Inside and Outside 

Random Lengths 4' to 24' 



16 STUBS GAUGE— .065 



18 STUBS GAUGE— .049 



Round— Polished Inside 

Annealed and Pickled Outside 

Cold Drawn — Exact 12 Foot Lengths 

16 STUBS GAUGE— .065 



Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wg*ht. Per 


Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wgrht. Per 


Size 




Wg-ht. 


Wg-ht. Per 


O. D. 


I. D. 


Lin. Pt. 


12Pt.Lrtn 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Lin. Pt. 


12Ft.Lgth 


O. D. 


I. D. 


Lin. Pt. 


12Ft.Lg-th 


% 


.245 


.215 


2.58 


% 


.152 


.105 


1.26 


1 


.870 


.648 


7.776 


% 


.370 


.302 


3.624 


% 


.277 


.170 


2.04 


1% 


1.370 


.996 


11.952 


% 


.620 


.475 


5.70 


% 


.402 


.236 


2.832 


2 


1.870 


1.340 


16.08 


1 


.870 


.648 


7.776 


% 


.652 


.367 


4.404 




18 STUBS GAUGE— .049 


1% 


1.120 


.822 


9.864 


i 


.902 


.497 


5.964 


1 


.902 


.497 


5.964 


i% 


1.370 


.996 


11.952 


m 


1.152 


.628 


7.536 


iy 2 


1.402 


.759 


9.108 


2 


1.870 


1.340 


16.08 


i% 


1.402 


.759 


9.108 


2 


1.902 


1.021 


12.252 






Standard Pipe Sizes — Plain Ends 

Random Lengths 4' to 24' — Annealed and Pickled Finish Inside and Outside 











Wg-ht. 


Wg-th. Per 










Wg*ht. 


Wg-th. Per 


Size 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Wall 


Lin. Pt. 


12Pt.Lgth 


Size 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Wall 


Lin. Pt. 


12Pt.Lgrth 


% 


.405 


.269 


.068 


.2447 


2.936 


% 


1.050 


.824 


.113 


1.131 


13.572 


% 


.540 


.364 


.088 


.4248 


5.097 


1 


1.315 


1.049 


.133 


1.679 


20.148 


% 


.675 


.493 


.091 


.5676 


6.811 


«4 


1.660 


1.380 


.140 


2.273 


27.276 


% 


.840 


.622 


.109 


.8510 


10.212 


1% 


1.900 


1.610 


.145 


2.718 


32.616 














2 


2.375 


2.067 


.154 


3.653 


43.836 



For Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings, see Pages 130, 
For Stainless Steel Valves, see Page 122. 



131. 



Architectural Tubes 









Inside Lock Joint — Supplied wi 


Size 
O.D. 


Stainless 
Wall Wg*ht. 
Inch Lin. Pt. 


ROUND 


Carbon Steel Inserts 

Wg-ht. 
Size Gauge Lin. ft 


% 


.018 


.1378 




% 20 


.225 


% 


.018 


.1655 




% 20 


.276 


% 


.018 


.1890 




% 20 


.323 


1 


.020 


.2385 




1 18 


.527 


1% 


.026 


.3868 




1% 18 


.659 


1% 


.028 


.4962 




1% 16 


1.008 


1.90 


.035 


.7810 




1.90 16 


1.264 



ALLEGHENY METAL 

Supplied with Reinforcing Steel Inserts — Polished Outside 





SQUARE 




Size 


Wall 


Wg-ht. 


O.D. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


n /l6 


.018 


.1890 


Ww 


.020 


.2385 


1 


.026 


.3868 


1%6 


.028 


.4962 


1% 


.035 
RECTANGULAR 


.7810 


%xl 


.018 


.1890 


%ri% 


.020 


.2385 


%xl% 


.026 


.3868 


xl% 


.028 


.4962 


x2 


.035 


.7810 



For Stainless Steel Railing Fittings, see Page 131. 



Seamless Phosphor Bronze Tubing 

Drawn to Exact Measurement with Finished Bearing Surface Inside. For Bearings and Bushings. 

Stocked in Random Lengths 



O.D. 


I. D. 


Wg*ht. 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Wg*ht. 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Wg-ht. 


O.D. 


I. D. 


Wg-ht. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


Inch 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


% 


% 


.238 


% 


% 


1.019 


1% 


% 


1.351 


1% 


1% 


4.562 


% 


% 


.333 


% 


% 


.472 


m 


% 


2.896 


Hi 


1% 


3.564 


% 


% 


.760 




y 2 


2.183 


i% 


1 


1.518 


i% 


1% 


2.471 


% 


% 


.428 




% 


1.732 


i% 


IVk 


.686 


1% 


1% 


1.283 


% 


% 


.950 




% 


1.185 


m 


% 


5.132 


2 


iM 


7.413 


% 


%e 


.748 




% 


.544 


\y 2 


1 


3.802 


2 


l% 


5.322 


% 


% 


.523 


VA 


% 


2.539 


m 


IK 


2.091 


2 


i% 


2.851 


% 


% 


1.470 


i% 


% 


1.993 


i% 


i 


6.273 








On Pages 143 to 147 are listed a 


complete stock of finished Bunting Bronze Bearings 


, machined and centered bars and cored bars 





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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Brown & Shcrrpe Gauge 



Jaugre 


Diain. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


% 


.375 


.4074 


¥16 


.3125 


.2829 


1 


.2893 


.2411 


2 


.2576 


.1912 


3 /4 


.250 


.1811 


3 


.2294 


.1516 


6 


.1620 


.07563 


7 


.1443 


.05998 


8 


.1285 


.04756 


9 


.1144 


.03772 



10 



.1019 



.02991 



Soft High Brass Wire 




Gaugre 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


11 


.09074 


.02372 


12 


.08081 


.01881 


13 


.07196 


.01492 


14 


.06408 


.01183 


15 


.05707 


.009383 


16 


.05082 


.007441 


17 


.04526 


.005901 


18 


.04030 


.004679 


19 


.03589 


.003711 


20 


.03196 


.002943 



21 



.02846 



.002334 



Random Weight Coils 



Gauge 


Diam. 


wg-ht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin.Ft. 


22 


.02535 


.001851 


23 


.02257 


.001468 


24 


.02010 


.001164 


25 


.01790 


.0009231 


26 


.01594 


.0007321 


*27 


.01420 


.0005805 


*28 


.01264 


.0004604 


*29 


.01126 


.0003651 


*30 


.01003 


.0002896 


*31 


.008928 


.0002297 


*32 


.007950 


.0001821 


* Carried in spools 


only. 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Spring Brass Wire 



Gaugre 


Diam. 


wg-ht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 





.3249 


.3018 


1 


.2893 


.2411 


2 


.2576 


.1912 


3 


.2294 


.1516 


4 


.2043 


.1203 


5 


.1819 


,09537 


6 


.1620 


.07563 


7 


.1443 


.05998 


8 


.1285 


.04756 



G-augre 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


tin. Pt. 


9 


.1144 


.03772 


10 


.1019 


.02991 


11 


.09074 


.02372 


12 


.08081 


.01881 


13 


.07196 


.01492 


14 


.06408 


.01183 


15 


.05707 


.009383 


16 


.05082 


.007441 


17 


.04526 


.005901 



Random Weight Coils 



G-augre 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin.Ft. 


18 


.04030 


.004679 


19 


.03589 


.003711 


20 


.03196 


.002943 


21 


.02846 


.002334 


22 


.02535 


.001851 


23 


.02257 


.001468 


24 


.02010 


.001164 


25 


.01790 


.0009231 


26 


.01594 


.0007321 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Phosphor Bronze Spring Wire 



Gaugre 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


tin. Ft. 





.3249 


.31945 


1 


.2893 


.25334 


2 


.2576 


.20091 


3 


.2294 


.15932 


4 


.2043 


.12635 


5 


.1819 


.10020 


6 


.1620 


.07946 


7 


.1443 


.06301 


8 


.1285 


.04998 


9 


.1144 


.03964 


10 


.1019 


.03143 



Random Weight Coils 



Gauge 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


11 


.09074 


.024924 


12 


.08081 


.01977 


13 


.07196 


.01567 


14 


.06408 


.01244 


15 


.05707 


.00986 


16 


.05082 


.00782 


17 


.04526 


.00619 


18 


.04030 


.00492 


19 


.03589 


.00389 


20 


.03196 


.00309 


21 


.02846 


.00245 



Gaugre 
No. 
22 
24 
26 
28 



Diam. 
Inch 

.02535 
.02010 
.01594 
.01264 



*30 .01003 
*32 .00795 
*34 .00630 



wgrht. 

Lin.Ft. 

.00194 
.00122 
.00077 
.00048 



.0003046 
.0001915 

.0001205 



* Carried in Spools Only. 



Aluminum Wire — Half Hard 

Temper designation 2S4 



G>augre 


Decimal 


wgrht. 


Gaugre Decimal Wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


No. Inch Lin. Ft. 


6 


.162 


.0242 


11 .090 .0076 


8 


.128 


.0151 


12 .080 .0060 


9 


.114 


.0120 


14 .064 .0038 


10 


.101 


.0095 


16 .050 .0023 

18% Nickel Silver Wire- 






Brown <S Sharpe Gauge 


G-augre 


Decimal 


wgrht. 


Gaugre Decimal Wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


No. Inch Lin. Ft. 


6 


.162 


.07759 


13 .071 .01531 


7 


.144 


.06153 


14 .064 .01214 


8 


.128 


.04879 


15 .057 .009626 


9 


.114 


.03870 


16 .050 ,007633 


10 


.101 


.03069 


17 .045 .006053 


11 


.090 


.02434 


18 .040 .004801 


12 


.080 


.01930 


19 .035 .003807 


For Malin's Spool Wire, see Page 46. 





Gaugre 


Decimal 


wg-ht, 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


18 


.040 


.0014 


20 


.031 


.0009 


22 


.025 


.0006 



Random Weight Coils 



Gaugre 


Decimal 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Ft. 


20 


.031 


.003019 


21 


.028 


.002394 


22 


.025 


.001899 


23 


.022 


.001506 


24 


.020 


.001194 


25 


.017 


.000947 


26 


.015 


.000751 



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45 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Gauge 


Diam. 


wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft 


0000 


.4600 


.6412 


000 


.4096 


.5085 


00 


.3648 


.4053 





.3249 


.3198 


1 


.2893 


.2536 


2 


.2576 


.2011 


3 


.2294 


.1595 


4 


.2043 


.1265 


5 


.1819 


.1003 


6 


.1620 


.07955 


7 


.1443 


.06309 


8 


.1285 


.05003 


9 


.1144 


.03968 



Bare Soft Copper Wire 




Gauge 


Diam. 


Wght. 


No. 


Inch 


Lin. Pt. 


10 


.1019 


.03146 


11 


.09074 


.0249 


12 


.08081 


.01979 


13 


.07196 


.01569 


14 


.06408 


.01244 


15 


.05707 


.009869 


16 


.05082 


.007827 


17 


.04526 


.006207 


18 


.04030 


.004922 


19 


.03589 


.003904 


20 


.03196 


.003096 


2] 


.02846 


.002455 


22 


.02535 


.001947 



Random Weight Coils 



Gauge 
No. 


Diam. 
Inch 


wgrht. 

Din. Pt. 


23 

24 

*26 

*28 


.02257 
.02010 
.01594 
.01264 


.001544 
.001224 
.0007695 
.0004850 


*30 
*31 
*32 
*33 


.01003 
.00893 
.00795 

.00708 


.0003046 
.0002415 
.0001915 
.0001519 



*34 



.00630 



.0001205 



' Carried in Spools Only. 



Tie Wires 

Bare Soft Copper Wire — 14" Lengths 



Gauge 
No. 


Diam. 

Inch 


Wt. Dbs. No. Wires 
Din. Pt. Per Db. 


14 


.06408 


.01244 68 


16 


.05082 


.007827 109 



For Copper Nails, see Page 76. 



Brown & Sharpe Gauge 



Gauge 
No. 

1 
2 

3 
4 
6 



Decimal 
Inch 

.2893 
.2576 

.2294 
.2043 
.1620 



Wght. 
Din. Pt. 

.2536 
.2011 

.1595 
.1265 

.07955 



Bare Hard Copper Wire 




Gauge 


Decimal 


Wght. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Pt. 


8 


.1285 


.05003 


10 


.1019 


.03146 


12 


.08081 


.01979 


14 


.06408 


.01244 


16 


.05082 


.007827 



Random Weight Coils 



Gauge 
No. 

18 
20 
22 
24 



Decimal 
Inch 

.04030 
.03196 
.02535 
.02010 



wgrht. 

Din. Pt. 

.004922 
.003096 
.001947 
.001224 



Spring Silicon Bronze Wire 

A high copper-silicon alloy with tensile strength comparable to steel. 



Brown 6c Sharpe Gauge 



Gauge 


Diam. 


wght. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Pt. 





.3249 


.31945 


1 


.2893 


.25334 


2 


.2576 


.20091 


3 


.2294 


.15932 


4 


.2043 


.12635 


5 


.1819 


.10020 


6 


.1620 


.07946 


7 


.1443 


.06301 


8 


.1285 


.04998 




Gauge 


Diam. 


Wgrht. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Ft. 


9 


.1144 


.03964 


10 


.1019 


.03143 


11 


.09074 


.024924 


12 


.08081 


.01977 


13 


.07196 


.01567 


14 


.06408 


.01244 


15 


.05707 


.00986 


16 


.05082 


.00782 


17 


.04526 


.00619 



Random Weight Coils 



Gauge 


Diam. 


wght. 


No. 


Inch 


Din. Pt. 


18 


.04030 


.00492 


19 


.03589 


.00389 


20 


.03196 


.00309 


21 


.02846 


.00245 


22 


.02535 


.00194 


24 


.02010 


.00122 


26 


.01594 


.00077 


28 


.01264 


.00048 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Matin's Spool Wire 




SOFT BRASS WIRE— SPRING BRASS WIRE— SOFT COPPER WIRE— LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



W&M Gaugre 


14 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


30 


32 


34 


36 


1 oz. 


Spool 


$ 0.90 


$ 1.00 


$ LOO 


$ 1.00 


$ 1.05 


$ 1.10 


$ 1.20 


$ 1.30 


$ 1.50 


$ 1.70 


$ 2.00 


$ 2.80 


2 oz. 


" 


1.40 


1.55 


1.60 


1.60 


1.70 


1.85 


1.90 


2.15 


2.50 


2.85 


3.40 


4.00 


% lb. 


" 


2.10 


2.20 


2.30 


2.35 


2.50 


2.65 


2.75 


3.10 


3.55 


4.15 


4.75 


5.65 


% lb. 


" 


4.20 


4.40 


4.60 


4.70 


5.00 


5.30 


5.50 


6.20 


7.10 


8.30 


9.50 


11.30 


1 lb. 




8.20 


8.60 


9.00 


9.15 


9.75 


10.35 


10.70 


12.10 


13.85 


16.20 


18.50 


22.05 


2 1b. 


" 


16.40 


17.20 


18.00 


18.30 


19.50 


20.70 


21.40 


24.20 


27.70 


32.40 


37.00 


44.10 


5 lb. 


" 


40.00 


42.00 


44.00 


44.50 


47.50 


50.45 


52.15 


59.00 


67.50 


78.95 


90.20 


107.50 



Phosphor Bronze Wire— 18% Nickel Silver Wire 

Spring Temper — B & S Gauge 



List Prices Per Dozen 



Gaugre No. 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


30 


32 


34 


36 


1 oz. Spool 


$ 1.55 


$ 1.60 


$ 1.65 


$ 1.95 


$ 2.10 


$ 2.20 


$ 2.65 


$ 3.15 


$ 4.50 


$ 5.25 


$ 6.00 


2 oz. 


2.77 


2.80 


2.90 


3.47 


3.70 


3.87 


4.70 


5.60 


7.20 


8.40 


9.80 


% lb. " 


4.15 


4.20 


4.35 


5.20 


5.55 


5.80 


7.05 


8.40 


12,00 


15.60 


19.20 


% lb. " 


7.70 


7.80 


8.10 


9.90 


10.40 


10.80 


13.60 


15.90 


22.80 


29.40 


36.60 


1 lb. " 


14.20 


14.40 


15.00 


17.80 


19.20 


20.20 


24.60 


30.00 


43.20 


55.40 


70.20 



Gaugre 


8 


10 


12 


50 Ft. Spool 


$ 1.88 


$ 1.20 


$0.78 


100 " 


3.57 


2.28 


1.48 


200 " 


6.77 


4.32 


2.80 


500 " 


13.10 


9.00 


5.85 



Aluminum Wire 

99% Pure Soft Aluminum— B & S Gauge 

List Prices Per Single Spool or Coil 
14 16 18 20 

$0.53 $0.38 $0.34 $0.30 

1.00 .72 .64 .57 

1.90 1.37 1.22 1.08 

3.98 2.85 2.55 2.25 



22 


24 


26 


28 


30 


$0.27 


$0.25 


$0.23 


$0.21 


$0.19 


.51 


.47 


.43 


.40 


.36 


.97 


.90 


.83 


.76 


.68 


2.02 


1.87 


1.73 


1.57 


1.42 



Malin's No. 70 Tencenter Spooled Wire Assortment 

(Do not confuse with Malin Regular Spooled Wire sold in various weights.) 




Sizes Stocked Gaugre No. 

Plain Annealed 18 20 22 24 26 

Tinned " 18 20 22 24 26 

Annealed & Tinned No. 18 20 22 24 26 
Feet Per Spool 21 33 50 58 73 



Every Spool Plainly Marked with Gauge and Length 

Sizes Stocked Gaugre No. Sizes Stocked Gaugre No. 

Soft Copper 18 20 22 24 26 Black Hair Wire 28 30 32 34 36 

Soft Brass 18 20 22 24 26 Tinned Hair Wire.... 28 30 32 34 36 

Spring Brass 18 20 22 24 26 

Length of Wire on Spools is as follows: 

Brass & Copper.. No. 18 20 22 24 26 Hair Wire No. 28 30 32 34 36 

Feet Per Spool 12 24 28 34 35 Feet Per Spool 82 94 102 114 118 



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47 



Merlin's Music Wire 

MUSIC WIRE, as ordinarily made, is designed to work indifferently well for either mechanical purposes or for strings on musical instru- 
ments, and in consequence is not perfectly adapted for either. MALIN'S MUSIC WIRE is specially made for mechanical purposes only; has a 
tensile strength of about one hundred and seventy tons per square inc!i of section, and is extremely tough, instead of being brittle. No other 
MUSIC WIRE is so well adapted to the demand of the hardware and supply trade. 



■■■• 



■•:: 



STOCKED IN '/4 POUND AND 1 POUND COILS 







Pt. Per 


List 


Number 


Diameter 


Pound 


Per lib 


0000000 


.003 


39000 




000000 


.004 


23433 


Prices 


00000 


.005 


14997 


on 


0000 


.006 


10415 


request 


000 


.007 


7652 




00 


.008 


5858 


$12.00 





.009 


4629 


9.00 


1 


.010 


3749 


7.50 


2 


.011 


2936 


6.00 


3 


.012 


2604 


5.00 


4 


.013 


2218 


4.00 


5 


.014 


1913 


3.50 


6 


.016 


1465 


3.00 


7 


.018 


1157 


2.75 


8 


.020 


937 


2.50 


9 


.022 


775 


2.25 


10 


.024 


651 


2.00 


11 


.026 


560 


1.80 


12 


.029 


447 


1.80 


13 


.031 


391 


1.60 







Pt. Per 


List 


3er 


Diameter 


Found 


Per Lb 


14 


.033 


344 


$1.60 


15 


.035 


305 


1.60 


16 


.037 


274 


1.40 


17 


.039 


247 


1.40 


18 


.041 


223 


1.40 


19 


.043 


203 


1.20 


20 


.045 


185 


1.20 


21 


.047 


170 


1.20 


22 


.049 


156 


1.20 


23 


.051 


144 


1.20 


24 


.055 


124 


1.20 


25 


.059 


108 


1.20 


26 


.063 


94 


1.20 


27 


.067 


83 


1.20 


28 


.071 


74 


1.20 


29 


.075 


68 


1.20 


30 


.080 


58 


1.20 


31 


.083 


54 


1.20 


32 


.086 


51 


1.20 


33 


.091 


46 


1.20 







Ft. Per 


List 


Number 


Diameter 


Found 


Per Lb 


34 


.094 


43 


$1.20 


35 


.098 


39 


1.20 


36 


.102 


36 


1.20 


37 


.106 


34 


1.20 


38 


.110 


32 


1.20 


39 


.114 


29 


1.20 


40 


.118 


27 


1.20 


y 8 " 


.125 


24 


1.20 


%4" 


.140 


20 


1.20 


%</' 


.156 


16 


1.20 


*W 


.172 


12 


1.20 


%6" 


.187 


10 


1.20 


w 


.203 


9 


1.20 


%2" 


.218 


8 


1.20 


!%4" 


.234 


6 3 /4 


1.20 


%* 


.250 


5V2 


1.20 


%2" 


.281 


4% 


1.20 


%6" 


.3125 


4 


1.20 


%" 


.375 


2% 


1.20 



Stainless Steel Wire 

Random weight Coils. 
PAGE ALLEGHENY METAL (18-8) 

Stocked both Spring Temper and An- 
nealed in sizes as indicated below. 
Wg-ht. Lbs. No. Feet 



-meter 


Per Foot 


Per Lb. 


Temper 


.016 


.00067 


1480 


Sp.— 


.018 


.00085 


1170 


s P .- 


.020 


.00105 


944 


Sp.^ 


.022 


.00128 


780 


Sp.— 


.024 


.00152 


658 


Sp.— 


.026 


.00178 


562 


Sp.— 


.028 


.00207 


483 


Sp.— 


.030 


.00238 


420 


s P .- 


.032 


.00270 


370 


Sp.— 


.034 


.00305 


328 


Sp.— 


.036 


.00342 


292 


Sp.— 


.038 


.00381 


262 


s P .^ 


.041 


.00448 


223 


Sp.— A 


.051 


.00694 


144 


Sp.— A 


.062 


.0102 


98 


Sp.— A 


.072 


.0139 


72 


Sp.— 


.080 


.0172 


58 


Sp.— 


.091 


.0217 


46 


Sp.— 


.105 


.0285 


35 


Sp.- 



Stainless Steel Trolling Wire 

PAGE ALLEGHENY METAL (18-8) 

Annealed and Pickled. 
Spools about 300 feet each. 

Ft. Per Price Per 



G-augre 


Diam. 


Pound 


Spool 


6 


.016 


1480 


$1.05 


7 


.018 


1170 


1.15 


8 


.020 


944 


1.30 


9 


.022 


780 


1.30 


10 


.024 


658 


1.65 


11 


.026 


562 


1.90 


12 


.028 


483 


2.05 


13 


.030 


420 


2.25 


14 


.032 


370 


2.55 



Spray Wire — Metallizing Wire 

12 Ga.— .080" 15 Ga.— .057" 

We can supply wire for spray plating purposes in all common 
metals and alloys such as zinc, tin, copper, brass, lead, cadmium, 
aluminum, phosphor bronze, nickel silver, or monel. The above 
gages are usually used, although other gages may be obtained if 
desired. 

This wire is for use with a metallizing gun. 



Stainless Steel Fish Leader Wire 

PAGE ALLEGHENY METAL (18-8) 







Lbs. 


Ft. Per 


Price Per Doz. 


Price Per 


Gaug-e 


Diam. 


Test 


Pound 


25 Ft. Lgrths. 


1/4 Lb. Coil 


2 


.011 


25 


3140 


$1.30 


$1.50 


3 


.012 


30 


2630 


L35 


1.38 


4 


.013 


35 


2240 


1.40 


1.28 


5 


.014 


40 


1940 


1.64 


1.19 


6 


.016 


55 


1480 


1.88 


1.00 


7 


.018 


69 


1170 


1.88 


.85 


8 


.020 


85 


944 


1.92 


.78 


9 


.022 


105 


780 


1.92 


.71 


10 


.024 


124 


658 


2.07 


.68 


11 


.026 


146 


562 


2.07 


.68 


12 


.028 


171 


483 


2.16 


.63 


13 


.030 


195 


420 


2.45 


.59 


14 


.032 


220 


370 


2.74 


.58 


15 


.034 


250 


328 


3.27 


.58 


16 


.036 


280 


292 


3.75 


.58 


17 


.038 


310 


262 


3.75 


.58 



25 Ft. lengths are packed in separate glassine envelopes, twelve 

to a carton. 

V4-Lb. Coils are bare. If packed in envelopes add 5c net per coil. 



Stainless Steel Tiller Rope 

PAGE ALLEGHENY METAL (18-8) 



6 Strand x 42 Wire 



6 Strand x 19 Wire 





Price Per 




Price Per 


Diameter 


1,000 Ft. 


Diameter 


1,000 Ft. 


fte" 


$260.00 


y 8 " 


$170.00 


%2" 


310.00 


%2" 


200.00 


V*" 


340.00 


3 /lfi" 


220.00 


%2" 


380.00 






%6" 


400.00 







Strength Comparison— Breaking Test: Vs" Dia., 6x19 Stainless 
Steel, 1,500 Lbs. Va" Dia., Phosphor Bronze Tiller Rope, 1,680 Lbs. 



Phosphor Bronze Tiller Rope 



Breaking" Price Per 
Diam. Test — libs. 1,000 Ft. 

6 Strand x 19 Wire 

Vs " 660 $110.00 

% 6 " 1360 120.00 

6 Strand x 42 Wire 

li " 1680 200.00 



*h* 



2600 



210.00 



Breaking* 


Price Per 


Diam. Test — libs 


1,000 Pt. 


6 Strand x 42 Wire 


% " 3800 


$240.00 


7 /W 4750 


280.00 


% " 6900 


340.00 


% " 10360 


470.00 


% " 16100 


690.00 



^nzmmmmmmmmmmm. 



48 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Screen Cloth 

(Fly Screen) 

Stainless Steel, 

Bronze, Copper, 

Galvanized 



14 Mesh 



16 Mesh 



Bronze Screen Cloth should be used wherever destructive climatic conditions have to be met. It requires neither paint nor lacquer. The 
exposure to weather merely darkens the metallic sheen, making the screen almost invisible. Supplied in either bright or antique finish. 

Stocked in 14 and 16 Mesh 
CARRIED IN ROLLS OF 50 AND 100 LINEAL FEET 



14 Mesh— Wire Ga. No. 33— .0118 



16 Mesh— Wire Ga. No. 33— .0118 



Width 
Inches 

18 
20 
22 

24 
26 

28 

30 
32 
34 

36 

38 
40 

42 
44 
46 

48 



No. Sq. Ft. 
Per Boll 


Wgfht. Per 
Boll, Lbs. 


Width 
Inches 


150 

166% 

183J/3 


22 

24 
27 


18 
20 

22 


200 
216% 
233 Vz 


29 
31 
34 


24 
26 

28 


250 

266 2 / 3 
283 V3 


36 
39 

41 


30 
32 

34 


300 

316 2 /3 

333 Vs 


44 
46 

48 


36 
38 
40 


350 

366% 

383?/3 


51 
53 
56 


42 
44 
46 



No. Sq. Ft. 
Per Boll 


Wg-ht. Per 
Boll, Lbs. 


150 

166% 

1831/3 


23 
25 

28 


200 
216% 
233 Vb 


30 
33 
35 


250 

266% 
283% 


38 
40 
43 


300 
316% 

333% 


45 

47 
51 


350 

366% 

383% 


53 
56 
58 



400 



58 



48 



400 



For Copper Tacks, see Page 76. 



Galvanized After Weaving Wire Cloth 

The process of "after-galvanizing" insures maintenance of a uniform square mesh, firmly solders every joint and makes the cloth both 
rigid and rust proof. 



Mesh 
Per In. 

I 

1 

1 

% 
% 



% 

% 
2 
2 

2 

2\i 
3 



2 

2% 

3 

4 



W. &M. 

Ga. No. 

13 
12 

13 

14 

15 
14 

15 
16 
16 

17 
12 
14 

16 

18 
12 

14 



19 
20 
21 
23 



HEAVY GRADES 




Decimal 
Inch 




Mesh 
Per In. 


.092 

.105 
.092 




3 
3 
3 


.080 
.072 
.080 




4 
4 


.072 
.063 
.063 




4 
4 
4 


.054 
.105 
.080 




5 
5 
6 


.063 

.047 
.105 




6 
6 

8 


.080 




8 
8 


ANDARD 


OR HARDWARE GRAI 


.041 
.035 
.032 




5 
6 

8 



.025 



W. &M. 
Ga. No. 

16 
18 
19 

12 
12 
14 

16 
18 
20 

19 
21 
16 

18 
22 

20 

22 
25 



24 
25 
27 



Decimal 
Inch 

.063 
.047 

.041 

.105 
.105 
.080 

.063 
.047 
.035 

.041 
.032 
.063 

.047 
.028 

.035 

.028 
.020 



.023 
.020 
.017 



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Brass Strainer Cloth 

Market Grade— Rolls 12"x60" 



Mesh 
tin. In. 

20x20 
30x26 
40x32 
50x36 
60x40 



Wire 
Size 

.010 

.009 

.0075 

.007 

.0065 



List Price 
Per Boll 

$1.35 

1.65 
1.15 
1.35 
1.50 



Mesh 
Lin. In. 

70x49 
80x55 

90x63 
100x69 
120x88 



Wire 


List Price 


Size 


Per Boll 


.0065 


$2.30 


.00575 


2.75 


.005 


3.20 


.0045 


3.65 


.0036 


4.50 



t 




Wire Cloth 



3 Mesh 



10 Mesh 



Mesh 

Number to 

Lineal In. 

*2 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

8 

10 
12 
14 

16 
18 
20 

22 
24 
30 

35 
40 
45 

50 
60 

80 
100 

-Special Size 



Market Grade— Brass, Copper, Phosphor Bronze, Stainless Steel, and Monel 

Rolls— 36" Wide 

Note; Specify Size of Wire in Decimal of an Inch. 

Add: 
Diam of "Wire 
Dec. Inch 

.1019 

.063 

.054 

.047 

.041 
.035 
.028 

.025 
.023 
.020 

.018 
.017 
.016 

.015 
.014 
.013 

.011 
.010 

.0095 

.009 
.0075 

.00575 
.0045 



Approx. 
Ga. No. 
W. & M. 


Opening 1 
Width 
Inches 


Open Area 
Per Cent 


WfiTht. Lbs. 
Sq. Pt. 


Brass, Copper, 

Bronze 

Per Sq. Pt. 


Monel, Nickel. 
Stainless Steel 
Per Sq. Pt. 


10 B. &S. 


Gauge 48" Wide Phosphor Bronze. 




$2.00 




16 
17 


.437 
.279 


76 
70 


.53 
.58 


.65 
.70 


$1.30 
1.40 


18 


.203 


66 


.62 


.70 


1.40 


19 
20 


.159 
.132 


63 
62 


.55 
.48 


.70 
.70 


1.40 

1 40 


22 


.097 


60 


.40 


.65 


1.30 


23 
24 
25 


.075 
.060 
.051 


56 
52 

51 


.40 
.40 
.40 


.65 
.65 

.65 


1.30 
1.30 
1.30 


26 


.0445 


51 


.35 


.65 


1 30 


27 
28 


.0386 
.034 


48 
46 


.35 
.34 


.60 
.60 


1.20 

1.20 


29 

30 
32 


.0305 
.0277 
.0203 


45 

44 
37 


.30 
.30 
.30 


.60 
.60 
.65 


1.20 
1.20 
1.30 


33 
34 
35 


.0176 
.0150 
.0127 


38 
36 
33 


.28 
.30 
.28 


.65 
.70 
.85 


1.30 
1.40 
1.70 


36 

39 


.0110 
.0092 


30 
31 


.26 
.20 


.85 
.80 


1.70 
1.60 


45 
50 


.0068 
.0055 


29 
30 


.17 
.15 


1.25 
1.75 


2.20 

2.65 



EXTRA FINE MESHES 



120 


.0037 


150 


.0026 


200 


.0021 


250 


.0016 


300 


.0015 



.0046 


30 


.0041 


37 


.0029 


33 


.0024 


36 


.0018 


30 



2.00 


3.00 


2.75 


4.15 


4.50 


6.75 


11.00 


16.50 


25.00 


37.50 



Most of the popular sizes are carried in all four metals. However, before estimating or ordering, it is best to check with our office This is 
especially true in extremely large and very small sizes. u our omce - ims 1S 

For Perforated Metals of all kinds, see Page 22. 



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Snap-On Architectural Moulding 

HIMCO Stainless Laminated Metal (Patented), Polished Finish. 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Genuine non-magnetic 18-8 Stainless Steel 

ALLEGHENY METAL shell over aluminum alloy core. 
No exposed screws. 

Stock Length — 21 Feet, or supplied cut to length. 



List 
Heififht Width Per Ft. 

Square Type — Modernistic Pattern 



No. 771 


K 


i 


$.65 


No. 773 


% 


i% 


.90 


No. 774 


% 


2 


1.25 


No. 775 


% 


2% 


1.25 




Hali Oval Type 




No. 668 


% 


% 


.45 


No. 669 


% 


% 


.55 


No. 770 


% 


1 


.65 


No. 772 


% 


1% 


.90 




NON- 
CORROSIVE 
METAL 



773*1 ft" WIDE 

77 M" WIDE 



772-li/ 2 " WIDE 
770- r WIDE 



Can also be supplied in Polished or Satin Finished Bronze. 



Carpet and Linoleum Hardware 

Holes Drilled for Screws or Pins 
(See cuts of shapes on Page 51) 







Nosings 








Edgings and Bindings 








Lengths About 12 Feet 












EDGINGS 










BRASS 










Lengths About 12 Feet 








For Thickness 










BRASS 






Item 


Width 


Lip Material 


or 


List Price 


Item 


Width 


Material 




List Price 


No. 


Inch 


Inch Size 


Gauge 


Per Foot 


Ho. 


Inch 




Thickness 


Drilling- 


Per Poot 


22 


11/4 




18 


$ .225 


60 


'A 




Va 




P or S 


$ .48 


37 


l 7 / 8 


1 


18 


.39 


70 


l A 




Va 




P or S 


.36 


38 


m 


1 


18 


.39 


91 


W2 




Misc. 




S 


1.20 


121 


IV* 




20 


.18 


93 


h 








P or S 


.48 


137'/ 2 


IV* 


1 


20 


.27 


255 


% 




Misc. 




S 


.33 


138 


V/b 


1 


20 


.33 


672 


Va 




Vk 




s 


.54 


W 2 


IVk 


1 


20 


.27 


673 


iH 




% 




s 


.66 


139 


l 3 /4 


1 V& 


20 


.33 


683- 


Wa 




3„_ 




s 


.72 


175 


1 


3 /4 


20 


.2025 
















677 


\Vk 


% Va 




1.32 








WHITE METAL 






678 


lVs 


Vb i% 




1.38 






Satin Finish or Pol 


shed 














070 


Vz 




Va 




P or S 


.36 






BRONZE 






0672 


Va 




% 




S 


.24 


475 


1 


3 /4 


20 


.27 


0673 


1/8 




% 




S 


.27 












"P"— Drilled for Pins. 














WHITE METAL 






"S" — Drilled for Screws. 










0677 


iy 8 


% 1/8 




.57 








BINDINGS 






0678 


ivt 


% A 


.... 


,57 






Furnished with Pins 










BRASS PLATED STEEL 






Item 




BRASS 
Width G-aug-e No. 


Feet 


List Price 


121 


IVi 




20 


.12 


No. 




Incli 




Per Box 


Per Box 


Discounts quoted upon application. 






67 
102 




1 




30 
22 


150 
75 


$ 4.80 
7.80 












102'/ 2 




1 




26 


75 


6.45 






DOOR SADDLES 






103 




1 




22 


75 


9.75 
10.95 






Corrugated Type 






104 




VA 




22 


75 


Extruded Brass or Aluminum. 






1041/2 




Wa 




26 


75 


7.55 


Random Lengths — about 14 Ft. 






106 




3 / 4 




18 


75 


13.50 


Widths— 4", 


5", and 


6". 






111 
1111/2 

114 




5 /8 
5 /8 

2 




22 
26 
22 


75 
75 
75 


6.45 

4.80 

16.50 




DIAMOND TREAD STAIR PLATES 




117 




3 /4 




22 


75 


6.45 


Furnished in 


all sizes 


and shapes to special order. 




117'/ 2 




3/4 




26 


75 


4.80 












153 




3 /4 




20 


75 


9.00 




KICK PLATES— PUSH PLATES 










ZINC 
















111 




Vb 




22 


75 


3.75 


Brass, Bronze 


>, Aluminum, or Stainless Steel. 






117 




3/4 




22 


75 


3.75 


Furnished in 


all sizes 


, drilled to specification. 












BRONZE 






Polished finish, or plated if desired. 






411 
417 




V& 
34 




22 

22 


75 
75 


9.00 
9.00 


Ask for quotation to 


cover your specifications 






Discounts 


quoted on application. 

































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Shapes of Carpet and Linoleum Hardware 
Nosings Nosings 




No. 22 






No. 37 




Nos. 38, 138 




Nos. 677, 678, 0677, 0678 




No. 121 



DoOr Saddles (Threshold) 




No. 1371/2 




No. 138 1/2 





No. 139 

d ±- - ==" 

l_ JHB— 

Nos. 175, 475 

Escutcheon Pins See page 77 

Copper Tacks See page 76 

Brass Wood Screws... .See page 57 

Steel Wood Screws See page 57 

OTHER EXTRUDED SHAPES 

Angle Brass See page 11 

Hall Round Brass .....See page 11 

Half Oval Brass See page 11 




Edgings 



No. 60 



No. 70 




Nos. 573, 673, 0573, 0673 



No. 91 



Bindings 




No. 67 




Nos. 102, 104, 104 J / 2 , 114, 117, 
1171/2, 317,417 





Nos. 103, 106. Ill, 153, 311, 411 



Stair Plates 




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■ 



Bakelite Laminated (All Types) 

The data below are generally indica- 
tive of the properties of Bakelite Lami- 
nated, including stock made with the sev- 
eral bases — paper, linen, and canvas — 
and with varying degrees of resinoid 
impregnation. The figures given under 
"minimum" and "maximum" do not rep- 
resent a range in test data for a given 
sample, but are rather the extremes noted 
in extensive test data covering a wide 
range of samples. 

Bakelite Laminated 

(Comparison of Paper Base and 
Fabric Base Type) 

The figures in each vertical column are 
understood to apply only to one particu- 
lar kind of laminated material. Several 
dozen kinds of Bakelite Laminated, vary- 
ing in type of base and in per cent of 
resinoid impregnation, are manufactured. 
Rather than list complete data for all 
varieties of the material, the following 
condensed typical figures are presented. 
While these data are typical, it is well to 
remember that other materials differing 
in any one or several of the properties 
are available, or can be specially pro- 
duced. 



-2% 

90°C. 
194°F. 

30 
70 





Round Rods 




% 


% 


2 


M6 


1 


2% 


% 


1% 


2Mi 


Tie 


1% 


2% 


% 


1% 


3 


*6 


1% 


3% 


% 


1% 


3% 


*Vi* 


1% 


3% 


% 


1% 


4 



9ie 

% 

% 
%6 

V2 



BAKELITE 

Table of Properties 

Fhysical Properties 

Specific gravity 

Oil absorption 

Water absorption (24 hours immersion) (water 
absorption varies, depending upon size, 
shape, etc. of sample) 

Resistance to heat (safe limit for constant tem- 
perature) 

Hardness {sample flatwise) 

Brinell 

Scleroscope 

Coefficient of expansion (sample lengthwise) 

(per degree centigrade) .00002 

Tensile strength (ultimate) (pounds per square 

inch) 8,500 

Modulus of elasticity (from tensile test) (pounds 

per square inch) 1,000,000 

Bending test 

Ultimate strength (pounds per square inch) 

Sample flatwise 15,000 

Sample edgewise 15,000 

Compression test 

Ultimate strength (pounds per square inch) 

Sample flatwise 30,000 

Sample edgewise 18,000 

Shearing test 

Ultimate strength (pounds per square inch) 

Sample flatwise 7,000 

Sample edgewise 8,000 

Dielectric strength (volts per mil thickness) 

Vfe-inch sample 400 

1/^2-inch sample 400 

Dielectric constant......... 4.5 

Power factor (at radio frequencies) 1.5 

Volume resistivity (ohms per centimeter cube). 10 10 

Below are listed the stock sizes available. 
Round Tubes 

Wall Thicknesses y 32 , Vie, %2 

Inside Diameter 

%6 15 /l6 

% 1 

% 1 Vs 

^6 1 %6 



All Types 


Specific Types 


Minimum Maximum 


Paper base Fabric base 


1.32 1.41 


1.36 1.38 


Nil Nil 


Nil Nil 



3-0% 

150°C. 

3Q0°F. 

40 
94 



.00003 

24,000 

2,500,000 



30,000 

24,000 



43,000 
35,000 



11,500 
10,000 

900 

1,400 

6 

10 
10*3 



■5% 

' 125°C. 
[ 257°F. 

40 
80 



.00002 

19,000 

1,500,000 



21,000 
20,000 



30,000 
18,000 



10,000 
10,000 

900 

1,400 

4.5 

3-5% 

1012 



.9% 

110°C. 
230°F. 

38 
72 



.00002 

10,000 

1,000,000 



20,000 
20,000 



40,000 
22,000 



9,000 
9,000 

450 

1,000 

5.5 

8% 



1%6 

1% 

l 7 /l6 

1% 

1%6 

1% 



l ll /l6 
1% 

l 13 /lG 

1% 
l 15 /lf> 

2 



Sheets 

Standard Size 36"x42" 
Thickness Wt. Per Thickness Wt. Per 



Inches 

Vie 
% 

%6 



54* 



Sq.Pt. 

.450 

.870 
1.319 
1.800 
2.635 



Inches Sq.Ft. 

V 2 3.47 

% 4.50 



i 



7.20 



FIBRE Colors— Red, Grey, or Black 



Round Rods 

Hard Vulcanized Fibre 
Lengths Approximately 5 Feet 



%2 

% 

5 /l6 

% 
7 /l6 

y 2 



Thickness 
Inches 

^4 

%2 

3,4, 



74 



% 

Hie 

% 
me 

% 

15 /l6 
1 

1 % 

l Yi 

1% 



Wt. Per 
Sq. Pt. 

.112 

.225 

.337 

.45 

.90 
1.35 
1.80 
2.25 



1% 

1% 
1% 
l 7 /s 
2 

2% 
2% 

2% 
2% 



Round Hard Fibre Tubes 

Lengths from 2 to 3 Feet 
Wall Thicknesses % 6 , % 2 , %, % 2 , 3 /i6- %2, %, %2, %6 





Inside Diame 


ster 






Yx % 


1% 


Vk 


3% 




%e u Ae 


1% 


2% 


3V4 




% % 


1% 


2% 


3% 




%0 %s 


1% 


m 


3% 




% 7 / 8 


1% 


2% 


3% 




7 /lG 15 /l6 


1% 


2% 


3% 




¥2 1 


2 


2% 


3% 




%6 1 % 




3 


4 




Vulcanized Fibre Sheets 










Size about 46"x72" 










Thickness Wt. Per 




Thickness 




Wt. Per 


Inches Sq. Pt. 




Inches 




Sq. Pt. 


% 2.70 




m 




8.10 


7 /l6 3.15 




1% 




9.00 


V 2 3.60 




1% 




9.90 


% 4.50 




1% 




10.80 


% 5.40 




v< 




11.70 


% 6.30 




1% 




12.60 


1 7.20 




1% 

2 




13.50 
14.40 



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Solid Balls 



OOeOOooeeOOOO0g 



Diameter 


Decimal 


Inch 


Inch 


Vie 


.0625 


%2 


.09375 


y 8 


.125 


%2 


.1562 


%6 


.1875 


%2 


.2187 


% 


.2500 


%2 


.2812 


5 /l6 


.3125 


n /k> 


.3437 


% 


.3750 


7 /l0 


.4375 


y 2 


.5000 


%6 


.5625 


% 


.6250 


n /l6 


.6875 


% 


.7500 


*%« 


.8125 


7 /8 


.8750 


15 /l6 


.9375 


1 


1.0000 


1 He 


1.0625 


1 % 


1.1250 


l%e 


1.1875 


1% 


1.2500 


1 %e 


1,3125 


1% 


1.3750 


1 %6 


1.4375 


i y 2 


1.5000 


1 %6 


1.5626 


1 % 


1.625 


lHie 


1.6875 


1 % 


1.75 


1 X %6 


1.8125 


1 7 /8 


1.875 


1% 


1.9375 


2 


2.000 


2% 


2.125 


2% 


2.250 


2% 


2.375 


2 V 2 


2.500 



No. Per 
Packag-e 


Net Weig-ht 
Per Package 


Brass, Bronze 

Mc-nel Metal 

Stainless Steel 

List Per M 


Chrome Steel 
List Per M 


10,000 
10,000 
10,000 


.40 
1.28 
3.1 


$ 12.00 
12.00 

8.00 


$ 6.00 


5,000 
5,000 

5,000 


3.0 
5.1 
8.1 


9.00 
11.00 
13.00 


7.00 
8.00 
9.00 


2,000 

2,000 
1,000 


4.8 
6.8 
4.7 


15.00 
19.00 
25.00 


10.00 
12.00 
14.00 


1,000 

1,000 

500 


6.2 

8.0 
6.5 


30.00 
34.00 
60.00 


16.00 

18.00 
28.00 


500 
500 
250 


9.5 

13.4 

9.3 


88.00 
126.00 

172.00 


35.50 
60.00 
73.00 


200 

200 
150 


10.0 
12.6 
12.4 


212.00 
252.00 
336.00 


100.00 
128.00 
155.00 


125 

100 

75 


12,7 

12.6 
11.5 


372.00 
440.00 
512,00 


188.00 
230.00 
270.00 


65 
50 
45 


11.9 
10.9 

11.6 


610.00 
700.00 
900.00 


325.00 
373.00 
460.00 


40 
30 
25 


11.9 
10.4 
10.1 


1100.00 
1300.00 
1600.00 


500.00 
620.00 
740.00 


25 

20 
20 


11.4 

10.3 
11.11 

12.96 

10.76 
12.20 

13.28 
10.08 
10.89 

12.27 
7.32 
8.72 

10.31 
12.02 


1750.00 
1900.00 
2050.00 

2200.00 
2400.00 
2600.00 

3100.00 
3500.00 
3950.00 

4400.00 
4700.00 
6000.00 

7000.00 
8000.00 


820.00 

1050.00 


20 




15 




15 




15 




10 




10 




10 




5 




5 




5 




5 





The above estimated weights are for Brass or Bronze. 
Multiply the above weights by 1.04 for Monel Metal. 

.926 for Stainless Steel. 

.918 for Chrome Steel. 



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METALBESTOS 

"AIR INSULATED" 

Gas Vent Pipe and Fittings 

The products of combustion of all natural and artificial gases contain varying amounts of sulfuric acid or sulfurous acid which condense 
as these exhaust gases cool, usually in the vent pipe itself, causing corrosion or deterioration of the pipe. METALBESTOS is made with a pure 
aluminum inner pipe, which is unaffected by these acids, a heavily galvanized outer pipe, with a half inch of circulating air space between 
the two for insulation. This construction insures corrosion free service and a rapid flow of gases through the pipe due to the absence of rapid 
cooling. 

METALBESTOS is DURABLE, EFFICIENT, SAFE and EASY TO INSTALL. 



Sizes 



METALBESTOS ROUND PIPE AND FITTINGS 
3" 4" 5" 6" 7" 



Pipe* Per Ft. $ .36 $ .51 


$ .66 $ .79 $ .93 $1.09 


$1.45 


Angles — 45° 


Each 


1.10 


1.25 


1,40 


1.55 


1.95 


2.45 


4.10 


-90° 


" 


1.25 


1.40 


1.55 


1.80 


2.25 


2.85 


4.50 


Tees 


" 


1.65 


1.95 


2.25 


2.70 


3.20 


3.90 


4.25 


Tee Drip Caps 


" 


.20 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.65 


Reducers^ 


" 




1.10 


1.35 


1.55 


1.85 


2.25 


3.00 


Ventilator Tops 


" 


1.50 


1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


3.35 


4.10 


5.25 


Master "A" Tops 


" 


1.25 


1.50 


1.80 


2.15 


2.75 


3.30 


4.10 


Standard "A" Tops 


" 


1.50 


1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


3.35 


4.10 


5.25 


Connectors 


Set 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.75 


Ventilated Wall Thimbles 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


1.75 


2.25 


2.75 


3.50 


Wall Brackets 


Each 


.35 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.55 


.60 


.70 


Extra Spacers 


" 


.06 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.15 


.18 


.24 



* Round and Rectangular Pipe furnished in either 3' or 10' lengths 
at prices listed. Sizes always refer to Inner Aluminum pipe. 

JPrices of reducers are for sizes listed to any smaller diameter. 

§Tees furnished with round side outlets of corresponding area to 
rectangular vertical section. Smaller outlets furnished if desired at 
same prices. 

^Adapters are made from rectangular to round to correspond to 
dimensions at head of columns. 



METAL GAUGES ARE AS FOLLOWS: 

ALUMINUM —3" TO 6" INCLUSIVE— 28 GAUGE 

—7" TO 8" " —26 

—OVER 8" " —24 



GALVANIZED STEEL 



-4" TO 7" INCLUSIVE— 26 
-OVER 7" " —24 



METALBESTOS RECTANGULAR PIPE AND FITTINGS 



Rectangular Sizes 


2H"*3H' 


ttt"sft%' 


'2H"x9"2H 


'Xll%" 


Equivalent Round Sizes 3" 


4" 


5" 


6" 


Pipe* 


Per Ft. $ .50 


$ .70 


$ .88 


$1.05 


Flat Angles— 45° 


Each 1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


3.00 


—90° 


" 2.25 


2.60 


3.00 


3.35 


Side Angles — 45° 


" 1.50 


1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


—90° 


" 1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


3.00 


Tees§ 


" 2.25 


2.60 


3.00 


3.35 


Tee Drip Caps 


.45 


.50 


.55 


.60 


Adapters|[ 


1.85 


2.25 


2.60 


3.00 


Wall Brackets 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.55 


Extra Spacers 


.10 


.12 


.15 


.18 



Pipe- 



APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHTS— CRATED 

(Deduct 20% for Weight Uncrated) 
-Per 100 feet Fittings— Per Dozen 



ROUND PIPE AND FITTINGS 



Size 


3" 


4" 


5" 


6" 


7" 


8" 


10" 


Pipe 


145 


180 


220 


260 


310 


370 


480 


45° Elbows 


19 


24 


30 


38 


49 


60 


80 


90° Elbows— Tops 


\ 24 


32 


40 


50 


62 


74 


110 


Reducers 














Tees 


35 


48 


60 


75 


95 


118 


165 



RECTANGULAR PIPE AND FITTINGS 



Size 2 14 "x3 %' 

Pipe 190 

Elbows (All Angles) 30 
Tees and Adapters 40 



Ask for illustrated folder giving further information and complete installation instructions. 
Discounts Quoted upon Application. 



2H"«5%" 


2H"x9" 


2i/ 2 "xiiy 2 


230 


275 


325 


40 


50 


75 


50 


60 


90 



Copper Leaders or Down Spouts 

16 OZ. ROUND PLAIN— 10 FOOT LENGTHS 




16 OZ. ROUND CORRUGATED— 10 FOOT LENGTHS 



ROUND, PLAIN AND CORRUGATED 

16 oz. — 10 Foot Lengths 

Size 2" 2^2" 3" 4" 5" 6" 

List Per \ J Plain $ .30 $ .36 $ .36 $ .51 $ .69 $ .90 
Foot \ I Corrugated .30 36 .51 .69 .90 

Discount Quoted upon Application. 




SQUARE, PLAIN AND CORRUGATED— 10 FOOT LENGTHS 




This shape by long custom has been termed Square. Whereuo, in 
reality, it is Rectangular in shape. We state sizes by trade terms 
and also actual dimensions. 



SQUARE CORRUGATED 
Size 2" 3" 

Actual Dimensions l 3 /4x2 1 /4 2 3 /sx3 1 /4 

List Per Foot $.31 $.40 

Discount Quoted upon Application. 

SQUARE PLAIN 

Actual Dimensions..! 3 /4x2 14 l 3 /4x2 3 /4 2x3 

List Per Foot $ .32 $ .36 $ .41 

Discount Quoted upon Application. 



4" 


5" 


2 3 / 4 x4 1 / 4 


3 3 /4x5 


$ .53 


$ .75 



2x4 

$ .45 



3x4 

$ .63 



4x4 

$ .67 



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55 



Copper Gutter or Eaves Trough 



Single or Double Bead — Lap or Slip Joint 
Single Bead Slip Joint must be specified right or left hand. Double Bead Slip Joint is reversible for either hand. 

16 oz. Copper— 10 Foot Lengths 250 Feet per crate 




Inch 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 




List Prices per Lineal Foot 

LAP JOINT 

Single Double 

Bead Bead 

$ -26 $ .32 ; 

.32 .40 

.36 .45 

.44 .55 

.54 .64 

.63 .75 

.80 .92 

.95 1.07 





SLIP JOINT 


Single 
Bead 


Double 
Bead 


$ .29 


$ .35 


.35 


.43 


.39 


.48 


.47 


.58 


.57 


.67 


.66 


.78 


.83 


.95 


.98 


1.10 



Discount guoted upon Application. 




Copper Elbows and Shoes 

16 oz. — Round Plain and Corrugated — Square Corrugated 

Elbows are furnished in different degrees of angle. Use number when ordering to designate 
type wanted. Also specify whether elbows or shoes are desired when ordering. 



Angle Number., 
Degrees 



PLAIN ROUND 



1 

45° 



2 

60° 



3 

75° 



4 

90° 



Size 

2" 
3" 
4" 
5" 
6" 



Elbows 

$ .75 ea. 
1.00 
1.50 
2.25 
3.15 



CORRUGATED ROUND CORRUGATED SQUARE 



Shoes 

$ .85 ea. 
1.10 
1.65 
2.50 
3.50 



Elbows 

$ .75ea. 
1.00 
1.50 
2.25 
3.15 



Shoes 

$ .85 ea. 
1.10 
1.65 
2.50 
3.50 



Elbows 

$ .90 ea. 
1.20 
1.80 
2.75 



Shoes 

$1.05 ea. 
1.35 
2.00 
3.00 



Copper Vent Pipe Accessories 
Copper Vent Elbows 

Short and Standard 

List Bach 

3" $1.00 

4" 1.50 

5" 2.25 

6" 3.15 

Copper Vent Drip Tees 



3" 
4" 
5" 
6" 



Bach Net 

$1.35 
1.65 
2.10 
2.75 



Discount quoted upon Application. 



Copper Adjustable Elbows 



Size 

List Each 



16 oz.— Adjustable to any angle 

3" 4" 

$ .63 $ .94 

Discount quoted upon Application. 



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5" 

$1.50 



6" 

$1.75 



Copper A Tops 

Standard Master 

3" 3" 

4" 4" 

5" 5" 

6" 6" 

7" 
8" 

Plain Copper Vent Tees 



3" 
4" 
5" 
6" 



$1.00 
1.35 

1.75 
1.95 



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Copper Gutter Accessories 





End Piece 


Complete 






END PIECES 




END PIECES 




With Cap & Outlet 




With Outlet— No Cap 




Single 


Double 


Single Double 


ize 


Bead 


Bead 

List Per Dozen 


Bead Bead 


r 


$16.20 


$19.20 


$11.40 $14.40 


4" 


17.40 


20.40 


12.60 15.60 


5" 


19.20 


22.20 


13.20 16.20 


6" 


22.20 


25.20 


15.60 18.60 


7" 


27.00 


30.00 


19.20 22.20 



9 




B 




c 




OUTLETS 




CAPS 




Size 


Outlets 




Caps 




List Price Each 


2" 


$.30 




$.30 


3" 


.40 




.40 


4" 


.45 




.45 


5" 


.70 




.70 


6" 


.80 




.80 



Discount quoted upon Application. 




OUTSIDE CORNER 



Copper Mitres — 16 oz. 




INSIDE CORNER 



Double seamed- 



-Reiniorced. For Standard Gutter Single Bead or Double Bead — Outside or Inside 

Lap or Slip Joint — Accurate Angle 

In single bead the slip determines the hand. The bead side being toward you. In measur- 
ing a job take the entire length and add one foot for each mitre. When ordering, don't fail to 
state whether Inside or Outside, and if slip joint state rights or lefts, otherwise half rights and 
half lefts will be supplied. 

List Price Per Dozen 





LAP JOINT 




SLIP JOINT 




Size 


Single Bead 


Double Bead 


Single Bead 


Double Bead 


3" 


$10.80 


$13.80 


$13.80 


$16.80 


4" 


11.40 


14.40 


14.40 


17.40 


5" 


13.20 


16.20 


16.20 


19.20 


6" 


20.04 


23.04 


23.04 


26.04 


7" 


25.80 


28.80 


28.80 


31.80 



2" 
3" 
4" 
5" 
6" 




Copper Wire Strainers 



List Price Per Dozen 



ROUND 

#17 Gauge 
17 
16 
15 
15 



$1.80 
2.90 
4.20 
7.20 
8.25 



Discount quoted upon Application. 



2"x3" 
3"x4" 
4"x5" 



SHANKS ONLY 

List Per 100 
No. 12 $19.00 




Copper Gutter Hangers 



GEM CIRCLES 
For Single Bead Gutter 





SQUARE 

#17 Gauge 
16 
15 



$4.00 
8.00 
10.00 



PENN CIRCLES 
For Double Bead Gutter 




4 Inch 

5 Inch 

6 Inch 



List Per 100- 
$18.50 
20.00 
31.00 



-Including brass bolts and clips 

4 Inch $25.00 

5 Inch 28.00 

6 Inch 35.00 



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Brass Wood Screws 
Silicon Bronze Wood Screws 

List Price Per Gross 




U Inch 


% Inch 


Y 2 Inch 




Hlnch 


3/4 Inch 




V B Inch 




llnch 


li/4 Inch 


No, 


No. 


No. 






No. 




No. 






No. 






No. 




No. 


$.64 


$.66 


1 


$.78 




2 


$.90 


2 


$1.00 




4 


$1.40 




4 


$1.50 


6 $2.20 


1 .66 


1 .70 


2 


.84 




3 


1.00 


3 


1.10 




5 


1.55 




5 


1.65 


7 2.50 


2 .70 


2 .76 


3 


.90 




4 


1.10 


4 


1.20 




6 


1.75 




6 


1.85 


8 2.80 


3 .76 


3 .82 


4 


.98 




5 


1.25 


5 


1.35 




7 


2.00 




7 


2.15 


9 3.20 


4 .86 


4 .90 


5 


1.10 




6 


1.40 


6 


1.50 




8 


2.25 




8 


2.40 


10 3.60 




5 .98 


6 


1.25 




7 


1.60 


7 


1.75 




9 


2.50 




9 


2,70 


11 4.00 




6 1.10 


7 


1.45 




8 


1.80 


8 


2.00 




10 


2.75 




10 


3.00 


12 4.45 






8 


1.65 




9 


2.05 


9 


2.25 




11 


3.10 




11 


3.35 


14 5.75 












10 


2.30 


10 
11 
12 


2.50 

2.75 
3.10 




12 


3.45 




12 
14 


3.80 
4.90 




1H Inch 


1% Inch 




2 Inch 




214 Inch 




21 2 Inch 




3 Inch 




31 2 Inch 


No. 


No. 




No. 






No. 






No. 






No 






No. 


6 $2.45 


8 $3.65 




8 


$4.00 




10 


$5.60 




10 


$6.20 




12 


$9.15 


12 $11.20 


7 2.80 


9 4.10 




9 


4.50 




11 


6.35 




11 


7.00 




14 


11.20 


14 13.25 


8 3.20 


10 4.60 




10 


5.10 




12 


7.15 




12 


7.80 




16 


14.40 


16 16.65 


9 3.60 


11 5.20 




11 


5.75 




14 


9.00 




14 


9.85 




18 


17.65 


18 20.20 


10 4.00 


12 5.85 




12 


6.55 




16 


11.35 




16 


12.50 












1 1 4.55 


14 7.40 




14 


8.15 




18 


13.60 




18 


15.10 












12 5.10 






16 


10.30 
























14 6.50 






18 


12.45 


























Iron Wood Screws 

List Price Per Gross 



14 


Inch 


%I 


nch 


Hin 


ch 


% Inch 


; ) Inch 


% Inch 


llnch 




114 Inch 


1H Inch 


1% 


Inch 


No. 




No. 




No. 




No. 




No. 




No. 




No. 






No. 




No 




No. 







$.30 





$.32 


1 $.34 


2 


$.36 


2 


$.38 


3 


$.44 


3 


$.46 




4 $.52 


4 


$.60 


6 


$.72 


1 


.30 


1 


.32 


2 


.34 


3 


.38 


3 


.40 


4 


.46 


4 


.48 




5 


.54 


5 


.62 


7 


.78 


2 


.30 


2 


.32 


3 


.36 


4 


.38 


4 


.40 


5 


.48 


5 


.50 




6 


.58 


6 


.66 


8 


.84 


3 


.32 


3 


.34 


4 


.36 


5 


.40 


5 


.42 


6 


.52 


6 


.54 




7 


.62 


7 


.70 


9 


.90 


4 


.32 


4 


.34 


5 


.36 


6 


.44 


6 


.46 


7 


.56 


7 


.58 




8 


.66 


8 


.75 


10 


.96 






5 


.34 


6 


.40 


7 


.48 


7 


.50 


8 


.60 


8 


.62 




9 


.70 


9 


.80 


11 


1.05 






6 


,38 


7 


.44 


8 


.52 


8 


.54 


9 


.64 


9 


.66 




10 


.76 


10 


.86 


12 


1.15 






7 


.42 


8 


.48 


9 


.56 


9 


.58 


10 


.68 


10 


.70 




11 


.84 


11 


.95 


14 


1.50 






8 


.46 


9 


.52 


10 


.60 


10 


.62 


11 


.72 


11 


.75 




12 


.92 


12 


1.05 


16 


i.90 










10 


.56 


11 


.64 


11 


.66 


12 


.76 


12 


.80 




14 1.25 


14 


1.35 


18 


2.30 














12 


.68 


12 
14 


.70 
.90 


14 


1.05 


14 
16 


1.10 
1.40 




16 1 
18 


.55 
.85 


16 
18 

20 


1.70 

2.05 

2.40 


20 


2.70 


2 Inch 


2H Inch 


2% Inch 




2 % Inch 


3 Inch 


3* 2 Inch 




4 Inch 




4H Inch 


5 Inch 


No. 




No. 




No. 






No. 




No. 




No. 






No 






No. 




No. 




6 


$.78 


6 


$.82 


6 


$.90 




8 


$1.10 


8 


$1.20 


10 


$1.90 




12 


$2.50 




14 $3,30 


14 


$3.65 


7 


.84 


7 


.88 


7 


.96 




9 


1.20 


9 


1.30 


11 


2.10 




14 


3.00 




16 


3.85 


16 


4.20 


8 


.90 


8 


.95 


8 


1.05 




10 


1.32 


10 


1.42 


12 


2.30 




16 


3.55 




18 


4.50 


18 


5.00 


9 


LOO 


9 


1.05 


9 


1.15 




11 


1.45 


11 


1.55 


14 


2.80 




18 


4.20 




20 


5.25 


20 


6.0G 


10 


1.10 


10 


1.15 


10 


1.25 




12 


1.65 


12 


1.75 


16 


3.35 




20 


4.95 




24 


7.10 


24 


7.60 


11 


1.20 


11 


1.25 


11 


1.35 




14 


2.05 


14 


2.25 


18 


3.95 




24 


6.60 












12 


1.30 


12 


1.35 


12 


1.50 




16 


2.60 


16 


2.80 


20 


4.55 


















14 


1.60 


14 


1.75 


14 


1.85 




18 


3.20 


18 


3.40 


24 


5.70 


















16 


2.00 


16 


2.20 


16 


2.40 




20 


3.80 


20 


4.00 






















18 


2.40 


18 


2.65 


18 


3.00 








24 


4.95 






















20 


2.80 


20 


3.10 


20 


3.60 

































Lengths and diameters not listed are special, but are furnished to the extent that they may be in stock, or when required in sufficient quanti- 
ties of a size to warrant being made to order. Such non-listed lengths and diameters take the list prices of the next longer or larger listed sizes. 
Flat head and oval head countersunk wood screws are measured fiom outer edge of countersink to point. Round heads from beneath head. 
FINISHING WASHERS— REFER TO PAGE 75. LEAD SCREW ANCHORS— REFER TO PAGE 69. 



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Round Head 


Diameters 


No. 


Lengths 




w 


$.24 


% 


.25 


% 


.26 


% 


.27 


% 


.28 


% 


.... 


1 





m 


.... 


m 




1% 


. 


2 


.... 



Holtite Thread-Forming Screws 
HOLTITE 



No. 6 

$.25 
.26 

,27 
.28 

.29 
.30 
.31 



PRICE PER GROSS 



NO. 7 



$.27 
.28 
.29 

.30 
.31 
.32 



No. 8 



$.29 
.31 
.33 

.35 

.37 
.39 
.43 

.47 



No. 10 



;.34 

.36 
.38 

.40 
.42 
.44 

.48 

.52 
.56 
.60 




Countersunk Flat Head 



No. 12 



$.38 
.40 

.42 
.44 
.46 
.50 

.54 



No. 14 



$.39 
.42 

.45 
.48 
.51 
.57 

.63 
.69 

.75 



Stocked in Round Head Plain Steel only. Others available from factory. 




Holtite Thread-Forming Screws 




Diameters 

Lengths 



5/ c 



1 

Hi 

iy 2 

i% 

2 



Binding Head 



No. 4 



Countersunk Oval Head 



$1.68 
1.75 
1.82 
1.89 

1.96 



No. 6 

$1.75 
1.82 
1.89 
1.96 

2.03 
2.10 

2.17 



PRICE PER 


1000 


No. 7 


No. 8 


$1.89 
1.96 
2.03 


$2.03 
2.17 

2.31 


2.10 
2.17 
2.24 


2.45 
2.59 
2.73 



3.01 
3.29 



No. 10 



$2.38 
2.52 
2.66 

2.80 
2.94 
3.08 
3.36 

3.64 
3.92 

4.20 



No. 12 



$2.66 
2.80 

2.94 
3.08 
3.22 
3.50 

3.78 



No. 14 



$2.73 
2.94 

3.15 
3.36 
3.57 
3.99 

4.41 
4.83 
5.25 



Duralumin Wood Screws — Bright Finish 

Temper designation 17ST 

Showing stock sizes 





ROUND HEAD 






Size 


Length 


4 


6 


v» 


* 


* 


% 


* 


* 


% 


* 


* 


% 






1 




* 


m 






IVi 







10 





OVAL HEAD 






FLAT HEAD 






Size 






Size 




Length 


4 6 8 


10 


Length 


4 6 8 


10 


v 2 


* 




% 


* 




% 


* * * 




•Vs 


* * 




% 


* * 


* 


% 


* * 




% 


* # 




% 


# 




1 


* * 


* 


1 


* 


* 


«4 


* 


* 


IV* 




* 


*% 




* 


1% 


* * 


* 








2 







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Gauge 
Decimal 

Diameter 

Inches 



Length 




Flat Head 



No. 5 



.1236 



3.25 
3.45 

3.70 



No. 6 



.1368 



3.40 
3.70 
4.05 
4.80 
5.05 
5.55 
5.95 



Stainless Steel Wood Screws 

18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Flat Countersunk Head 

Price Per Gross 



No. 7 



.150 



4.05 
4.30 
5.20 
5.70 
6.10 
6.85 



No. 8 



.163 



t head, cut thread, bright tumbled finish. 



$ 4.15 
4.40 
5.30 
5.82 
6.20 
7.00 
8.10 
9.20 
10.00 



No. 9 



.1763 



$ 4.70 
5.65 
6.10 
6.55 
7.45 
8.70 
9.90 
10.85 



No. 10 



.1894 



$ 5.00 

6.00 

7.00 

8.10 

9.20 

10.30 

11.45 

12.60 




Round Head 



No. 12 



.2158 



No. 14 



.242 



Oval Csk. Head 



No. 16 



.2684 



For Round or Oval Head add 5% to above List Prices 



No. 18 



.2947 



$ 7.27 








8.90 
10.20 
11.10 
12.50 


$ 9.10 
11.25 

12.50 
14.10 


$11.75 
14.20 
15.20 


$15.80 
17.10 
18.60 


14.00 
15.10 
16.75 


15.30 
17.30 
18.55 


16.60 
17.80 
18.70 


19.80 
22.00 
24.00 




22.00 


24.60 


27.00 



Stainless Steel Machine Screws 

18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 



Round Head Oval Csk. or French Head 

Diameter 6 8 



Threads Per Inch 



Length 
% 

% 



1 
1% 

VA 

2 



32 



32 



$2.20 
2.20 
2.30 
2.35 
2.40 
2.60 
3.40 
4.20 



$2.20 
2.30 
2.40 
2.45 

2.60 
3.00 
3.80 
4.60 

5.80 



ALLEGHENY METAL 

Flat Head 

Price Per Gross 



10 



10 



24 



32 



$2.70 
2.80 
2.95 
3.10 
3.80 
4.20 
4.70 
6.20 



Supplied with upset head, rolled thread, bright tumbled finish. 

To obtain List Prices for 

Oval or Round Head Screws- 
Fillister Head Screws — 
Truss Head Screws — - 




1 



$2.80 
2.90 
3.05 
3.20 
3.90 
4.30 
4.80 
6.40 



-Add 5% to above List Prices. 
Add 10% to above List Prices. 
Add 20% to above List Prices. 



Flat Head 


Fillister Head 


Truss Head 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


20 


18 


16 


$4.40 






4.55 


$ 7.50 


$ 8.95 


4.95 


7.75 


9.45 


5.45 


8.40 


9.95 


5.95 


9.50 


11.90 


6.55 


10.80 


13.80 


7.20 


12.10 


15.20 


9.30 


14.05 


18.30 



Diameter 
Large End .0715 



.092 



Practional 



Size 
Number 



5/64 



6/0 



Length 



% 

% 
1 

IX 
1% 

1% 

2 

2% 
2% 
2% 
3 



$7.80 
7.90 
8.00 
8.26 
8.54 



3/32 



5/0 



$7.86 
7.96 
8.06 
8.33 
8.60 



Stainless Steel Taper Pins 

18—8 Chromium-Nickel Taper l A " to the Foot 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Price Per 100 



.108 



7/64 



4/0 



$7.92 
8.02 
8.12 
8.40 
8.68 
9.35 



.125 



1/8 



3/0 



$ 8.08 
8.18 
8.47 
8.76 
9.44 
10.31 



9/64 



2/0 



I 8.24 

8.51 

8.84 

9.53 

10.40 

11.08 



For other Stainless Steel Material see Index, Page 8. 



.156 



5/32 



$ 8.30 

8.61 

8.92 

9.62 

10.50 

11.20 



.172 



11/64 



$ 8.64 
8.98 
9.32 
10.00 
10.70 
11.42 
12.14 



3/16 



$ 9.04 
9.41 
9.78 
10.58 
11.38 
12.10 
12.86 
13.70 



.219 



7/32 



3 



$ 9.98 
10.33 
10.68 
11.50 
12.38 
13.38 
14.18 
15.00 
15.82 
16.64 
17.88 



.250 



1/4 



$10.32 
10.76 
11.20 
12.14 
13.06 
13.98 
14.88 
15.78 
16.70 
17.68 
18.60 



19/64 



$11.36 
11.89 
12.42 
13.52 
14.72 
15.78 
16.94 
18.24 
19.54 
20.90 
22.20 



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Diameter 



Brass Machine Screws 

Flat, Round, Oval and Fillister Head 
List Price per Gross 

4 6 8 10 






Common 



56 



48 



40 



Iiess Common 



64 



Iiengfth 



%c" 






% " 

% " 



1" 

1% " 

m " 

v/ 2 " 



2% 
2V> 
2% 
3" 



56 



48 



32 



40 



.28 


$ .34 


$ .40 


$ .52 


.30 


.36 


.42 


.54 


.32 


.38 


.44 


.58 


.34 


.40 


.46 


.62 


.36 


.42 


.48 


.66 


.38 


.44 


.50 


.70 


.40 


.46 


.54 


.76 


.44 


.52 


.62 


.92 


.50 


.58 


.68 


1.00 


.56 


.66 


.74 


1.10 






.82 


1.20 






.90 


1.30 






LOO 


1.45 






1.25 


1.65 
1.95 
2.25 



36 



$.70 
.76 
.82 



.94 
1.02 
1.20 

1.30 
1.45 

1.60 
1.75 

1.90 
2.15 
2.45 
2.75 

3.10 
3.45 
3.80 
4.15 



12 



1/4" 



24 



20 



28 



$.95 
1.05 
1.15 

1.25 
1.35 
1.45 
1.75 

1.90 
2.05 
2.20 
2.35 

2.55 
2.90 
3.35 
3.80 

4.25 
4.75 
5.25 
5.75 



$1.60 

1.70 

1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
2.20 

2.40 
2.60 
2.80 
3.00 

3.25 
3.75 
4.25 

4.75 

5.25 
5.75 
6,25 
6.75 



$2.30 

2.40 
2.50 
2.65 
2,95 

3.15 
3.45 
3.75 
4.05 

4.35 
4.95 
5.55 

6.15 

6.75 
7.35 
8.00 
8.65 



5/16" 



24 



$4.60 
4.80 
5.00 

5.40 

5.80 
6.30 
6.80 
7.30 

7.80 

8.50 

9.30 

10.40 

11.50 
12.60 
13.70 
14.90 



3/8" 

16 



24 



$7.10 
7.70 

8.20 
8.90 
9.60 

10.30 

11.00 
12.10 
13.40 
14.70 

16.20 
17.80 
19.50 
21.60 






Diameter 



Common 



Less Common 



Iieng-th 

% " 



Vie 

% " 

% " 
% " 
1" 

m " 

i% " 
i% - 
i% " 

2" 

2% " 
Vk " 
2%" 

3" 



56 



48 



56 



Iron Machine Screws 

Flat, Round, Oval and Fillister Head 
List Price per Gross 

4 6 8 10 



40 



48 



$ .24 


$ .25 


$ .26 


.25 


.26 


.27 


.26 


.27 


.28 


.27 


.28 


.29 


.28 


.29 


.30 


.29 


.30 


.31 


.30 


.31 


.32 


.32 


.33 


.34 


.33 


.34 


.36 


.34 


.36 


.38 
.42 
.46 

.52 

.60 




1/4" 



32 



32 



24 



24 



20 



40 



36 



32 



28 



28 



.28 
.29 

.30 
.31 

.32 
.34 
.36 
.40 

.43 
.46 
.50 

.54 

.58 
.68 
.82 
.96 



5/16" 



18 



24 



3/8" 



16 



24 



.35 


$ .45 










.36 


.46 


$ .64 








.37 


.48 


.66 


$ .80 






.39 


.50 


.68 


.84 


$1.55 




.41 


.52 


.70 


.88 


1.60 




.43 


.54 


.74 


.92 


1.65 


$2.20 


.47 


.58 


.82 


1.00 


1.75 


2.40 


.49 


.62 


.86 


1.05 


1.80 


2.50 


.53 


.66 


.92 


1.10 


1.90 


2.65 


.57 


.70 


.98 


1.20 


2.00 


2.85 


.63 


.76 


1.04 


1.30 


2.10 


3.05 


.69 


.82 


1.10 


1.40 


2.25 


3.25 


.82 


.95 


1.24 


1.60 


2.45 


3.55 


.95 


1.12 


1.40 


1.80 


2.75 


3.95 


1.08 


1.30 


1.60 


2.00 


3.05 


4.40 


1.25 


1.50 


1.80 


2.25 


3.35 


4.85 


1.45 


1.70 


2.05 


2.50 


3.65 


5.40 


1.65 


1.95 


2.30 


2.75 


4.00 


6.00 


1.85 


2.15 


2,60 


3.10 


4.40 


6.60 



Length of Flat Head Screws measured over all. All others measured under head. 

Lengths, diameters and threads per inch not listed are special; but are furnished to the extent that they may be in stock or when required 
in sufficient quantities of a size to warrant being made to order. When ordering, state length first. 

The coarse threads are those recommended by the National Screw Thread Commission as being more commonly used and we intend to 
carry large stocks of coarse threads. 

NOTE: Cannot supply Va " length in Flat and Oval Heads. 



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61 



Silicon Bronze Machine Screws 



k 



Diameter 
Threads Per Inch 

I«eng-tli 



V, 

% 



M % 

m 

2 



No. 6 
32 

$1.30 
1.38 
1.46 
1.54 
1.62 
1.70 
1.78 



Round Head 


Flat Head 




List Price Per Gross 


No. 8 




No. ia 


32 




24 


$1.80 






1.90 




$2.20 


2.00 




2.35 


2.10 




2.50 


2.20 




2.65 


2.30 




2,80 


2.40 




2.95 


2.60 




3.25 


2.80 




3.55 



20 



$4.40 
4.65 
4.90 
5.15 
5.40 
5.65 
6.15 
6.65 
7.15 
7.65 



$ 8.40 

8.80 

9.20 

9.60 

10.00 

10.80 

11.60 

12.40 

13.20 



16 



$11.00 
11.60 
12.20 
12.80 
13.40 
14.60 
15.80 
17.00 
18.20 



Diameter 
Threads Per Inch 
Length 



Silicon Bronze Cap Screws and Machine Bolts 



20 




Prices upon application. 



18 

$14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.90 
15.30 
15.70 
16.10 
16.50 
16.90 
17.30 
17.70 
18.10 
18.50 



Nuts Are Not Included 

List Price Per Hundred 

% 
16 



$16.25 
16.25 
16.25 
16.65 
17.05 
17.45 
17.85 
18.25 
18.65 
19.05 
19.45 
19.85 
20.25 
20.65 



H 

13 

$17.90 
19.00 
20.20 
21.90 
22.50 
23.10 
23.70 
24.30 
24.90 
25.50 
26.10 
26.70 
27.30 
27.90 



ft 



$26.10 
28.50 
31.00 
33.60 
36.40 
39.40 
42.70 
46.30 
50.30 



% 
10 



$39.00 
43.80 
48.90 
54.00 
59.20 
64.40 
69.60 
74.70 
79.80 



X^eng'th 
Inches 



\\\ 

Vz 

H 

H 

% 
i 

Wa 

IK. 
Wa 

2 

2K 



ROUND HEAD— Bright Finish 



Duralumin Machine Screws 

Temper Designation 17ST 
Showing Stock Sizes 



Diameter and Thread 
6-32 8-32 10-24 



* 

* 

* 



* 

* 

* 
* 

* 
* 



10-32 

* 
* 

* 



H-20 



Length 
Inches 

Va 

ft 



V 
H 
Va 
Vh 
1 

I r /4 

l r / 2 

Wa 
2 



6-32 



FLAT HEAD 
Diameter and Thread 



8-32 



10-24 



10-32 



H-20 



OVAL HEAD 



H 

'A 
Va 
l 

134 



V2 



FILLISTER HEAD 

* 



JACKSON HEAD 



H 
Va 
7 A 
l 

Wa 
IX 
Wa 
2 



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Brass Cap Screws 

HEXAGON. FLAT, ROUND AND FILLISTER HEAD 



^mmmmmmtm 





U. S. Standard 

List Price Per Hundred, Subject to Discount 
MILLED FROM BAR STOCK 



Diameter of Screw 


1/4 


Threads Per Inch 


20 


Length 




% 


$4.70 


% 


4.90 


% 


5.10 


% 


5.30 


1 


5.50 


H4 


6.00 


1V 2 


6.50 


1% 


7.10 


2 


7.80 


Vk 


8.70 


21/2 


9.80 


2% 


11.00 


3 


12.00 


Diameter of 




Head (Hex.) 


7/16 


Heigrht of 




Head (Hex.) 


3/16 



5/16 
18 

$6.70 
6.90 
7.10 
7.30 
7.60 
8.20 
8.90 
9.70 
10.80 
11.80 
12.90 
14.20 
15.40 

1/2 

15/64 



3/8 
16 

$ 

8.80 
9.10 
9.40 
9.80 
10.60 
11.50 
12.50 
13.60 
14.80 
16.10 
17.50 
19.00 

9/16 
9/32 



7/16 
14 



12.10 



1/2 

13 



17.90 



13.10 
14.20 
15.40 
16.70 
18.10 
19.60 
21.20 
23.00 
25.00 

5/8 

21/64 



19.00 
20.20 
21.50 
22.90 
24.40 
26.00 
27.70 
29.60 
31.70 

3/4 

3/8 



5/8 
11 



26.10 
28.50 

31.00 
33.60 
36.40 
39.40 
42.70 
46.30 
50.30 

7/8 

15/32 



3/4 
10 



39.00 
43.80 
48.90 
54.00 
59.20 
64.40 
69.60 
74.70 
79.80 



9/16 



Our brass cap screws are all milled from the bar with cut threads. They are made to close limits and machined to an excellent finish. 
Sizes and lengths other than listed and special types of heads, threads, etc., can be economically produced to your specifications. 

For lengths longer than 3 inches, see page 66. 



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Stainless Steel 

18-8 Chromium-Nickel 




^■■B ' BBS F F F F F F F F F 


ALLEGHENY METAL 

Price Per 100 Pieces Without Nuts 




Carriage Bolts 




Hexagon or Square Head Machine Bolts 




Diameter of Screw 1/4 


5/16 




3/8 


1/2 


5/8 


3/4 


Threads Per Inch 20 


18 




16 


13 


11 


10 


Length 












$ 


M; $11.60 


$15.35 




$ - 


$.. 


$ 


% 11.95 


15.60 




18.05 








% 12,35 


16.10 




18.35 








1 13.13 


16.75 




18.95 


27.10 


37.08 


49.50 


iy 4 13.94 


17.35 




19.60 


28.21 


38.90 


54.20 


114 14.80 


18.00 




20.24 


29.36 


40.37 


58.30 


2 16.47 


19.31 




21.54 


31.64 


43.62 


63.60 


2V» 18.13 


20.58 




22.83 


34.00 


46.91 


68.00 


3 19.88 


21.87 




24.12 


36.32 


50.26 


73.20 


3Vo 






25.40 


38.65 


53.60 


77.75 


4 






26.66 


41.00 


56.95 


81.36 


4Vk 








43.31 


60.33 


86.44 


5 








45.65 


63.65 


91.45 


6 








50.32 


70.40 


101.52 



Stainless Steel Set Screws 

18-8 Chromium-Nickel 







ALLEGHENY METAL 




fc ^ 


**%> "*y? 




Cup Point 


— -Round Point 
















Slotted 


Square Head 
















Prices I 






Diameter 














of Screw 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


5/8 


Threads 














Per Inch 


20 


18 


16 


14 


13 


11 


Length 














Under Head 












V, 


$14.38 


$15.34 


$15.54 


$ 


$ - 


$ 


% ■ 


14.68 


15.86 


16.18 


16.30 






% 


14.98 


16.34 


16.84 


17.04 


19.28 




I 


15.58 


17.34 


18.34 


18.52 


21.28 


23.90 


Hi 






19.10 


20.00 


23.28 


26.68 


IV2 










25.28 


29.20 


For other Stainless Steel Material, 


see Index, Page 8. 





Stainless Steel Lag Screws 

18-8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Sguare Head— Gimlet Point 




Size 

lixHI. 

V4X2 

%x2 

%x2!{> 

%x2% 

%x3 

%*3% 



Price Per 100 

$14.80 
16.47 
21.54 
22.83 
23.47 
24.12 
25.40 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



63 




Steel Cap Screws 

HEXAGON HEAD 
American Standard 

Carried in stock in the fractional sizes of the Coarse and Fine Thread Series. 
List of August 1, 1936 

Price per Hundred 



Outside 
Diam. 
Screw 

Iigrth. Under 

Head to 

Extreme Point 

1/2 

H 

% 



Wa 

P/2 
13/4 
2 

2V4 
21/2 

2 3 /4 

3 

3i/4 
3V2 
33/4 
4 

4V2 
5 

51/2 
6 
Add for each 
1/4 Inch 



4.00 
4.70 



4.60 
5.40 



% 







Packed 100 in a 


box 




$1.30 


$1.50 


$1.90 






1.35 


1.60 


2.00 






1.40 


1.70 


2.10 


$3.00 $4.70 




1.50 


1.80 


2.20 


3.10 4.90 




1.60 


1.90 
2.10 


2.30 
2.50 


3.20 5.10 

3.50 5.50 


$ 7.90 


1.80 


8.40 


2.00 


2.30 
2.50 


2.70 
3.00 


3.80 


5.90 


8.90 


2.20 


4.10 


6.30 


9.40 


2.40 


2.70 


3.30 


4.50 


6.70 


10.00 


2.60 


2.90 
3.20 
3.50 


3.60 

3.90 
4.30 


4.90 


7.20 


10.60 


2.80 


5.30 


7.70 


11.20 


3.00 


5.70 


1 11.80 
12.40 


3.30 


3.80 


4,70 


6.20 


8.70 



5.30 
5.90 
6.80 

7.70 



6.70 


9.20 


7.20 


9.80 


7.90 


10.40 


8.60 


11.00 



.70 



.80 



.90 



1.00 



13.40 



1.20 



13.00 
13.60 
14.30 
15.00 
17.50 



1.50 



% 


% 


50 in a box 


$ 8.60 




9.20 


$13.30 


9.80 


14.10 


10.40 


14.90 


11.00 


15.70 



11.60 
12.20 
12.80 
13.50 
14.20 
15.00 
15.80 
16.60 
18.60 
22.60 



2.00 



16.50 
17.30 
18.10 
18.90 
19.80 
20.80 
21.80 
22.80 
25.50 
30.90 



2.70 



25 in 
a box 



$24.60 
25.80 
27.20 
28.60 



30.00 
31.50 
33.00 
35.00 
37.00 
41.00 
45.00 
54.00 
63.00 

4.50 



20 in 
a box 



$36.00 
38.00 
40.00 
42.00 
44.00 
46.00 



49.00 
52.00 H 
55.00 jj 
61.00 o 
68.00 S 
80.00 2 
92.00 

6.00 



irJ 



igrth. 




of 




Screw 


V4 


% 


$2.70 


1 


3.05 


1% 


3.35 


1V2 


3.65 


1% 


3.80 


2 


4.00 


2% 


4.15 


2Vi 


4.35 


2% 


4.55 


3 


4.70 


31/4 




3y 2 




3-14 




4 




4% 




4V 2 




4% 




5 





Packed 100 


in a Box. 


$3.00 


$3.75 


3.35 


4.15 


3.55 


4.45 


3.80 


4.80 


4.10 


5.20 


4.35 


5.60 


4.65 


6.00 


4.95 


6.40 


5.25 


6.80 


5.55 


7.20 


5.85 


7.60 



8.00 



Steel Cap Screws 

Round (Button), Flat (Countersunk), 
Fillister, and Flat Fillister Head 

List Prices Per Hundred 

Outside Diameter of Screw 

H 

50 in a Box. 



$ 4.90 


$ 6.10 


5.30 


6.50 


5.65 


6.85 


6.05 


7.35 


6.50 


7.80 


6.90 


8.30 


7.50 


9.00 


8.05 
8.60 


9.75 


10.50 


9.15 


11.20 


9.75 


12.05 


10.35 


12.80 


10.95 


13.60 




14.40 



$ 9.80 
10.15 
10.50 
11.15 

11.80 
12.60 
13.50 



$10.50 
10.85 
11.50 

12.15 



14.25 


15.00 


15.70 


16.45 


17.15 


17.85 


18.60 



13.00 
13.90 
14.65 

15.40 
16.10 
16.85 
17.50 

18.35 
19.00 

19.75 



$15.95 
16.35 

16.75 
17.80 
18.80 
19.80 

20.90 
22.10 
23.15 
24.40 

25.60 
26.30 

27.00 
27.80 



25 in a Box. 



$25.70 

26.20 
27.60 
29.10 
30.60 

32.15 
34.10 
36.95 
37.90 

39.80 

41.50 
43.15 
44.80 

46.50 



$33.60 
35.75 
38.00 
40.20 

42.40 
45.00 
47.80 
50.40 

53.20 
55.75 
58.60 
61.20 

63.90 



Prices of screws not listed and extras for case hardening, annealing, bluing, galvanizing, nickeling and other finishes will be furnished on 
application. 

DISCOUNTS WILL BE QUOTED UPON REQUEST. 



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3Jfi Bfcfl 



Iron Stove Bolts 



Diameter 
of Bolt 
lengfth In. 


1/8 


% 


$0.57 


y 2 


.60 


% 


.63 


% 


.66 


% 


.68 


1 


.71 


1% 


.76 


m 


.80 


i% 


.84 


i% 


.89 


i% 


1.00 


2 


1.11 


2y 4 




2y 2 




2% 




3 




3% 




4 




4% 




5 




s\i 




6 




Add to List for 




Nickel Plating. 


. .80 


Less Nuts 




Deduct From List~ 


. .10 


With Hexagon 
Nuts Add to List.. 


.. .05 


Thread 


40 


Square 


.. .20 



5/32 

$0.57 
.60 
.63 
.66 
.68 

.71 
.76 
.80 
.84 
.89 
1.00 

1.11 



.80 
.10 
.05 

32 

.24 



Hexagon .25 .28 

Brass Stove Bolt Prices quoted on application. 



Hound Head 


-Flat Head 


With Square Nuts 


List Price 


per 100 


3/16 


1/4 


$0.67 




.70 


$1.12 


.63 


1.18 


.76 


1.25 


.79 


1.31 


.83 


1.38 


.86 


1.44 


.90 


1.51 


.96 


1.57 


1.01 


1.64 


1.12 


1.80 


1.27 


1.98 


1.41 


2.16 


1.59 


2.34 


1.77 


2.55 


1.95 


2.75 


2.25 


3.10 


2.55 


3.45 


2.85 


3.80 


3.15 


4.15 


3.45 


4.50 



3.75 

.90 
.12 
.07 



4.85 

1.20 

.20 
.10 



Nuts Only — List Price Per Gross 
24 20 

.26 .44 



.30 



.50 



Knurled 


Brass Screws 


Size of 
Thread 

6-32 


Diameter 
Of Head 


% 


8-32 


*%2 


10-24 


7 /lC 


12-24 


% 


Y4-20 


%e 


Sizes other than listed fura 
Steel acce 



frk-ror- 





List Price 




Per Hundred 


Lengths 
3/4 In. 




lln. 


$2.10 




$2.50 


2.40 




2.90 


2.80 




3.30 


3.50 




4.10 


4.20 




5.00 



5/16 



$2.12 
2.20 

2.27 
2.34 
2.41 
2.50 
2.59 
2.77 

3.00 
3.20 
3.45 
3.70 

3.95 
4.40 

4.85 
5.30 

5.75 
6.20 

6.65 



1.50 
.35 
.20 

18 

.76 

.94 




3/8 



$2.90 
3.00 

3.10 
3.20 
3.30 
3.40 
3.50 
3.75 

4.00 
4.25 
4.55 
4.80 

5.20 
5.80 

6.40 
7.00 

7.60 
8.20 

8.80 



2.00 
.50 
.30 



16 

1.04 

1.18 



1/2 



Holder Screws 




l 8.80 
9.00 
9.20 
9.40 
9.60 
10.00 

10.50 
11.10 
11.70 
12.30 

13.00 
14.40 

15.80 



.80 

.50 



1/2 In. 

$1.75 
2.00 
2.40 
3.00 
3.50 



Steel accessories, including cap screws, cotters, wood screws, machine screws, nuts, stove bolts, 
etc., are our specialty. See index for listing elsewhere in this catalogue. 





Price Per 100 


jengft 


h 6-32 8-32 


w 


$0.49 $0.61 


% 


.55 .68 


% 


.61 .75 


% 


.67 .82 


1 


.73 .89 



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65 



Brass Set Screws 



Diameter of Screw 



Threads Per Inch 



Length 



1 

VA 
1% 

1% 
2 

3 



1/4 



20 



$ 8.00 

9.00 

10.00 

11.00 

12.00 

13.00 
14.00 




5/ie 



18 



$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 

14.00 
15.00 



3/8 



16 



$11.25 
12.50 
13.75 
15.00 
16.25 

17.50 
18.75 
21,75 
24.75 



List Price Per Hundred 



1/2 



13 



$13.75 
15.00 
16.25 
17.50 

18.75 
20.00 
23.00 
26.00 



5/8 



11 



$17.50 
21.25 

23,75 
26.25 
31.25 
36.25 



Stock sizes of set screws are all square head, cup point. They can be economically produced in any other type of point such as cone point, 
dog point, round point or headless if required. Furnished promptly in other metals such as monel metal, bronze, etc. Prices quoted on application. 



Brass Thumb Screws 



Thread* Per In. 



24 



Diam. In, or Ga. No. 



10 



Length Inch 

% 
% 

y 2 
% 

% 

Vs 

i 
m 

l'/2 



$ 6.50 
6.75 
6.75 
7.25 

7.25 



8.25 

9.50 

10.75 



13.25 




1/4 



$ 9.50 

9.50 

10.00 

10.00 
10.50 
11.25 
12.50 

13.75 



16.25 



5/16 



$11.25 
12.00 

12.50 



14.50 
17.00 
19.00 



21.50 



Style No. 1 



16 



3/8 



$15.00 
16.50 

16.50 



18.00 
20.50 
23.00 
26.25 
28.75 



14 



13 



7/16 


1/2 


$20.50 




21.25 


$35.00 


23.75 


37.50 


27.50 


40.00 


31.25 


42.50 




45.00 


40.00 


47.50 



Chicago Binding Screws 




Made of Brass^Will Not Rust 



Heads 7/i 6 " Diam. Body %«" Diam. *4" Screws have Male Screws %" Long. Screws %" and Longer have Male Screws %" Long. 
Full Expansion Screws Have Male Screw Same Length as Female Screw. 




Length 
Carried 
in Stock 



w 



94" 
r 
VAT 







if I" 
111 



List Price 

Per 100 

Plain Brass 

$3.20 

3.80 

4.20 

4.80 

5.20 
5.60 
6.00 



List Price 

Per 100 

Nickel Plated 

$4.20 
4.80 
5.20 
5.80 

6.20 
6.60 
7.00 



Length 
Carried 
in Stock 

mr 

2" 

3" 
4" 



List Price 

Per 100 

Plain Brass 

$ 6.40 

6.80 

9.00 

10.00 

11.00 
12.75 

15.00 



List Price 
Per 100 

Nickel Plated 

$ 7.40 

7.80 

10.00 

11.00 

12.00 
13.75 
16.00 



Length List Price List Price 
(Carried Per 100 Per 100 

in Stock) Plain Brass Nickel Plated 



w 


$ 6.50 


$ 7.50 


%" 


7.50 


8.50 


%" 


8.50 


9.50 


1" 


9.50 


10.50 


mr 


10.50 


11.50 



Silicon Bronze — the new metal that has superior corrosion resistant qualities as well as a very high 
tensil strength. Ask us about Silicon Bronze. See Index for listing. 



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' 







Bronze Machine Bolts 

Hexagon Head With Hex Brass Nuts 

LIST PRICE PER HUNDRED 



Length 
Under Head 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


Diameter of Bolts 
7/16 1/2 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


2 


... SI 3.00 


$15.30 


$17.45 


$20.50 


$23.10 


$33.80 


$ 49.00 


$ 75.00 


$109.00 


m - 


... 13.25 
... 13.50 
... 13.75 
... 14.00 
... 14.25 
... 14.50 
... 14.75 
... 15.00 
... 15.50 
... 16.00 
... 16.50 


15.70 
16.10 
16.50 
16.90 
17.30 
17.70 
18.10 
18.50 
19.30 
20.10 
20.90 


17.85 
18.25 
18.65 
19.05 
19.45 
19.85 
20.25 
20.65 
21.45 
22.25 
23.05 


21.00 

21.50 
22.00 
22.50 
23.00 
23.50 
24.00 
24.50 
25.50 
26.50 
27.50 


23.70 
24.30 
24.90 
25.50 
26.10 
26.70 
27.30 
27.90 
29.10 
30.30 
31.50 


34.80 
35.80 
36.80 
37.80 
38.80 
39.80 
40.80 
41.80 
43.80 
45.80 
47.80 








2y 2 .... 

2% 


51.85 


79.00 


114.10 


3 

PA 


54.70 


83.00 


119.20 


3% 

3%... 


57.55 


87.00 


124.30 


4 

4% 

5 

51/2-- 


60.40 
63.25 
66.10 
68.95 


91.00 

95.00 

99.00 

103.00 


130.00 
136.00 
142.00 
148.00 


6 

7 

8 

9 


... 17.00 
.... 18.00 
... 19.00 
... 20.00 


21.70 
23.30 
24.90 
26.50 


23.85 
25.45 
27.05 
28.65 


28.50 
30.50 
32.50 
34.50 


32.70 

35.10 
37.50 
39.90 


49.80 
53.80 
57.80 
61.80 


71.80 

77.50 
83.20 
88.90 


107.00 
115.00 
123.00 
131.00 


154.00 
166.00 
178.00 
190.00 


10 

11 

12 


... 21.00 
... 22.00 
.... 23.00 


28.10 
29.70 
31.30 


30.25 
31.85 
33.45 


36.50 
38.50 

40.50 


42.30 
44.70 
47.10 


65.80 
69.80 
73.80 


94.60 
100.30 
106.00 


139.00 
147.00 
155.00 


202.00 

214.00 
226.00 



Our machine bolts are manufactured by the hot forged process. This method does not strain or crystallize the metal. Square heads can 
be furnished instead of hexagon, if necessary but are considered special and not carried in stock. 

Lengths up to and including 12 inches carried in stock. Longer lengths furnished promptly to order. 

Bronze Carriage Bolts 

With Hexagon Brass Nuts 

LIST PRICE PER HUNDRED 

Length Diameter of Bolts 

Under Head 1/4 5/I6 3/8 7/16 1/2 

IVii $12.00 $14.50 $16.00 $20.00 

2 12.50 15.30 16.80 21.00 $23.00 

2V 2 13.00 16.10 17.60 22.00 24.30 

3 13.50 16.90 18.40 23.00 25 60 

3! 7 2 14.00 17.20 19.20 24.00 26.90 

4 14,50 18.00 20.00 25.00 28 20 

4V2- - 15.00 18.80 21.80 26.00 29.50 

5 -- 15.50 19.60 22.60 27.00 30.80 

5V 2 16.00 20.40 23.40 28.00 32 10 

6 16.50 21.20 24.20 29.00 33 40 

7 18.00 23.20 26.20 31.50 36.40 

8 - 19.50 25.20 28.20 34.00 39 40 

9 21.00 27.20 30.20 36.50 42 40 

10 22.50 29.20 32.20 39.00 45.40 

11 - - 24.00 31.20 34.20 41.50 48 40 

12 25.50 33.20 36.20 44.00 51.40 

Our Bronze carriage bolts are manufactured by the hot forged process. They are well made and desirable for many uses. 
Lengths up to and including 12 inches carried in stock. Longer lengths furnished promptly to order. 




*e 




Extra Length Flat Head Brass Bolts 

Full Size Shank— Cut Thread 

LIST PRICE PER HUNDRED 




5/8 



$42.50 
44.50 
46.50 
48.50 
50.50 
52.50 
54.50 
56.50 
61.50 

66.50 
71.50 
76.50 
81.50 

86.50 



Diameter 








Length of Bolt 










Of Bolt 


3H" 


4" 


4H" 


5" 


5y 2 " 


6" 


7" 


8" 


10" 


% " 


$17.60 


$18.40 


$19.40 


$20.40 


$21.30 


$22.20 


$24.20 


$26.10 


$28.00 


%6" 


23.00 


24.60 


26.20 


27.80 


29.40 


31.00 


34.20 


38.40 


44.60 


% " 


20.00 


31.00 


33.00 


35.00 


37.00 


39.00 


43.00 


47.00 


51.00 


Vk " 


39.00 


42.00 


45.00 


47.50 


52.00 


55.00 


60.00 


66.00 


71.00 



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67 



ng-th Under 




Head 






1/4 


l'o 


$11.00 


2 


11.50 


2V> 


12.00 


3 


12.50 


3>.» 


13.00 


4 


13.50 


4»4 


14.00 


5 


14.50 


5U, 


15.00 


6 


15.50 


7 


16.50 


8 


17.50 


9 


18.50 


10 


19.50 


11 


20.50 


12 


21.50 



Bronze Lag Screws 




5/16 

$12.00 
12.50 
13.15 

13.80 
14.45 
15.10 

15.75 

16.40 
17.05 
17.70 
19.00 

20.30 

21.60 
22.90 
24.20 

25.50 



List Price Per Hundred 



Diameter of Screw 


3/8 


7/16 


$12.90 




13.25 


$16.20 


14.20 


17.05 


15.00 


17.90 


15.80 


18.75 


16.60 


19.60 


17.40 


20.50 


18.20 


21.50 


19.00 


22.50 


19.80 


23.50 


21.40 


25.50 


23.00 


27.50 


24.60 


29.50 


26.20 


31.50 


27.80 


33.50 


29.40 


35.50 



1/2 

$17.75 
18.85 

20.00 

21.20 
22.40 
23.60 

24.80 

26.10 
27.40 
30.00 

32.60 
35.20 
37.80 
40.40 
43.00 



5/8 

$26.00 
28.00 

30.00 
32.00 
34.00 
36.00 

38.00 
40.00 
42,00 
46.00 

50.00 
54.00 

58.00 
62.00 
66.00 



3/4 

$38.50 

40.75 

43,00 
45.85 
48.70 
51.55 

54.40 
57.25 
60.10 
65.85 

71.55 
77.25 
82.95 
88.65 

94.35 



Bronze Hanger Bolts 

WITH HEXAGON BRASS NUTS 















Price Per Hundred 








Length Over All 












Diameter of Screw 








Inches 




3/8" 






7/16" 




1/2" 




5/8" 




3 




£17.00 






$20.00 




$23.20 




$32.00 




3% 




17.80 






21.00 




24.40 




34.00 




4 




18.60 






22,00 




25.60 




36.00 




5 




20.20 






24.00 




28.00 




40.00 




6 




21.80 






26.00 




30.40 




44.00 




7 




23.40 






28.00 




32.80 




48.00 




8 




25.00 






30.00 




35.20 




52.00 




9 




26.60 






32.00 




37.60 




56.00 




10 




28.20 






34.00 




40.00 




60.00 




11 




29.80 






36.00 




42.40 




64.00 




12 




31.40 






38.00 




44.80 




68.00 










Brass Stud Bolts 


.—Without Nuts 
















List 


Price Per Hundred 










Diameter 

Length 


3/8 




1/2 






5/8 


3/4 


7/8 




1 


1% 


$ 8.00 




$ 9.75 






$13.75 










2 


8.80 




11.25 






16,25 










2U 


9.60 




12.75 






18.75 


$29.10 








3 


10.40 




14.25 






21.25 


31.90 


$35.00 




$42.50 


3V> 


11.20 




15.75 






23.75 


34.70 


39.00 




47.50 


4 


12.00 




17.25 






26.25 


37.50 


43.00 




52.50 


5 


14.00 




20.75 






31.75 


43.50 


53.00 




62.50 


6 


16.00 




24.25 






37.25 


49.50 


63.00 




72.50 



3/4" 

$44.00 
46.85 
49.70 
56.40 

62.20 
67.70 

73.40 
79.10 

84.80 

90.50 
96.20 



Threaded Brass Rod 

List Prices Per Hundred Feet Stock Lengths 



Thread 


Length 


List 


6-32 


1 foot 


$15.00 


8-32 


2 foot 


16.50 


10-32 


2 foot 


21.00 


10-24 


2 foot 


21.00 


12-24 


2 foot 


25.50 



Thread 


Length 


List 


14-20 


2 foot 


$30.00 


14-24 


2 foot 


30.00 


^4-28 


2 foot 


30.00 


-, V4-20 


2 foot 


30.00 


-rVl8 


2 foot 


54.00 



All our threaded brass rod is cut thread. We have developed a special process which enables us to give a very fine 
and accurate product. It is superior to the rolled threading process and our facilities permit us to give very lew prices and 
very long lengths of continuous threads. 

Can be furnished in any diameter or length up to ¥l inch by 12 feet long. 
Prices on cut thread copper and bronze rod furnished on application. 



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Paine Spring Type Toggle Bolts 




Fig. 123 

Paine Toggles work instantly in any position in any hollow material. The only toggle that will work in Gypsum or Malachite. Made in 
six sizes of bolts; eight different styles of heads. Bolts made any length and threaded to the head except those longer than 6 inches. The regular 
stock toggle is made of steel. 



LIST PRICES OF PAINE TOGGLES COMPLETE 



Diam. Bolt 
Length 

6-32x2 

6-32x3 

6-32x4 

% x3 

y 8 x3y 2 



3 /iex2 

^16x3 

3 /iex4 
%6x5 

3 /iex6 

y 4 x3 

y* x3y 2 

y 4 x4 



V4X6 

5 /iex3 
5 /iex4 
5 Aex5 
5 Agx6 

% x3 
% x4 
% x5 
% x6 
% x4 

% x6 



Size of 
Hole 



7 Ae 

%6 



% 

y 2 
% 

y 2 

y 2 

*%2 

*%2 
*%2 
*%2 

1 %2 

13 /l6 

13 Ae 
13 /ie 



% 

% 

% 

% 

1 % 

i y 8 



Spread of 
Wing's 

1%6 
1 5 /l6 
1%6 
1%6 
1 7 /l6 
1%6 

l 15 /l6 
1 15 A6 

l 15 As 
l 1B Ae 
l lB Ae 

2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2% 

2% 

2% 

2% 

2% 

2% 
2% 
2% 
3% 
3% 



Wt. per 
100 

\% 
1% 

2y 4 

2% 
2% 

3V 4 
3% 
4 
4V 2 

5Vs 

5% 

6 

6% 

7 
8I/4 

9% 
10 

IIV2 
13% 
15% 

12% 

15 

17% 

20 
30 
39 



Frice per 100 
all Steel 


Price per 100 
all Brass 


Frice per 100 
Brass Bolt 
Steel Toggle 


$6.50 


$16.00 




$11.25 


6.75 


16.65 




11.70 


7.00 


17.30 




12.15 


675 


16.65 




11.70 


6.90 


17.05 




12.00 


7.00 


17.30 




12.15 


6.60 


16.30 




11.45 


6.85 


16.95 




11.90 


7.00 


17.30 




12.15 


7.15 


17.70 




12.45 


7.50 


18,55 




13.00 


7.80 


19.30 




13.55 


7.85 


19.40 




13.65 


8.00 


19.85 




13.95 


8.15 


20.15 




14.15 


8.55 


21.20 




14.85 


8.95 


22.15 




15.55 


9.85 


24.25 




17.05 


10.15 


25.00 




17.60 


10.55 


25.95 




18.25 


10.95 


26.95 




18.95 


11.50 


* 






13.50 
15.00 
16.50 
20.00 




Prices 

on 

Application 


23.00 


J 







For size of Drill see column under heading "Size of Hole." All Bolts are of Standard Machine Screw Thread. 




Fig. 125 



Paine Spring Type Riveted-on-Head Toggle 



ifiEl Diam. Bolt 


Size of 


Spread of 


Wt. per 


Frice per 


=^=A Length 


Hole 


Wings 


100 


100 


ill %ex3 


% 


2% 


10 


$ 9.85 


Bfp 5 /iex4 


% 


2% 


iiy 2 


10.15 


l§|p %ex5 


% 


2\i 


131/2 


10.55 


H %ex6 


% 


2!i 


15% 


10.95 


5 JIL % x3 


% 


2% 


12% 


11.50 


Ep 3/ 8 x 4 


% 


21/4 


15 


13.50 


1 % x5 


% 


21/4 


171/2 


15.25 


H % x6 


% 


2% 


20 


16.50 



The Riveted-on-Head Toggle is intended for heavy duty in such materials as tile, steel ceilings, 
metal lath, etc. 



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Type No. 1 — Used 
with Carriage Bolt 




Type No. 2— Used 

with Machine Screw 

or Bolt 



Paine Expansion Shells 

Patented United States and Canada 

As strong as the bolt or the material in which it is set. 



PRICE LIST NO. 1 EXPANSION SHELLS 



Bolt 

•Tig 



Length 
Overall 

1 %6 
1%6 

2%6 

2% 
3% 
3% 
4i%6 



% 

% 

Where brass is required — Prices on application. 



Hole 



% 

% 

% 

1% 

1%6 



Length 
of Sleeve 

1M6 

1%6 

1% 

1% 

2%o 
2%6 
4% 



PRICE LIST NO. 2 EXPANSION SHELLS 



Bolt 
'% 

%« 

%6 

% 

% 
%6 



Machine 
Screw 

8-32 

10-24 
10-24 

10-24 

10-24 
14-20 
14-20 
18-18 



Length 
Over All 

2 %2 

% 

1 Vie 
l 5 /ie 

1 %e 

13 /l6 

l %e 

l 13 /ie 



Hole 
%0 



9 /l0 



Lengrth 
of Sleeve 



His 



1 % 

1% 



length 
of Cap 

% 

%0 

%6 

9 /l6 



List Price 
per 100 

$5.00 
6.00 
9.20 

9.25 

9.30 

10.70 

18.30 



Lengrth 


List Price 


of Cup 


Per 100 


%2 


$4.50 


7 /l6 


4.00 


%6 


5.00 


%6 


5.05 


7 /l6 


5.10 


% 


5.00 


% 


6.00 


% 


7.15 



*Made in Brass only. On other sizes, when Brass is required — Prices on application. 

Extension Collars. In cases where it is necessary to anchor the shell deeper into the concrete on account of 
poorly mixed or soft cement than the regular length of the shell would permit we can supply a collar which will give 
the added length. 



Paine Lead Anchors 



Anchor 
Size No. 

6-32 

8-32 
10-24 
12-24 



5 Ag-18 
%-16 

%-13 

96-n 



PAINE) 



Machine Screw Type 



SETTING PUNCH included without additional charge with every box of anchors. 



Diam. 

Mr 

%6" 



Mr 

%" 

94" 

%" 



LIST PRICES. NOT INCLUDING SCREWS 
Minimum Dimensions of 
Holes Required 



Depth 

%" 
w 

%" 

1" 

mr 

2" 



Packed 50 or 100 in Box. Subject to Prevailing Discounts. 



Shipping 1 Wt. 
Lbs. per 
1000 

71/2 

15 
22^/2 

34 

50 1/2 
95 

162 

221 

512 



Per 
100 

$3.80 
4.50 
4.95 
6.50 

7.20 

9.75 

12.00 

15.00 

25.00 



Bolt and Nut Type 



LISTS— 100— COMPLETE WITH BOLTS 



Bolt 
Dia. 


Drilling* 
Dia. Depth 


Length 
of Bolt 


li/ 2 " 


W 


2" 


2y 2 " 


3" 


3y 2 " 


4" 


5" 


6" 


w 


W 


1" 


List 100 
Sh. Wt., lbs. 


$ 5.60 

63/4 


$ 5.80 
7 


$ 5.90 
71/2 


$ 6.20 

8 


$ 6.50 
8V4 


$ 6.80 


$ 7.10 
10 






%<t" 


W 


mr 


• List 100 
Sh. Wt., lbs. 




7.30 
9 


7.50 

9!/2 


7.90 
IOV2 


8.30 
IU/2 


8.70 
121/2 


9.10 

123/4 






%" 


W 


1W 


List 100 
Sh. Wt., lbs. 






10.50 
15 


11.00 
16 


11.50 
I71/2 


12.00 

19 


12.50 

203/4 


$13.50 
221/2 


$14.50 
25 


w 


%" 


2" 


List 100 
Sh. Wt., lbs. 




/ 






23.00 
38 Vfc 




24.50 

411/2 


26.00 

47 


27.50 

52V2 


Packed 50 or 


100 in Box. 


Subject to Prevailing Discounts. 

















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((P) 



Brass Machine Screw Nuts 

Square and Hexagon 




Screw 


Coarse 


Pine 


Diameter 


Size 


Thread 


Thread 


Across Flats 


2 


56 


64 


to 


.187 


3 


48 


56 


to 


.187 


4 


40 


48 


% 


.250 


5 


40 


44 


to 


.312 


6 


32 


40 


to 


.312 


8 


32 


36 


*%2 


.343 


10 


24 


32 


% 


.375 


12 


24 


28 


to 


.437 


% 


20 


28 


to 


.437 


5 Hi 


18 


24 


to 


.562 


% 


16 


24 


% 


.625 



LIST PRICES 




Thickness 




to 


.066 


to 


.066 


%2 


.098 


%4 


.114 


%4 


.114 


% 


.130 


% 


.130 


%2 


.161 


to 


.193 


%2 


.225 


M 


.257 



HEXAGON 


Per 


Per 


100 


Gross 


$ .66 


$ .95 


.66 


.95 


.56 


.80 


.70 


1.00 


.70 


1.00 


.87 


1.25 


.97 


1.40 


1.67 


2.40 


1.95 


2.80 


3.95 


5.70 


5.40 


7.80 



SQUARE 


Per 


Per 


100 


Gross 


> .66 


$ .95 


.66 


.95 


.56 


.80 


.70 


1.00 


.70 


1.00 


.87 


1.25 


.97 


1.40 


1.67 


2.40 


1.95 


2.80 


3.95 


5.70 


5.40 


7.80 



Steel Machine Screw Nuts 

Square and Hexagon 



2 


56 


64 


to 


.187 


to 


.066 


3 


48 


56 


to 


.187 


to 


.066 


4 


40 


48 


K 


.250 


%2 


.098 


5 


40 


44 


to 


.312 


%4 


.114 


6 


32 


40 


to 


.312 


%4 


.114 


8 


32 


36 


J1 /32 


.343 


% 


.130 


10 


24 


32 


% 


.375 


% 


.130 


12 


24 


28 


to 


.437 


%2 


.161 


w 


20 


28 


to 


.437 


to 


.193 


to 


18 


24 


to 


.562 


%2 


.225 


% 


16 


24 


% 


.625 


% 


.257 



.31 


.45 


.28 


.40 


.31 


.45 


.28 


.40 


.24 


.34 


.22 


.31 


.25 


.36 


.23 


.33 


.25 


.36 


.23 


.33 


.28 


.40 


.24 


.35 


.30 


.43 


.26 


.37 


.44 


.63 


.39 


.56 


.50 


.72 


.44 


.63 


.94 


1.35 


.77 


1.10 


.18 


1.70 


1.04 


1.50 





Coarse threads in Machine Screw Nuts more commonly used. 

Semi-Finished Hexagon Brass Nuts 
Cast Hexagon Brass Nuts 

National Coarse Thread ^^ 

U. S. STANDARD AMERICAN STANDARD 

Thickness Milled Cast Thickness Milled 

Diameter Numher Width Regular Jam Price Price Width Regular Price Diameter 

of Bolt of Threads Across Plat Nut Nut Per 100 Per 100 Across Plat Nut Per 100 of Bolt 

to 24 % % 6 %2 $ 1-40 $ to % 2 $2.16 % 

% 20 £ % to 2.40 % 6 *%4 2.88 to 

to 18 i% 2 to l:\2 3.20 % -'',;, 4.68 % 

% 16 l% 6 % % 5.20 3.75 % % 6.48 to 

to 14 : >i to %2 7.20 4.00 %j 7 ir. 8.64 V> 

% 13 % % to 9.60 5.00 1 :{ % 4 15.30 % 

to 12 *to % 6 1% 2 15> oo 7.00 1 % 2^ 2 24.30 % 

% 11 1 to % % 9>S 17.00 8.75 1 to *%4 40.50 % 

% 10 1 V\ :; i to 27.00 12.00 1 !/» % 61.20 1 

% 9 1 We % % 45.00 18.00 

1 8 1 % 1 to 68.00 25.00 
lVs 7 1<% 1% % 120.00 37.50 
H4 7 2 lVi :! i 145.00 50.00 
1% 6 2 to 1% ]:] u\ 180.00 65.00 
1% 6 2 % 1% 7 s 230.03 75.00 
1% 5 2 :! ( 1% 340.00 150.00 

2 AV2 3 !s 2 475.00 250.00 

Our semi-finished brass nuts are milled from the bar, accurate and well finished. Nuts made to special dimensions or tapping furnished 
promptly to order. American Standard Jam Nuts furnished promptly to order. Cast Jam Nuts are not stock. 

Copper Hexagon Nuts 

U. S. S. National Coarse Thread 

Diameter Number of Width List 

of Bolt Threads Across Flat Thickness Per 100 

^ r, % 20 '■> % $ 4.80 

to 18 *% 2 to 6.40 

% 16 "in % 10.40 

'{> 13 " s H 19.20 

% 11 1 to % 34.00 

% 10 1 M :: i 54.00 

Is 9 1 to % 90.00 

1 8 1 % 1 136.00 




EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



71 



Diameter 
of Thread 

Va 

% 
% k 



1 

S. A. 



S. A. E. Hexagon Brass Nuts 



Threads 
Per Inch 

28 
24 
24 
20 

20 
18 
18 

16 



Width 

Across 

Plats 

7 /l6 



% 

15 /lG 

1 %0 




Regular 

Nuts 






Semi-Finished 



Thickness 



Jam 

Nuts 

%2 



%6 

3,4 



34 



"T.4 



5*6 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 2.40 
3.20 
5.20 
7.20 

9.60 
15.00 
17.00 
27.00 



45.00 
68.00 



14 1 % 

* /1G DO.UU 

E. Brass Nuts are widely used in the automotive trade for original equipment and repair. They are accurately made and well finished. 

Special sizes or types furnished promptly to order. 



Hexagon Silicon Bronze Nuts 



Diameter 


Number of 


of Thread 


Threads 


6 


32 


8 


32 


10 


24 


10 


32 


% 


20 


%6 


18 


% 


16 


7 /l« 


14 


% 


13 


% 


11 


:; . 


10 


% 


9 


1 


8 



® 



Width 
(Hex.) 

54 « 



1U 



16 



7B2 

34 



% 



% 



18 /l0 

1 

1 % 

1 %6 
1 ^ 



U. S. Standard — Semi-Finished 



Regular 
Nuts 



VlQ 



Thickness 



Jam* 
Nuts 



%2 

34« 



VlG 

y 2 



*Jam nuts are not carried in stock but are furnished to the extent that they may be in stock or mad< 
quantity. Special sizes and types of Silicon Bronze nuts furnished promptly to order. 



^G 

to order at prices 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 0.75 

.90 

1.20 

1.20 

4.75 

7.25 

9.45 

12.50 

15.00 
26.80 
47.25 

61.40 

110.25 

proportion t 



Hexagon Brass Cap Nuts 



to 



Size 
of Thread 


Width 
Across Plats 


Heigfht 
Inches 


Minimum Depth 
of Threads 


List Per 100 
Plain or N. P. 


List Per 100 
Chromium Plated 


4 -36 
6 -32 

8 -32 
10-24 




% 

%2 
%2 
X %2 


%2 

■Yu; 
%2 


$ .70 

.80 

.80 
1.00 


$ 1.70 
1.80 
1.80 
2.10 


10 -32 
12 -24 

] i -20 (Small) 


78 

%6 


], 4> 


%2 
%2 


1.G0 
1.00 
1.25 


2.10 
2.10 
2.45 


% -28 


%6 


% 


K 


1.25 


2.45 


Vi -20 (Large) 


14 


l %2 


%2 


1.60 


3.00 


%G-24 
% -16 


%« 


7 /l6 


%2 


2.00 


3.50 


%6 


"m; 


%2 


2.00 


3.50 


% 


J /2 


5 /l0 


2.80 


4.60 


% -24 

7 /ig-14 
& -13 


% 


v> 


fw 


2.80 


4.60 


% 


V. 


% 


4.50 


6.50 


% 


V. 


% 


4.50 


6.50 


% -11 

• ; , -10 


i: 'm; 


:; i 


%0 


15.00 


20.00 


1 7 ie 


% 


fc 


25.00 


35.00 



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Hexagon Bronze Nuts 




U. S. Standard Semi-Finished 
List Price Per Hundred 



Diameter 


Number 


Width 




of 


of 


Across 


Beg* 


Bolt 


Threads 


Flats 


Ni 


X 


20 


& 


ft 


ft 


18 


ft 


hi 


X 


16 


X 


H 


ft 


14 


Va 


X 


X 


13 


« 


ft 


X 


11 


l 


li 


Va 


10 


\X 


H 


H 


9 


lft 


if 


1 


8 


1/2 


% 



Thickness 



Jam 
Nut 



A 



Price 

Per 

100 

2.40 
3.20 
5.20 

7.20 

9.60 

17.00 

27.00 
45.00 
68.00 



U. S. Standard Bronze Nuts are principally used where the nut is required of bronze, to resist certain chemical conditions, or in con- 
junction with a bolt where specifications require all bronze material. 

Jam Nuts in these sizes are made to order only, or furnished to the extent that they may be in stock. 



Hexagon Steel Nuts and Jam Nuts 




U. S. Standard Semi-Finished 



Diameter 


Number 


Width 


Besfular Nut 




Jam Nut 


Price 


of 


of 


Across 


Thick- 


Carton 


Thick- 


Carton 


Per 


Bolt 


Threads 


Plats 


ness 


Quantity 


ness 


Quantity 


100 


Ya 


20 


X 


** 


100 


ft 


100 


$ 0.86 


ft 


18 


if 


1% 


100 


3 7 2 


100 


1.15 


X 


16 


¥k 


ft 


100 


Ya 


100 


1.55 


ft 


14 


§i 


ft 


100 


ft 


100 


2.19 


X 


13 


Vs 


% 


100 


ft 


100 


2.76 


ft 


12 


§1 


ft 


100 


H 


100 


3.80 


X 


11 


lft 


M 


100 


X 


100 


4.60 


X 


10 


Hi 


M 


50 


tV 


50 


6.56 


X 


9 


lft 


% 


25 


X 


25 


10.06 


1 


8 


\x 


1 


25 


ft 


25 


13.80 


1/8 


7 


1H 


1^ 


25 


N 


25 


19.21 


W 


7 


2 


154 


25 


J4 


25 


26.11 


m 


6 


2ft 


i« 


25 


H 


25 


36.80 


\x 


6 


m 


IX 


20 


« 


20 


48.19 


m 


5 


Wa 


m 




1 




93.04 


2 


4^ 


m 


2 




1^ 




135.70 



S. A. E. Hexagon Steel Nuts & Tarn Nuts — Semi-Finished 






Ya 
ft 

x 
A 

X 
ft 
X 

H 

% 

m 

IX 

\X 

IX 



28 
24 
24 
20 

20 
18 
18 
16 

14 
14 
12 
12 

12 

12 



j\ 


:t2 


100 


ft 


100 


$ 0.75 


X 


H 


100 


ft 


100 


.86 


ft 


2 1 

64 


100 


X 


100 


1.09 


X 


M 


100 


Ya 


100 


1.50 


Ya 


A 


100 


ft 


100 


1.90 


Y% 


:| 1 


100 


ft 


100 


2.88 


H 


as 
1| 


100 


V* 


100 


3.68 


lft 


52 


5J 


X 


50 


5.75 


IX 


H 


25 


t\ 


25 


9.20 


We 


% 


25 


Y 


25 


13.34 


m 


if 


25 


• ft 


25 


18.98 


Hi 


lft 


25 


X 


25 


25.88 


2 


lit 


25 


Ya 


25 


36.23 


2ft 


lft 


20 


*§ 


20 


47.15 



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S. A. E. Castellated Semi-Finished Steel Nuts 



Diameter 

Of Bolt 

% 

5 /l6 

% 



V2 



Threads 
Per Inch 

28 
24 
24 

20 

20 

18 
18 
16 

14 
14 




Width 
Across Flats 


Thickness 


Width 
of Slot 


Depth 
of Slot 


%G 


%2 


%* 


%2 


% 


2 %4 


%4 


%2 


%6 


13^., 


% 


% 


% 


2 %4 


% 


% 


% 


%6 


% 


%6 


% 


3 %4 


%2 


3 /l6 


15 /ie 


2 %2 


%2 


% 


1 %6 


J-Tio 


%2 


% 


1% 


2 %2 


%2 


% 


1 %6 


1 


%2 


% 



Price 
Per 100 

$ 1.32 
1.55 
1,84 
2.30 

3.28 
4.83 
5.64 
8.97 

12.36 
18.40 



For nuts with left hand thread, Tapping other than American Standard Coarse Threads, or Double Countersink, prices quoted on application 




Brass Wing Nuts 

List Price per Hundred 



v <<^^gf 



o 





FORGED 






Width Across 


Price 


Size 


Wing's 


Per 100 


436 


*%2 


$1.50 


6-32 


*%« 


1.50 


8-32 


13 /l6 


1.50 


10-24 


^6 


1.50 


10-32 


la 46 


1.50 



Size 

12-24 
% -20 
%6-18 

% -16 
%-13 



PRESSED 
Width Across 
Wing's 

1 %0 

1 3 /l6 

1 % 
1% 



Price 
Per 100 

$ 1.50 
2.25 
3.75 

5.50 

15.25 



Cast Brass Thumb Nuts 



Thread 

8-32 
10-24 

M -20 

5 /i6-18 
% -16 
%6-14 




Style No. 


Price Per 100 


29 


$ 4.60 


30 


5.00 


31 


6.00 


32 


7.00 


33 


10.00 


34 


15.00 



Thread 


Style No. 


Price Per 100 


n /2-13 


35 


$20.00 


%-H 


36 


36.00 


%-10 


37 


42.00 


%- 9 


38 


54.00 


1- 8 


39 


64.00 



Steel Wing Nuts 



Machine 


Numher of 


Price 


Screw Size 


Threads 


Per 100 


% 


20 


$1.00 


5 /L6 


18 


1.25 


% 


16 


L60 




Machine 
Screw Size 



Number of 
Threads 

14 

13 



Price 
Per 100 

$3.30 

3.30 



Knurled Brass Nuts 

HE cj 





Diameter 




Frice 


Thread 


of Head 


Height 


Per 100 


6-32 


*%2 


%' 


$1.20 


8-32 


7 Ae 


%6 


1.30 


10-32 


% 


2 %4 


1.50 



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Thread 


Diameter 
of Head 


Height 


Price 
Per 100 


10-24 


% 


21 /64 


$1.50 


12-24 


%« 


n /32 


1.70 


%-20 


% 


% 


2.00 






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18-8 Stainless Steel Nuts 



Diameter 
of Thread 

6 

8 
10 



%e 



VlG 

1,4 



7 /s 
1 



ALLEGHENY METAL 




Number of 
Threads 


Width 
Across Flats 


32 
32 
24 
20 


%6 

% 


18 
16 
14 
13 


%6 

% 

% 


11 

10 

9 

8 


1 Vio 

1 % 
1 7 /ifi 
1 % 


Stainless Steel 




Flat Punched Washers 




18-8 Chromium-Nickel 




ALLEGHENY METAL 






Semi-Finished — Chamfered Washer Face 
New American Standard 



Thickness 



R3ofular 

Nuts 

%4 

H 

:! s 
7 /l6 

K 



Jam 
Nuts 



% 



%2 



%2 



%6 
34 « 



Price 

Per 100 

$ 7.70 
7.70 
8.40 
8.80 

10.00 

12.00 
15.00 
18.00 

30.00 
48.00 
65.00 

90.00 



Stainless Steel Lock Washers 



18-8 Chromium-Nickel 
ALLEGHENY METAL 


















S 


ection 




Price 


Bolt Size 


Outside 

Diameter 




Thickness 


Price 
Per 100 




Bolt Size 
No. 6 
No. 8 


Width 
%4 
%4 


Thickness 
%4 


Per 100 


Inside 

Diameter 


$ 2.00 
2.50 


%6 


Tie 
% 


X %4 
%2 


.037 
.050 


$ 1.50 
2.50 




14 


%2 
%2 


%4 




3.00 

3.50 


%6 


% 


% 


.050 


3.25 




%e 


% 


%0 




4.00 


% 


1 


%« 


.078 


7.80 




% 
3 /> 


V8 
*%4 


%2 




4.50 
7.50 


-% 


1% 


17 /32 


.090 


10.60 




% 


X %4 


%2 




14.00 


% 


w 


L %6 


.130 


16.00 




% 


% 


%e 




18.00 


% 


2 


i: )io 


.148 


20.00 




% 


Ki 


% 




36.00 


1 


2 


1 %e 


.148 


32.00 




1 


54e 


% 




45.00 










Brass Cut Washers 














Order By 


Screw 


Bolt 


Outside 


Inside 




Approx. 


Price 
Per 


Price 


^Kk 


^ 


Number 


Size 


Size 


Diameter 


Diameter 


Thickness 


No. Perth. 


Thousand Pound 




B 


B 2 


3 




% 


.101 


.020 


4,000 


$ .50 


$2.00 




« 


B 3 


4 




%2 


.125 


.025 


2,500 


.60 


1.50 


m^., 


m 


B 4 


6 


'% 


% 


.150 


.032 


1,100 


.91 


1.00 


^M 


W 


B 5 


8 




% 


.172 


.032 


1,170 


.85 


1.00 


v , 


y 


B13 


8 




Vu; 


.170 


.036 


725 


1.24 


.90 






B 6 


10 




7 /io 


.195 


.036 


760 


1.18 


.90 


^rr*m 




B14 


10 


%8 


% 


.195 


.040 


480 


1.67 


.80 


,:..-- : 




B 7 


12 




y 2 


.228 


.040 


525 


1.52 


.80 


^M 




BIS 


-12 




9 /l6 


.228 


.040 


380 


2.10 


.80 


1 / 


m 


B 8 


14 




%e 


.260 


.040 


420 


1.90 


.80 


1 


Jl 


B16 


14 


Vi 


'Mo 


.260 


.051 


210 


3.57 


.75 


11 


*Sf 


B 9 


16 




% 


.285 


.040 


340 


2.21 


.75 


^ 


V 


B17 


16 




% 


.285 


.064 


135 


5.55 


.75 


^^ 


■^ 


B10 


18 




%> 


5 /l6 


.051 


230 


3.26 


.75 


^*- 




B18 


18 




% 


%6 


.064 


100 


7.50 


.75 


,..,,^,1, 




-B11 


20 




~-% 


*%2 


.064- 


150 


5.00 


.75 


^^H 


k. 


B19 


20 


%i 


% 


.337 


.064 


103 


7.20 


.75 


^n 


a 


B12 


24 




% 


.391 


.064 


108 


6.95 


.75 


fll • ** 


v m 


B20 


24 


%' 


1 


.385 


.081 


64 


11.52 


.70 


Br 


vl 


B21 




Vv> 


1 %«i 


v> 


.081 


45 


15.50 


.70 


IK. 


H 


B22 




i/> 


1 % 


%e 


.091 


29 


24.10 


.70 


11 


4lV 


B23 




% 


1% 


U /l6 


.091 


21 


33.30 


.70 


^ 


^ 


B24 




% 


2 


13/ 16 


.125 


10 


70.00 


.70 


^^ 


^r 


B25 




% 


2 % 


VKfl 


.144 


6 


116.50 


.70 






B26 




1 


2% 


1 Vie 


.144 


5% 


121.50 


.70 






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Countersunk Brass Finishing Washers 



NO. -8 NO. -10 N0.-I2 



N0.-I4 












List Price 


Itist Price 


Screw 


Outside 


Inside 




Per Gross 


Per Gross 


Size 


Diameter 


Diameter 


Thickness 


Plain 


Nickel Plated 


4 


2 %4 


.120 


.015 


$0.25 


$0.28 


5 


"%4 


.143 


.015 


.27 


.31 


6 


%e 


.167 


.015 


.30 


.34 


8 


^ 


.193 


.018 


.35 


.40 


10or% G 


3 %4 


.228 


.020 


.45 


.52 


12 


% 


.234 


.022 


.52 


.60 


14 or !4 


2%2 


.288 


.022 


.58 


.68 


16 

18or r '|, ; 

% 




.319 
.355 


.023 

.025 


.80 

.95 


.93 

1.10 


1 


.484 


.025 


1.20 


1.45 



Flush type finishing washers furnished to order. 



Copper Cut Washers 



















Approx. 


List Price 


List Price 








Bolt 


Outside 


Inside 


Thick- 


Number 


Per 


Per 


^fiT\ 






Size 




Diameter 


Diameter 


ness 


Per Lb. 


Thousand 


Pound 


P^ 


\ XT 


r\ 


%6 




Vs 


.337 


.064 


97 


$ 16.30 


$1.50 


Wx+ 


i n 


u 


:; s 




1 


.385 


.081 


61 


23.00 


1.40 


mm 


1 rv 




¥> 




1% 


%6 


.091 


28 


50.00 


1.40 


<m 


fj ^m 


w 


% 




1% 


Hie 


.091 


20 


. 70.00 


1.40 


^^P 






% 




2 


13 /lC 


.125 


9!/> 


147.50 


1.40 








% 




2% 


%; 


.144 


5% 


244.00 


1.40 








1 




2!!» 


1 Vio 


.144 


5% 


255.00 


1.40 












Silicon Bronze Cut Washers 








Screw or 
Bolt Size 


Outside 

Diameter 


Inside 
Diameter 


Thickness 


Liso Price 
i Per 10D 




Screw or 
Bolt Size 


Outside 
Diam. 


Inside 

Diam. Thickness 


List Price 
Per 100 


No. 6 


B /lO 


.147 




.032 


$ 0.40 




V2 


1 % 


%6 -081 


$ 7.55 


8 


% 


.172 




.032 


.60 




% 


i y 2 


*%6 -091 


11.65 


10 


%6 


.200 




.032 


.80 




% 


i % 


13 /l6 -102 


19.00 


.— % 


»/ic 


.260 




.051 


.95- 




% 


2 % 


x Vl6 -114 


23.45 


%« 


% 


.337 




064 


2.15 




1 


2 y 2 


1 We -128 


32.75 


% 


1 


.391 




064 


3.05 













Special sizes and types of Silicon Bronze washers furnished to order. 



Silicon Bronze Lock Washers 




Bolt 

Diameter 
No. 6 



Section 

%4X%4 
%2X%4 
%2*%6 
%2*%6 

Silicon Bronze lock washers are used in place of brass or phosphor bronze, due to their toughness, spring 
listed furnished promptly to order. 



10 
12 



List Per 
1000 

$ 7.50 

9.00 

12.00 

14.50 

16.50 



Bolt 




List Per 


Diameter 


Section 


1000 


%0 


% X%6 


$ 23.00 


% 


VS x%2 


35.00 


Vi 


l %4*% 


75.00 


% 


1 %4*%2 


157.00 


% 


M X% 6 


250.00 


ighness, spring 


and durability. 


Sizes other than 



Molybdenum Steel Lock Washers 

SAE Standard 



Screw or 
Bolt Size 


Steel Section 
Width & Thickness 


List Price Approx. Net 
Per 1,000 Wt.perM 


Bolt Size 


Steel Section 
Width & Thickness 


List Price 
Per 1,000 


Approx. Net 
Wt.perM 


No. 2 


&2"x% 2 " 


$2.45 2 Oz. 


%<>" 


%6"x%" 


$ 10.25 


15 Lb. 10 Oz 


4 


%e"x%2 ff 


2.30 5 Oz. 


w 


] %4"x%2" 


15.80 


23 Lb. 12 Oz. 


6 


;, 4i4"x^2" 


2.15 7 0z. 


Hie" 


%2"x%o" 


20.80 


35 Lb. 


8 


%4"x%4" 


2.05 12 Oz. 


94" 


V+" X% 6 " 


25.60 


43 Lb. 


10 


%2"X%4" 


2.00 19 Oz. 


%" 


^"x^ie" 


39.30 


51 Lb. 8 0z. 


12 


•'^"x 1 ,,-," 


2.25 28 Oz. 


l" 


%e"x%" 


65.70 


90 Lb. 13 Oz. 


%" 


%2"xVl(i" 


2.25 30 Oz. 


l w 


%" x%" 


90.00 


125 Lb. 


r,/ i<;" 


Vs" xV 1(J " 


3.00 3 Lb. 1 Oz. 


l %" 


W*K m 


124.00 


197 Lb. 6 0z. 


% *%2 


3.75 5 Lb. 


l %" 


Tie"x% 6 " 


140.00 


214 Lb. 4 0z. 


1:'/' 




6.40 10 Lb. 12 Oz. 
7.60 13 Lb. lOz. 


l w 


17 2" x% 6 " 


170.00 


282 Lb. 


Intermediate widths and sections for each of the above sizes supp: 


i3d on factory shipment or from stock if available. 





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Copper Flat Head Tacks 



No. 1 
3-IS 



3H6 



2 
4-16 



2f 
5-16 



3 
6-16 



4 
7-16 



6 

8-16 



3-16 ii. 



TTTT TTTT 



Number 


1 


iy 2 


2 


Length 


ft 


A 


l A 


No. to 1 lb. 






6000 



Packed in Vs, Vi, Vi and 1 lb. Packages. 
254 3 4 6 8 10 19 

ft Vs A K> ft . . :# ' tt 



14 



4000 3000 1800 1570 1400 



930 



900 850 



750 



18 
% 

640 



20 



600 



22 


24 


1 


1% 


525 


450 



Number 


1 


l 1 /^ 


2 


21/a 


Length 


16 


gra 


M 


ft 


No. to 1 lb. 






5000 


3500 



Copper Oval Head Tacks 

r T T T T T T 

Packed in Vs, V4, Vs and 1 lb. Packages. 
3 4 6 8 10 12 14 

n ft y 2 ft ^ i* 3 A 

2700 1720 1500 1350 900 875 825 

Copper Common Wire Nails — Standard Sizes 



16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


i% 


H 


*f 


1 


ltt 


725 


600 


575 


500 


425 



Length Gauge D. Wert. No. Per Lb. 



Length Gauge D. Wgt. No. Per lib. 



Length Gauge D. Wgt. No. Per lib. 



% 


16 




1406 


¥4 


16 





1050 


*4 


15 




780 


% 


15 




750 


I 


15 


2D 


765 


m 


14 


2D 


522 



Length Gauge D. Wgft. No. Per lib. 



% 


14 




709 


% 


12 




602 


1 


12 


2D 


393 


1 


14 


2D 


680 


1% 


11 


3D 


196 



m 12 


4D 260 


1% 12 


5D 216 


m n 


5D 190 


2 11 


6D 150 


2 10 


6D 102 


21/2 10 


8D 84 


>er Wire Nails — Special S 


Length Gauge 


D. Wgt. No. Per lib 


iy 2 14 


4D 


1% 12 


215 


2 6 


6D 


2 12 


6D 170 


2}i 8 


7D 51 



*3 


9 


10D 


57 


*3% 


8 


16D 


40 


*4 


6 


20D 


30 


4% 


5 


30D 


15 


5 


4 


40D 


12 


*6 


2 


60D 


7 


Length 


Gaugfe 


D. Wgt. 


No. Per Lb 


2% 


9 


7D 


72 


2% 


11 


7D 


131 


2% 


10 


9D 


73 


3% 


12 


12D 





Copper Roofing or Slating Nails 



Copper Cut Nails 



h 



mmm 













Length 


D. Wgt. No. Per Lb. 




Standard Sizes 




Special Sizes 




% 


907 


Length 


1 Gaugfe No. Per Lb. 


Length 


Gaugfe No. 


Per Lb. 


% 


660 


% 


12 330 


% 


12 


303 


% 


566 


1 


12 270 


1% 


12 


100 


1 


2D 466 


1% 


10 144 


2 


g 


84 


1% 


3D 285 


m 


11 196 






1% 


4D 200 


m 


12 231 


2 


11 


144 


1% 


5D 165 


m 


10 134 


2 


12 


200 


2 


6D 97 


m 


11 160 


2% 


10 


85 


2y 4 


7D 77 


iy 2 


12 210 








2v 2 


8D 69 


1% 


10 112 


2% 


8 


60 


2% 


9D 55 


2 


10 100 


2% 


10 


75 


3 


10D 44 


Copper Wire Brads 


Duralumin Wire Nails 


Sheathing Nails 




Lengths 


Stubs 








Lengths 




Vi, 5 /s, 2 


Gaugfe 




Length 


Composition 


1" \H" 






12 

11 




1 


Copper 


1" Wa" 


Brass Wire Nails 


10 




1V2 








Cement Coated 
(Airplane) 


Copper Cut Finishing Nails 






Gauge 


Length 




Lengths 








18 


Vl, 5 /8, 3 /4, 1, 1V4, \¥t, 2 




V2, 3/4, %, 1V2 ( 2 









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Stainless Steel Wire Nails 





Stubs 




Number 


Price Per 


Length 


Gauge 


Penny 


Per Lb. 


Found 


I 


15 


2 


797 


$2.72 


VA 


14 


3 


480 


2.62 


1% 


13 


4 


310 


2.54 


1% 


13 


5 


299 


2.54 


2 


12 


6 


192 


2.34 


2!i 


11 


7 


148 


2.26 


2% 


10 


8 


97 


2.20 



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Length 

3 

4 

41/0 

5 
6 



18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 
Stubs 
Gauge Penny 

9 10 

9 12 

8 16 



20 
30 

40 
60 



mber 


Price Per 


sr Lb. 


Pound 


63 


$2.16 


54 


2.16 


45 


2.10 


26 


1.92 


20 


1.88 


16 


1.86 


9 


1.80 



Escutcheon Pins 



1-4 

No. 20 



3-8 
IS 



4-8 
17 



5-8 
16 



1 r 



H 



List Adopted April 12, 

Wire Gauge 
No.B.W.G. 

10 

11 

12 



1923. 



3/16 



13 

14 

15 

16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
24 



*$1.50 
*1.60 

•1.75 

*2.00 
*2.50 

*2.75 
*3.00 
*3.25 
*3.50 
M.00 



1/4 



$1.15 

1.20 
1.25 
1.35 

1.45 
1.60 
1.90 

2.15 

2.35 

*2.75 

*3.15 

•3.50 



3/8 

$0.85 
.95 

.98 

1.03 
1.05 
1.15 

1.20 
1.40 
1.50 

1.75 

2.10 

*2.50 

*2.85 
*3.10 



1/2 

$0.80 
.87 
.93 

.98 
1.00 
1.07 

1.10 

1.25 
1.35 

1.60 

1.95 

*2.30 

*2.60 

*2.85 



5/8 

$0.78 
.84 
.90 

.93 

.96 

1.00 

1.03 
1.17 
1.27 

1.45 

1.80 



BRASS 
Leng-tb Inches 



3/4 

$3.76 
.82 

.87 

.90 
.92 
.95 

.99 
1. 10 
1.20 

1.35 
1.65 



Sizes preceded by an asterisk (*) not stocked. Prices on request. 



List Adopted April 12, 
Wire Gauge 
No.B.W.G. 3/16 

10 

11 

12 



1923. 
1/4 



13 

14 
15 

16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
24 



•$2.00 
*2.15 

*2.40 
•3.00 



$0.85 

.95 

1.05 
1.25 

1.50 
*1.70 
•1.95 
*2.15 
•2.50 



3/8 

$0.35 
.40 
.50 

.55 
.60 

.70 

.75 
.85 
1.00 

1.15 
*1.50 
•1.75 
•1.90 

*2.10 



1/2 
$0.30 
.35 
.42 

.46 

.50 
.55 

.60 
.70 
.90 

1.00 
*1.30 
*1.60 

*1.70 
M.85 



5/8 

$0.28 

.32 

.37 

.41 
.45 
.50 

.53 
.63 
.80 

.90 
•1.15 



STEEL 
Length Inches 



3/4 

$0.26 
.30 
.34 



Sizes preceded by an asterisk (*) not stocked. Prices on request. 



7/8 

$0.75 
.80 
.85 

.87 
.88 
.92 

.96 

1.04 
1.15 

1.30 



7/8 

$0.24 
.28 
.32 




1.25 



1 

$0.23 
.26 
.30 



1*4 

$0.21 

.23 

.26 



List Price Per Pound 






iy 3 

$0.71 
.75 
.77 

.78 
.80 
.84 

.88 
.94 



1% 

$0.70 

.74 

.76 



s 
$0.69 
.73 
.75 



List Price Per Pound 



1H 

0.20 

.22 

.24 



1% 

$0.19 
.21 
.23 



2 

$0.18 
.20 
.22 



.37 


.34 


.32 


.28 


.26 


.43 


.38 


.35 


.31 


.29 


.45 


.41 


.38 


.34 


.32 


.48 


.45 


.42 


.38 


.36 


.57 


.52 


.49 


.43 


.40 


.75 


.70 


.65 






.80 


.75 


.70 






1.00 











PACKING: 1 lb. Papers.— 5 and 10 lb. Packages— 25, 50 and 100 lb. Boxes Bulk. 



No. 
12 
13 
14 

15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 



Va 



1,875 

2,440 

3,100 
3,540 

4,972 
7,303 
9,932 



% 

720 

1,120 

1,312 

1,820 

2,240 
2,700 

3,175 

5,140 
8,419 



y 2 

650 

948 

1,100 

1,376 

1,720 
2,076 

2,550 
4,130 
6,374 



APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF PINS TO THE POUND 

% % % 1 

460 416 400 336 
672 528 480 400 
950 830 692 600 



1,152 
1,460 
1,812 

2,450 
3,565 

5,500 



960 
1,275 
1,500 

2,200 
2,900 
4,155 



888 

1,130 
1,185 

1,740 



720 

980 
1,051 

1,520 



272 
380 
432 

576 
720 

928 

1,216 



iy 2 

212 

320 
378 

580 
592 

800 

960 



1% 
192 
229 

320 

432 
578 
640 



2 

170 
220 
272 

400 
464 



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78 



Number Decimal 



or Inches 


Inches 


Vl6" 

16 
14 
12 


,063 
.065 
.083 
.109 


Mr 

10 


.125 
.134 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Brass Rivets — Round Head 




Length Inches 
& %K %. %0, % 
94<!,%,%€,%,%,%0, %,%.%, 1,1% 

%, %h, %. %«, %, % %, 94, i, i%, i% 

9io. %, 94b, %, V 2 , %,%,%, i. Hi, Hi 2 



SIZE 
Number Decimal 



or Inches 



%6" 



Inches 

.165 
.188 

.250 
.313 

.375 



Length Inches 

%. %e, %, %, %, 94. %. 1, Hi Hl>, 
%,9i%,%,94/%,l, 1%,1%, 2 

9Mi %,%,%, Hi 1%, 1%, 2 
%.%. 94. %,i, Hi, 1V 2 , 1%. 2 
%.%. %, l. Hi l%, 194,2 



Packed in 1-lb. Boxes. 



Brass Rivets — Countersunk Head 



Brass Rivets — Cone Head 



Number 


Decimal 








or Inches 


Inches 


Length Inches 


12 


.109 


% 






%" 


.125 


%. 


%. 


% %. % 


9*6* 


.188 


■'/v, 


%. 


% %, % 




Wght. Lbs. per M V 2 Va 

Length Inches %o 9i6 

Diameter Inches .089 . i 06 



.112 



SIZE 




Diameter 


Decimal 




Number Decimal 




Inch 


Inch 


Length Inches 


or Inches Inches 

%" .25 
%" -375 


Length Inches 

% ft 94. 1% 


9i« 


.1875 
.250 


K. %. %, i 


W .50 


iy» 









Brass Tinners Rivets — Flat Head 

Packed 1000 Per Box. 

l 1 ^ 1M 1% Wght. Lbs. per M...... 2 

%2 X %4 % Length Inches *%4 

.120 .130 .134 Diameter Inches 145 




71G 

.161 



4 5 

1 1 fa % 

.176 .186 



6 

256 



205 



Copper Rivets — Round Head 



SIZE 

Number Decimal 



or Inches 
%6" 

16 

14 

12 



10 



Inches 

.063 
.065 
.083 

.109 

.125 

.134 
.165 




\k %0, 

% 94e. 
*«. %. 

K. %6, 
ft* %, 

%. %e, 



Length Inches 

%,%e 
%. 94e, % 
%,%«,%,%,%,%, %, 1.1% 

*«. %, %, %* %, 94, %, i, 134, i% 

%, 5 /l6, %. %. %, 94. % f 1, 1&, ll/ 2 

5 /i6, %, %, %, %, %, i, i%, i%. 2 

%, Ms. %, 94, %, i. l%, 1%. 2 

Packed in 1-lb. Boxes 



SIZE 

Number Decimal 
or Inches Inches 


%6" 
%" 


.188 
.250 


■Vt«" 


.313 
.375 


%" 
%- 


.500 
.62-5 
.75 



Length Inches 
%, %6. %. ft %. 94, %, 1, Hi, 1%. 2, 2'4 
%, ft %- 94, %, 1, Hi, 1%, 1%, 2, 214, 2'i. 

■ ft, %, %, %. 1. 1%. H 2 , 1%, 2, 2Vi 2ft 3 
%. ft %, 9i %. 1, Hi lft, 194, 2, 2%, 2ft 3 

9i 1, Hi lft 1%,2, 2ft, 3 
lft 2, 2V 2 , 3 
lft, 2, 2ft, 3 



Length 



1/2 



Ys 




9in 




% 




«« 




% 




% 




% 




94 


11 


% 


10 


1 


9 


1% 


9 


1% 


8 


1% 


8 


1% 


7 


1% 


7 


2 


6 


2% 


6 


2% 


5 



3/8 



32 

29 
26 
24 

22 
20 
19 

18 
17 
15 

13 
12 
11 



5/16 



51 

45 
41 
37 

34 
31 
29 

27 
25 
22 

20 
18 
17 



Round Head Rivets 

Approximate Number per pound. 

Diameter — Stubs Oaug*e or Inches 
1/4 3/16 No. 8 



76 
72 

68 
56 

52 

48 
44 
40 

38 
36 
34 

30 
28 
25 



256 

220 
192 
144 

130 
116 
109 

98 
90 

83 

76 
71 
63 

56 
50 



438 

352 
280 

228 

204 
175 
161 

146 
132 
121 

115 
109 
104 



No. 10 


1/8 


No. 12 


No. 14 


No. 16 


1/16 




832 


1384 


2000 


4800 


5100 


663 


736 


1059 


1642 


3700 


3900 


584 


640 


870 


1508 


2950 


3100 


485 


543 


111 


1412 


2400 


2560 


432 


480 


648 


1205 


■nm 




352 


384 


540 


992 


1720 




330 


336 


480 


880 






256 


304 


416 








227 


262 


360 








208 


224 


320 








182 


207 


280 








165 


192 


256 








151 


171 










144 













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Copper Belt Rivets & Burrs 




Diam. Diam. at 
In. Under end of 
Head Shank 



15 


.090 


.085 


14 


.102 


.092 


13 


.118 


.105 


12 


.137 


.123 


11 


.141 


.127 


10 


.151 


.137 



T UI 





Packed in 1-lb. Boxes 



Length Inches 

J4.%e.%.ft%,i 

ft %6. %, %* ft %- %• 
ft 1 

ft%e,%.ft%.% 

ft%e.%.%e. ft.%.%. 

% 1- 1%, 1% 

% %. % %. %. ft 1 

ft %e.%.%e. %.%«.%. 
%,%,i,iftlft.ift,2.. 



No. 
9 



Diam. Diam. at 

In. Under end of 

Head Shank 



.161 



.181 



.191 



.228 



.240 



.145 



.165 



.175 



.205 



.222 



Length Inches 

ft, %, ft %. %. ft i. 
ift m, 1%, 2 

ft %; %e. it %6. %, ft 

%, i, ift, ift ift, «i 2 
ft ft 14. %e. %. %. %> 

1. 1%, 1ft. Ift US. 2_ 

ft %.%,%, i, i%. m, 

1%,2 

ft. %.%.%. i. Ui«4. 

i%.2 



No. 


Diam. 

In. Under 

Head 


Diam. at 
end of 
Shank 


15 


.090 


.085 


14 


.102 


.092 


13 


.118 


.105 


12 


.137 


.123 


11 


.141 


.127 


10 


.151 


.137 



Copper Belt Rivets Only 



Length Inches 

ft %«,%.%,%.% 

ft %g, %. 7 /ig. ft %. %. 
i 

ft %6. %. ft, ft %. 1- 

54, %e. %,%«,ftft %, 
ft l. ift. 1V2 

|>,ft, %.%.%.! 

ft.%e.ft%e. : ft%d.%, 

%,%,i, ift. m. i%.2.. 



1 



Packed in 1-lb. Boxes 



No. 


Diam. Diam. at 

In. Under end of 

Head Shank 


9 


.161 .145 


8 


.181 .165 


7 


.191 .175 


6 


.228 .205 


5 


.240 .222 



Length Inches 

14. ft ft ft ft ft 1. 
1%. 1%. 1%. 2 

14. ft ft ft ft. ft i. 

1%. 1%. 1%. 1%. 2 -. 

14. %. %«. ft %«. %< ft 

%, 1, Ift, 1%, Ift. 1%. 2 

ft%,ft%i,ift.ift2 
ft %,%.%, 1. 1%. ift, 

1%.2 



Number 


5 


1 / « 




74 




%6 




% 




%0 




% 


64 


%e 


60 


% 


56 


:i 1 


50 


% 


48 


l 


44 


1% 


40 


1% 


36 


1% 


32 


Burrs Only 


88 



128 

110 
90 
88 

78 
68 
64 

56 

52 
48 

44 
184 



Copper Belt Rivets Only 

Number to the Pound 

7 8 9 10 

208 246 368 379 

192 240 320 352 

168 208 256 320 

158 200 250 290 

152 168 232 256 

124 152 200 240 

120 136 192 216 

104 120 168 184 

96 104 144 160 

88 96 130 142 

80 88 124 

72 84 113 

64 .' 99 

352 400 560 768 



11 

480 
400 
368 

320 
304 
264 

224 
216 



928 



12 

496 

432 
408 

368 
336 
304 

272 
232 
208 

192 



13 

800 
640 

528 

480 
432 
416 

386 
320 
288 



14 

1024 
928 
768 

704 
608 
550 

544 
480 
384 



15 

1248 

1024 

983 



736 



640 
576 



1024 



1472 



2048 



3392 



Copper Burrs Only 



Packed in 1-lb. Packages 



Diameter of Hole No 5 6 7 8 

Diameter of Hole Dec. Inch 223 .206 .177 .166 

Thickness Dec. Inch 064 .057 .050 .045 

Various manufacturers have different standards for dimensions. 



Phone OAKLAND— HI gate 2366 



9 


M 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


.146 


.138 


.128 


.124 


.106 


.093 


.086 


.040 


.036 


.031 


.028 


.025 


.022 


.020 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



' 



80 





Copper W 








Brake Band 








Rivets 










Countersunk Head If 








SIZE 










Diam. 








Ho. 


Dec. In, 


Lengrth Inches 






12 


.122 


%. %. %. 94, %, i 






10 


.138 


%. %, %, %, %, l 






9 


.152 


%, %, %, 3 / 4 , 7 / 8 , l 






8 


.169 


%, %. %, %, %, i, 


1%. 


i% 


7 


.184 


%. %. %, %. %, 1. 


l%, 


*% 


6 


.209 


y 2 ,%, 3 / 4 , %, i, 


i%, 


1V9 


5 


.222 


y 2 , %, %, %, i, 


m, 


1% 


4 


.250 


9i i- i%, 1%. 







AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



I 



Diam. 



% 


.125 


=H« 


.1875 


V4 


.250 


5 /l« 


.3125 


% 


.375 




Countersunk 

Head 
Copper Rivets 



Length Inches 
%,%,%,%. %. 1. 1%. 1&2 

%.%. %. 7 /8, 1, 1%, 1%, 194.2 

%,%. 1. 1%. 1%, 1%,2 
%. 1. 1%, 1%, 1%, 2 



Packed in 1-lb. boxes. 



Copper Trunk Rivets— Oval Head 



SIZE 

Decimal 
No. Inches 

12 .125 

9 .157 



Diam. 


Decimal 


Inch 


Inch 


% 


.125 


%6 


.1875 


% 


.25 



length Inches 

%, 5 /ie, %, %e, V 2 , %, % 7 / 8 , 1 

%, 5 /ie, %, 7 ,i 6 , y 2 , %, %, %, i ( iy 4 , iy 2 , 1% 

Packed in 1-lb. boxes. 




Flat Head Copper Rivets 



Lengrth Inches 

%,%,%,%. i, iy 4 , iy 2 ,2 
%,%,%,%,%, 1, iy*. iy 2 ,2 
& %, %, %, 1, iy 4 , 1%, 2 



Cone Head Copper Rivets 



y 4X % 

%xl 




Diam. Decimal 

Inch Inch 

%6 -3125 

% .50 
Packed in 14b. boxes. 



Length Inches 

%,% i, Hi iy 2 ,2 
1% 



%x% 
%x% 
%xl 



Diam. 

Inches 



T 



Lengpth Inches 

%. %. %. 1. 1%. i%. 
%. 1. 1%. i% 





Diam. 


Length 


No. 


Inches 


Under Head 


00 


%2 


%6" 





%6 


% 


1 


y + 


% 


2 


17 /«4 


% 




Wgrht. L fcs. 


Lengrth 


Diameter 


Per 1000 


Inches 


Inches 


y 2 


%2 


.089 


% 


%6 


.106 


i 


*%* 


.112 


iy 4 


%2 


.120 


«* 


15 /64 


.130 



Copper Braziers' Rivets 

Flat Head 

Diam. 
Inches 

% 

Packed in 5-lb. boxes. 

Copper Braziers' Rivets 

Oval Head 



No. 

3 
4 

5 
6 



Diam. 


Length 


Inches 


Under Head 


%2 


% 


%8 


*%« 


2 % 4 


% 


3/ fi 


i4f. 



Packed in 5-lb. boxes. 



Copper Tinners' Rivets 

Flat Head 



Wg-ht. Lfcs. 


Leng-th 


Diameter 


Per 1000 


Inches 


Inches 


1% 


V4 


.134 


2 


"/fl4 


.145 


m 


%2 


.148 


3 


5 A 6 


.161 


4 


X %2 


.176 




Length Inches 
1, 1%. \% 1%, 2 
I, lVi. 1%, 2 






Diam. 


Lengfth 


No. 


Inches 


Under Head 


7 


Vie 


15 Ae 


8 


'%2 


l % 


9 


% 


1 fc 


10 


% 


l % 




Wg-ht. Lbs. 


Length 


Diameter 


Per 1000 


Inches 


Inches 


5 


% 


.186 


6 


2 %4 


.205 


8 


%6 


.2245 


10 


% 


.238 


12 


% 


.259 



Packed 1000 to the box. 



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81 



Size 


] /l«x 


5 /l6 


'/l«x 


% 


Viox 


% 


%2X 


% 


%2X 


% 


%2X 


%6 


%L'X 


% 


%x 


% 


%x 


%6 


w* 


% 


Vsx 


%« 


'/sx 


Vi 


'nx 


% 


%* 


"/■« 



Stainless Steel 
Round Head Rivets 

18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 



ALLEGHENY METAL 



Price Per 
Pound 

$4.50 
4.50 
4.50 

4.50 
4.50 
4.50 

4.50 
4.00 
4.00 

4.00 

4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 



Size 


Price Per 
Found 


y 8 x % 

% xl 
o. 8x % 


$4.00 
4.00 
4.00 


%2X % 

%2x y 2 

%2X % 


4.00 
4.00 
4.00 


%ex y 4 

%6X % 
%6X 1/2 


4.00 
4.00 
4.00 


3 /l6X % 
3 /l«x % 

%ex 7 / 8 

%6Xl 


4.00 
4.00 
4.00 

4.00 




Size 


Price Per 
Pound 


3 /i6xiy 8 

3 Aexiy 4 

Vi x % 


$4.00 
4.00 
3.50 


% x 1/2 
% x % 
x k x % 


3.50 
3.50 
3.50 


% x y 8 

y 4 xi 


3.50 
3.50 

3.50 


y 4 xi% 

% xiy 2 

% xl% 

y 4 x2 


3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 



Size 

5 Aex % 

%6X % 
%6Xl 

9iexl% 
%exl% 
5 /iox2 

% x % 

% x % 
%xl 

% xiy 4 
% xiy 2 



Price Per 
Pound 

$3.50 
3.50 

3.50 

3.50 
3.50 
3.50 

3.50 
3.50 
3.50 

3.50 
3,50 



Stainless Steel 
Oval and Truss Head Rivets 

18—8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 





Price Per 


Size 


Pound 


%ox y 4 


$4.00 


%«X %6 


4.00 


%6X % 


4.00 


: K«x % 


4.00 


% x % 


3.50 



Size 

Hex %6 

%ex y 4 

% x % 

ys x i/ 2 
% x % 

%2X %2 
%2X %o 
% 2 X*%2 
%2X % 
%2X % 

%6X % 

3 1«X % 

: <l<;x % 
%«X % 





Price Per 


Size 


Found 


y 4 x y 16 


$3.50 


% x % 


3.50 


y 4 x % 


3.50 


] 4 xiy 8 


3.50 


K xHi 


3.50 



Stainless Steel 
Countersunk Head Rivets 

18—8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 




Price Per 
Found 

$4.50 
4.50 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 

4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 

4.00 

4.00 
4.00 

4.00 



Size 


Price Per 
Found 


% x % 

% x y 2 

% x % 

y 4 x % 

y 4 xi 


$3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 


y 4 xiy 4 

% xl% 

% xiy 2 

%x2 


3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 


5 /lBXl 

5 /4oxiy 8 

r ?4cx2 


3.50 

3.50 
3.50 



Stainless Steel 
Flat Head Tinners' Rivets 

18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 

ALLEGHENY METAL 



Size 

8-oz. 
10-oz. 
12-oz. 

14-oz. 

1 lb. 
VA lbs. 

1% lbs. 

2 lbs. 
2V 2 lbs. 

3 lbs. 

4 lbs. 

5 lbs. 

6 lbs. 
8 lbs. 

10 lbs. 



Diameter 

.092 

.095 
.106 

.109 
.112 
.130 

.134 
.145 

.148 

.160 
.176 
.186 

.203 
.225 

.238 




Length 


Price Per 
Found 


%2 

"/«4 

%6 


$3.60 
3.60 
3.60 


%8 

J %4 
15 /«4 


3.60 
3.60 
3.20 


"/04 
%2 


3.20 
3.20 

3.20 


5 /l6 
J %2 

% 


3.20 
3.20 

2.80 


2 %4 
X %2 


2.80 
2.80 

2.80 



Stainless Steel 


mmsm 


P 


Flat Head Rivets 






18 — 8 Chromium-Nickel 


I 




ALLEGHENY METAL 




Price Per 




Price Per 


Size Found 


Size 


Found 


3 /32X% 6 $4.50 


3 Aex 7 /i6 


$4.00 


%2X% 4.50 


%6X% 


4.00 


% x % 2 4.50 

ys xy 4 4.00 


%6X% 
%6X% 


4.00 
4.00 


ys x 5 /i6 4.00 


% x% 


3.50 


% x% 4.00 


y 4 xy 2 


3.50 


% x % 4.00 


% x% 


3.50 


%2X % 4.00 


% x% 


3.50 


%2xM> 4.00 


y 4 xi 


3.50 


%2X 3 i 4.00 


% xiy 4 


3.50 


3 /l6X% 4.00 


% xiy 2 


3.50 



For other Stainless Steel Material see Index on Page 8. 



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Duralumin Rivets 

Temper designation 17S 



Size Inches 



% 
%2X 3 /i6 
%6 



% 



% 



%2X 3 /l6 

%6 






y 8 x % 6 

% 2 x y + 

5 /ir, 



No. Per Lb. 

13900 
10950 

9000 

7600 

5360 

4820 

4170 

3540 

3060 

2650 

2140 
1795 
1560 

2000 
1740 
1515 
1340 
1115 
945 

4170 
3540 
3060 
2650 



16120 
13920 
10950 
9000 
7600 
5960 
4820 

3250 
2520 
1400 
1540 
1300 
750 
595 









ROUND HEAD 








Size Inches 


No. Per Lb. Size Inches 


No.PerLta 


% * % 


825 


%6Xl 


270 


1 


655 




VA 


225 


1% 


564 




i% 


195 


VA 


413 


y 4 


k % 


215 


%2x y 4 

%6 
% 


990 
885 




% 


190 
170 


800 




7 /8 


153 


%6 


725 




1 


140 


% 
% 
i 


665 




«4 


118 


570 
500 
400 




1% 

2 


103 
92 
81 


%6X % 


630 


9k 


x M> 
% 


124 
110 


5 /l6 


565 




3 4 


96 


% 


515 






y 2 


435 




% 


90 


% 


375 




1 


83 


% 


330 

FLAT HEAD 




1% 


71 


%2x y 2 


2140 


% 


X »/2 


1115 


y 8 x y 4 


1740 




% 


945 


5 /l6 


1515 


% 


x y 2 


215 


% 


1340 




%6 


200 




BRAZIER HEAD 






%2X *yie 


4170 


Vs 


X 3 /l6 


2000 


% 


3540 




% 


1740 


5 /i<> 


3060 




%6 


1515 


% 


2650 




% 


1340 


y 2 


2140 






1115 
945 
825 




COUNTERSUNK HEAD 




%«X % 


495 


% 


ri% 


143 


% 


420 




1% 


120 


1 


325 


r /l(!X 


190 


% x y 2 


315 




% 


140 


%6 


285 




1 


110 


% 


260 




iy 4 


91 


% 


225 




i% 


77 



175 



Size Inches 


No. Per Lb 


%6*1% 


62 


Wi 


56 


2 


50 


2 1/ 2 


42 


%x % 


64 


1 


54 


VA 


47 


1% 


41 


1% 


37 


2 


34 


2% 


28 


/2 x /4 


31 


1 


27 


1% 


24 


1% 


* 22 


i% 


21 


i% 


19 


2 


17 


% x % 


190 


% 


170 


1 


140 


VA 


118 


%2x %e 


1130 


% 


990 


% 


800 


V2 


665 


% 


570 


% 


500 


% x % 


93 


1 


74 


1% 


61 


1% 


52 


% x % 


49 


1 


40 


iy 4 


33 


VA 


28 



BUTTON HEAD 
Size Inch No.Per Lb. 

y 4 x % 190 

m no 



OLD STYLE COUNTERSUNK 
Size Inch NO.PerLb. 

V 4 x% 260 



1 



140 



Lze Inches 


No. Per lib 


yiex %2 


16120 


% 


12200 


3 /l6 


10950 


y 4 


9000 


%e 


7600 


% 


5960 


y 2 


4800 


%2X %6 


4170 


y 4 


3540 


%• 


3060 


% 


2650 


y 2 


2140 



Size Inches 



%6 



% 



Aluminum Rivets 

Temper designation 2S 

ROUND HEAD 
No. Per lib. Size In 

2000 % 2 x 

1740 

1515 
1340 

1115 u 

945 %ex 

825 
655 



FLAT HEAD 
Size Inches No. Per Lb. 



:•>, 



:v 1( 



32X -^ifi 



5 /l6 



% 



4170 
3540 
3060 
2650 
2140 



iches 


I 


No. Par Lb. 




fa 




1130 




% 




990 




5 /lfi 




885 




% 




800 




V2 




665 




% 




630 




% 




515 




% 




435 




% 




375 




% 




330 




1 




270 




1% 




225 
FLAT HEAD 






Size Inches No. Per Lb 




Vs 


x y 4 


1740 






%e 


1515 






% 


1340 






M 


1115 



Size Inches 


No. Per Lb 


% x l{. 


215 


% 


190 


:, i 


170 


1 


140 


IV. 


118 



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Brass Rivets 

CLUTCH FACING RIVETS— FULL TUBULAR 



Specifications 

■ i m Body Dia. 

pf Is" 

Head Dia. 
i / f> 


Stand. 
Nos. 

1-5 


Our 

Old 
Nos. 

105 


Old Trade Numbers — 

Comparative Numbers of 

Other Manufacturers 

26-5F-33- 105-5 


Lengrtlis 


Box of 
1000 

$3.50 


Carton of 
12/100 

$4.80 


*Box of 
100 

$ .40 


- ,,., Body Dia. 
i|| Head Dia. 


2-6 


206 


25-6G- 18-6 15-32-206 


%" 


3.80 


5.20 


.44 


, Body Dia. 
11 [f Head Dia. 


3-3 
3-4 
3-5 
3-6 
3-7 
3-8 
3-10 


303 
304 
305 
306 

307 
308 
310 


738-2800-303-38-2-10 

738-2800-304-48-2-10 

738-2800-305-58-2-27-10 

738-2800-306-68-2-24-10 

738-2800-307-78-2-28-10 

738-2800-308-88-2-10 

738-2800-310-108-2-10 


4 /w" 

%6" 

8 /l6" 
"%6- 


$3.10 
3.20 
3.30 
3.50 
3.90 
4.20 
4.90 


$4.30 
4.40 
4.50 
4.80 
5.30 
5.70 
6.80 


$0.36 
.37 
.38 
.40 
.45 
.48 
.57 



BRAKE RELINING RIVETS— SEMI-TUBULAR 









Our 


Old Trade Numbers- 












Specifications 


Stand. 
Nos. 


Old 

Nos, 


Comparative Numbers of 
Other Manufacturers 


Lengths 


Box of 
1000 


Carton of 
12/100 


*Box of 
100 


^ » Body Dia. 


4-4 


354 


32-2561-2809-804 


-11 


4 /i«" 


$3.00 


$4.10 


$0.35 


%*" 


4-5 


355 


31-2561-2809-805 


-11 


%•" 


3.10 


4.20 


.35 


fe j Head Dia. 


4-6 
4-7 


356 
357 


2561-2809-806 
2561-2809-807 


-11 
-11 


7 /V 


3.30 
3.60 


4.50 
4.90 


.38 
41 


4-8 


358 


2561-2809 


-11 


*,ie" 


4.10 


5.60 


.47 




5-4 


404 


2-2703-4A-41-12-404 


-40 


4 /io" 


3.40 


4.60 


39 


RnHv Dirr 


5-5 


405 


7-2703-5 A-5 1-1 2-405 
10-2703-6A-61-12-406 


-40 
-40 


Hi a" 


3.50 
3.80 






T 


f %*" 


5-6 


406 


/16 
%8" 


4.80 
5.20 


.40 
44 




1 


5-7 


407 


2703-7A-71-12-407 


-40 


w 


4.20 


5.70 


48 


i 


J Head Dia. 


5-8 


408 


15-2703-8A-81-12-408 


-40 


»A«" 


4.40 


6.00 


50 


w 


5-10 


410 


13-2703-10A-101-12-4010 


-40 


10 /ifi" 


5.20 


7.10 


60 




5-12 


412 


14-2703-12A-121-12-4012 


-40 


%" 


6.00 


8.30 


.70 




7-4 


504 


1-1681-4B-504-42-38 


-30 


4 /ifi" 


4.50 


6.00 


50 


, i^ Body Dia. 


7-5 


505 


8-1681-5B-505-52-38 


-30 


%6" 


4.70 


6.20 


52 


%e" 


7-6 


506 


9-1681-6B-506-62-38 


-30 


%e" 


4.90 


6.50 


.55 


]>' |4§ 


7-7 


507 


1681-7B-507-72-38 


-30 


Vie" 


5.40 


7.20 


60 


1l J Head Dia. 


7-8 


508 


16-1681-8B-508-82-38 


-30 


%«" 


5.80 


7.60 


64 


w 


7-10 


510 


23-1681-10B-510-102-38 


-30 


10 /i fi " 


6.60 


8.80 


74 




7-12 


512 


1681-12B-512-122-38 


-30 


%" 


7.60 


10.10 


.85 




8-6 

8-8 


706 
708 


3-6D-706-64-48 
6-8D-708-84-48 


-90 

-90 


8 /l6" 


5.80 
6.60 


8.00 
9.10 


67 


**i 


Sr %e- 


76 


1 


8-10 


710 


11-10D-71 0-1 04-48 


-90 


1( y W " 


7.20 


10.00 


84 


1:1 


Head Dia. 


8-12 


712 


17-12D-712-124-48 


-90 


12 /io" 


8.20 


11.30 


.95 


11 


ill] 14" 


8-14 


714 


19-14D-714-144-48 


-90 


U /.6" 


9.20 


12.70 


1 06 




8-16 


716 


2 1-1 6D-7 16- 164-48 


-90 


"Mr," 


10.20 


14.10 


1.18 


<gfej f?Jb> Body Dia. 


10-6 


3506 


1406-68-250 




fw" 

8 /.«" 


11 30 


15.40 

16.20 


1.29 
1 35 


1 


U" 


10-8 


3508 


35- 1408-68-250 




11.70 






10-10 


3510 


36- 1410-68-250 




"V 


12.30 


17.10 


1 43 


1 


■- ; Head Dia. 


10-12 


3512 


37- 1412-68-250 




l %6" 


13.00 


18.10 


1 51 


: i v 


10-16 


3516 


39- 1416-68-250 




1 %6" 


14.30 


19.90 


1.66 



SOLID COPPER AND SOLID ALUMINUM BRAKE BAND RIVETS— COUNTERSUNK HEAD 




Stock No. 

12 
10 

9 

8 

7 

6 

4 



Packed in 1 lb. cartons 



ead Diameter 


Body Diameter 






Overall Leng-ths 


% 


% 


% 


v 2 


% 


% 


%2 


%4 


%* 


w 


% 


% 


5 /lG 


%2 


% 


w 


%* 


% 


% 


4 %4 


% 


V 2 


%* 


%• l 


X %2 


%6 


% 


% 


w 


%* l* 


%6 


1 %t 




Vi 


% 


%* r 


%6 


"4 








?4* r 114* 



LIST PRICES PER LB. 
Copper Aluminum 



IV2 



$1.20 
1.13 
1.09 
1.06 
1.04 
1.02 
1.02 



$2.78 
2.43 
2.15 
2.08 
2.08 
1.86 
1.72 



These sizes carried in stock. Other sizes made to order only. 



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Specifications 



Body Dia. 
Head Dia. 



Stand. 

Nos. 

14-5 
14-6 

14-7 
14-8 
14-10 
14-12 



Our 

Old 

Nos. 

1205 

1206 
1207 
1208 
1210 
1212 



Brass Rivets 

SPLIT OR BIFURCATED BRASS RIVETS 



Old Trade Numbers — 

Comparative Numbers of 

Other Manufacturers 



2970-5200-905-9 
2970-5200-906-9 
2970-5200-907-9 
2970-5200-908-9 
2970-5200-910-9 
2970-5200-912-9 



-200-964 
-202-964 
-203-964 
-201-964 
-204-964 
-964 



Lengths 

%6" 

7 /l6" 
8 /ie" 

10 /w 



Box of 


Carton of 


*Box of 


1000 


12/100 


100 


$2.70 


$3.70 


$.31 


2.90 


4.00 


.34 


3.10 


4.20 


.35 


3.30 


4.50 


.38 


4.10 


5.60 


.47 


4.60 


6.30 


.53 



Specifications 



¥ 



Body Dia, 

Head Dia. 
%6" 





Body Dia. 
Head Dia. 



Body Dia. 
Head Dia. 



Stand. 
Nos. 

4-4 
4-5 
4-6 
4-7 
4-8 



5-4 

5-5 

5-6 

5-7 

5-8 

5-10 

5-12 

7-4 

7-5 

7-6 

7-7 

7-8 

7-10 

7-12 



ALUMINUM BRAKE RELINING RIVETS— SEMI-TUBULAR 



Our Old Trade Numbers — 

Old Comparative Numbers of 

Nos. Other Manufacturers 

1604 2812-304-48 

1605 2812-305-58 

1606 2812-306-68 

1607 2812-307-78 

1608 2812-308-88 



804 2-281 1-4A-404-A416 

805 7-281 1-5A-405-A516 

806 10-281 1-6A-406-A616 

807 2811-7A-407-A716 

808 15-2811-8A-408-A816 
810 13-281 1-10A-410-A1016 
812 14-281 1-12A-412-A1216 

904 1-2149-4B-504-B416 

905 8-2149-5B-505-B516 

906 9-2149-6B-506-B616 

907 2149-7B-507-B716 

908 16-2149-8B-508-B816 
910 23-2149-1 0B-510-B 10 16 
912 2149-12B-512-B1216 



>therwis 


e, brass will be furnished 






3 f 


Box of 


Carton of 


*BOX Of 




lengths 1000 


12/100 


100 




4/ 16 " $3.00 


$4.10 


$.35 




5 /i6" 3.10 


4.20 


.35 




%«" 3.30 


4.50 


.38 




7 /i 6 " 3.60 


4.90 


.41 




S W 4.10 


5.60 


.47 


-41 


4/ 16 " 3.40 


4.60 


.39 


-51 


5/ 16 " 3.50 


4.80 


.40 


-61 


% 6 " 3.80 


5.20 


.44 


-71 


7 /i6" 4.20 


5.70 


.48 


-81 


s/ 16 » 4.40 


6.00 


.50 


-101 


i% 6 5.20 


7.10 


.60 


-121 


i% 6 " 6.00 


8.30 


.70 


-42 


%6" 4.50 


6.00 


.50 


-52 


5 /l6" 4.70 


6.20 


.52 


-62 


%e" 4.90 


6.50 


.55 


-72 


Vtf 5.40 


7.20 


.60 


-82 


%0* 5.80 


7.60 


.64 


-102 


t% 6 » 6.60 


8.80 


.74 


-122 


1%6 W 7.60 


10.10 


.85 




"National" Handy Riveter 

This improved riveting machine will set both tubular and split 
(bifurcated) rivets perfectly. It automatically adjusts itself to the 
various lengths required. It is fully guaranteed as to workman- 
ship and material. 

The frame is of semisteel accurately machined and finished in 
black enamel. The plunger and anvil are of hardened steel. The 
lever is of malleable iron. Height 6% in., 1 % in. throat. The weight 
per each is AVi lbs. Price, each $1.00. 



Steel accessories including cap screws, cotters, wood screws, machine screws, nuts, stove bolts, etc., 
are our specialty. See index for listing elsewhere in this catalogue. 

Silicon Bronze, the new metal that has superior corrosion resistant qualities as well as a very high 
tensil strength. Ask us about Silicon Bronze. See Index for Listing. 

Our mill expert will be glad to help you or your engineers with any problem in Stainless Steel. 
Just ask for our A llegheny technical engineer. 

A big stock of screws, rivets, nails, fittings, valves, bushings, and other accessories on hand for 

immediate shipment. 



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85 





Steel Tubular and Split Rivets 

For Harness, Strap, Leather, Canvas, and Similar Work 
Body Diameter %*" JAPANNED OR COPPERED TUBULAR RIVETS Head Diameter y ' 

ITTT 

ASSORTED LENGTHS 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 50 Rivets 4 /iq" to %e* long 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 100 Rivets 4 /i 6 " to % 6 " long LZLIZ..Z " ' $ n' 4 q 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 50 Rivets % 6 " to Wig" long ~IZZ ' 7* cT 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 100 Rivets 4 /i 6 " to *%e" long " Ii* 

"" " ' - 2. DO 

UNIFORM LENGTHS 

Per Carton of Per Carton of Per Box 

12 Boxes of 50 Rivets 12 Boxes of 100 Rivets of 1000 Rivets 

Lengrth Price Lengrtn Price length Price Lengrtn Price Lenfftli Price Lenirtli Shrf*^ 

%a $1.29 y $2.23 % fl " $1.53 Y 16 » $1.51 %??* gST %^ ^fg 

^6 1.36 %<f 2 .3 6 4/l6 " L63 %fl » L57 8 %, 2?9 A^ $1.93 

%e" 1.42 5/ 16 » 2 . 47 5/l6 » L73 %<r L65 % „ 291 $ Z f 

K« lA7 %6" 2.60 % 6 » 1.83 We" 1.70 We" 3.02 $1" £23 

COPPERED OR JAPANNED SPLIT RIVETS 

jsafe. **iiHF* ^S^^ *1^^ 

Body Diameter % 4 " | \ j| II Head Diameter ^ 

ASSORTED LENGTHS 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 50 Rivets 4 /i 6 " to 8/i 6 " long * ftQ 

Per carton of 12 boxes of 100 Rivets % 6 " to %q" long [ \ ZZZZZZZZZZZZ 1 52 

UNIFORM LENGTHS 
Per Carton of Per Carton of Per Box 

12 Boxes of 50 Rivets 12 Boxes of 100 Rivets of 1000 Rivets 

X, ^ 8 ^ h S^5! Lengrtn Price Lengrtn Price Lenfftn Price Length Price Length Price 

K $L ° 2 %« $L67 4 ^" $1-18 %«" $1.18 %? $1 . 94 ^JT J™J 

#e" 1.02 % 8 " 1.67 5/ 16 " 1.18 i% 6 - 1.21 l% fl - 2.00 4f" 143 

%«" 1-06 %e" 1-74 % 6 " 1.23 iy X6 " 1.34 H/ 16 " 2.07 n/ 16 " i6 3 

JK 1.09 7 /ie" 1.80 7/ 16 " L28 i% 6 » 1.38 i% 6 » 2.13 %" 173 

8 /ie" 1.12 % 6 " 1.87 8/ 16 » 1.33 

100,000 Rivets equal 167 cartons of 12 boxes of 50 Rivets 100,000 Rivets equal 84 cartons of 12 boxes of 100 Rivets 



Size 

8-02. 
lll-oz. 
12-oz. 
14-oz. 

1 lb. 
VA lb. 
IV2 lb. 
l 3 / 4 lb. 

2 lb. 
21/2 lb. 

3 lb. 
3V2 lb. 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
16 




Tinners' Rivets 

Countersunk Head — Tinned 
Flat Head — Tinned — Black 







List Tinned 


Length 


Diameter 


Pkgre. of 1000 


Under Head 


Wire Gaugre 


Price Per M 


%2 


131/4 


$ -41 


*%4 


13 


.48 


3 /l6 


121/4 


,55 


%8 


12 


.61 


*%t 


11% 


.67 


%2 


11 


.77 


] %4 


101/4 


.90 


% 


10 


.99 


17 /k 


91/4 


1.09 


%2 


9 


1.29 


%6 


8 1/4 


1.52 


21 /64 


8 


1.74 


% 


7i/4 


1.94 


% 


63/4 


2.23 


2 %4 


6 


2.61 


X %2 


51/4 


3.05. 


7 /l6 


43/4 


3.48 


2 %4 


41/4 


3.87 


X %2 


4 


4.25 


% 


3 


4.86 


3 %4 


2 


5.67 


»%2 


1 


6.48 



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Bulk 
100 Lbs. 



$59.50 



52.50 



47.50 
44.50 
43.50 
42.50 
41.50 
40.50 
39.50 
39.50 
39.50 



38.50 
36.50 
36.50 

36.50 




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Bulk 
100 
Lbs. 



£41.00 



34.00 



29.00 
26.00 
25.00 
24.00 
23.00 
22.00 
21.00 
21.00 
21.00 



20.00 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 



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Bronze Turnbuckles 



List Prices 



No. 
11 
21 
31 

41 

51 
61 
71 
81 



Lengrth 
Overall 

2%6 
3%6 

4 

4V 2 



6 

6% 
7% 



Screw 
Size 

% 

%2 



Plain 

Dozen 

$ 2.00 
2.60 
3.40 

4.20 

5.10 

7.20 
12.00 
16.00 



NO. 



32 
42 

52 
62 
72 

82 



Polished 
Dozen 



$ 4.80 
5.80 

7.00 

9.80 

15.00 

20.00 



Bronze turnbuckles are of very fine material and are well suited for marine use. 
smaller sizes with good success. 



The hardware trades also handle the 



Steel Turnbuckles 

SMALL TURNBUCKLES 



List Prices 



No. Finish 

24 Galvanized 

34 Galvanized 

44 Galvanized 



25 
35 
45 



Nickel Plated 
Nickel Plated 

Nickel Plated 



Screw 
Size 

fa 






Length 
Closed 

3 
4 

4V2 

3 
4 
AV2 



Take 
Vp 

IV2 

17e 

2V'4 

IV2 

1% 
2V4 



Weight 
Gross 

121b. 
151b. 
181b. 

121b. 

151b. 
181b. 



List Per 

Gross 

$13,00 
15.00 
18.00 

12.00 

13.50 
16.00 



These turnbuckles are exceptionally well made and proportioned. The bodies are large size and the steel screw -eyes fit 
well. A high grade of finish, is maintained. When desired these may be furnished not finished or in any other finish required to 
order. 



No. 


Finish 


Screw 
Size 


53 


Plain 


% 


63 


Plain 


5 /lC 


73 


Plain 


% 


54 


Galvanized 


li 


64 


Galvanized 


fa 


74 


Galvanized 


% 


84 


Galvanized 


7 /i<> 


55 


Nickel Plated 


% 


65 


Nickel Plated 


fa 



LARGE TUBNBUCKLES 


{Hardware 


Type) 




List Prices 




Leng-th 
Closed 






Take 
UP 


5V4 






25/8 


6 






3 


6% 






3Vfc 


5W 






2Ve 


6 






3 


6% 






3Vi 


7Vs 






4 


5V4 






2 5 /8 


6 






3 



Weight 
Gross 

2.2 

3.8 

6. 

2.2 
3.8 
6. 
9.5 

2.2 
3.8 



List Per 
Dozen 

$2.30 

2.90 

4.40 

2.70 
3.40 
5.00 
6.80 

2.70 
3.40 




These turnbuckles are ideal for general hardware use as 1hey are strong for their size and comparatively inexpensive. 



Small Eye Bolts 

List Price per Hundred 

Leng-th of Thread Flain Galvanized 

B 4.00 $ 5.00 

5.00 6.00 

6.50 8.00 

9.00 10.00 

12.00 13.50 



Size 
10-24 
12-24 
V + -20 
fa-18 



H4 

m 
1% 
2 



Made of steel with hex nuts. A very strong and well made eye bolt for general use. Special sizes made to order in quanti- 



ties of 3000 or more. 



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87 



IMPERIAL 
Fittings and Parts 



INDEX 



Accumulator, Refrigeration, Gas 102 

Activated Alumina 1C4 

Air Brake Compression Couplings 96 

Air Nozzle _ jq7 

Aluminum Alloy Fittings, Flared 94 

Alumina, Activated 104 

Bender, Tube . 105 

Blow Gun 107 

Brass Pipe Fittings 90 

Brazing and Soldering Outfit 107 

Charging Line 105 

Cocks, Drain ._ . 94 

Cocks, Shut Off— Compression, Gasoline, Needle Valve, S.A.E., 

Three Way ' 95 

Cocks, Shut Off— Hi Duty Z!ZZZZ! 92 

Compound and Testing Gauges— Refrigeration 103 

Compression Fittings 88, 95 

Couplings, Air Brake. ' g6 

Couplings, Inverted Flared 96 

Couplings, One Piece 107 

Cups, Priming _ 94 

Cutter, Tube ZZZZZZ1ZI 106 

Cutting Block, Flexible Tube ZZ 92 

Dehydrator __ _ 1Q2 

Drain Cocks... . g4 

Faucet, Radiator Water 118 

Faucet, Self-Closing _ _ ng 

Feit s zzzzzizi 104 

FITTINGS 

Aluminum, Flared S. A. E g4 

Air Brake 96 

Aviation ZZZZZ"91,92 

Brass Pipe go 

Flared S. A. E., Brass _ 89, 95 

Flexible Tube 92' g3 

Inverted Flare... ] ' g5 

One-Piece Coupling... 1 07 

Refrigeration, Flared S. A. E., Brass 97, 98 

„ So^er 108 to 111 

Flared S. A. E. Fittings, Aluminum Alloy 94 

Flared S. A. E. Fittings, Brass 89, 95 

Flaring and Cutting Kit 106 

Flaring Tool " jqc 

Flexible Tube Fittings g2 93 

Flexible Tubing ' g 2 

Float, Hi Side, Refrigeration 102 

Float, Low Side, Refrigeration 103 

Gasoline Valves.. 95 

Gauges, Refrigeration 103 

Gasket, Copper Flare 102 



Gun, Blow 107 

Hi Duty Fittings .....91 92 

Hi Side Float, Refrigeration , 102 

Lead Washers __ jQ4 

Line, Charging..... , __ 105 

Line, Strainer ._ iq] 

Needle Valves 95 

Nozzle, Air __ 107 

Pinch Off Tool ZZZZZZZZZ 104 

Priming Cups.... 94 

Ratchet Wrench 105 

Radiator Water Faucet 1 13 

Reamer, Tubing .__ __ 104 

Refacing Tool 107 

REFRIGERATION 

Compressor Valves _.._ \q\ 

Coupling, Manifold Union ico 

Dehydrator 1 Q2 

Gas Accumulator .___ .... 102 

Gauges "103 

Hi Side Float.... .. iQ2 

Line Scale Trap.... 101 

Line Strainers ; jq2 

Liguid Indicator jq2 

Manifolds gg^ gg 

Manifold Adapters _____ ' gg 

Ratchet Wrench 105 

Valve Strainer _ iQ2 

Vaives ZZ'ZSa 101 

S. A. E. FITTINGS 

Aluminum Alloy g4 

Brass 89,95 

Refrigeration 97 99 

Sawing Vise — Beaver Tubing *_ 104 

Seal Cap jq2 

shut off cocks... ZZZZZZZZZZZI.Z 95 

Screens ... __ jq4 

Solder Fittings ZZZZ08 to 1 1 1 

Soldering <S Brazing Outfit, Acetylene.. 107 

Strainers, Evaporator Valve jQ2 

Suction Line Check Valve ZZZZZ." 102 

Traps, Scale ___ " jqj 

Tube Bender _ jq5 

Tubing Flexible 92 

Valves, Refrigeration ... 100 101 

Gasoline ' g5 

Washers, Lead _.... " 104 

Wrench, Wing Seal— Refrigeration ZZ.ZZZ 102 



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Imperial Compression Fittings 
















Price 










Per 100 






Iron 


Standard 


Includ- 


Imperial Numbers 


O. D. 


Pipe 


Package 


ing- Nuts 


and Description 


of Tube 

Vs 


Size 


Quantity 

100 


& Sleeves 

$ 2.00 




%2 




100 


2.50 


^gbh. 


%6 




100 


2.00 


G5 


% 




100 


2.00 


IP 


%6 




100 


2.50 




% 




100 


3.50 


60-F 


%6 




25 


6.50 


SLEEVE 


% 
% 




25 


10.50 
14.50 
21.00 




% 




25 


5.00 




%2 




25 


7.00 


r*m 


%6 




25 


5.50 


pi 


% 




50 


6.00 


irj 


%e 




50 


8.00 


«■■* 


% 




25 


10.00 


61-F 


%6 




25 
25 


18.00 
21.00 


NUT 


% 
% 






31.00 
38.50 




% 




15 


22.00 




%2 




15 


28.00 


ATM *%4F**££*S 


%6 




15 


23.00 


13K& 




25 
25 


25.00 
31.00 




% 




15 


39.00 


62-F 


%6 

44 




10 
10 


73.00 
95.00 


UNION 








145.00 
209.00 








Vs. 

%6 


Ve 


15 


30.00 




: ■-; 




(J 


Pi 


Vs 


15 


32.00 






y 4 

%6 




15 
15 


36.00 








39.00 


63-F 


% 


1/4 


15 


52.00 


CHECK VALVE 


% 


3/8 


10 


123.00 


CONNECTOR 












Vs 




15 


39.00 


By—.;; •*— ! 


| %6 




15 


40.00 


yoi •» 


f % 




25 


44.00 


\!' _ . i 


%e 




25 


48.00 




% 




15 


66.00 




%e 




10 


120.00 




% 




10 


180.00 


64-F 


% 






251.00 


TEE 


% 






351.00 




Vs 




15 


33.00 


^■ilP't 


3 /l6 




15 


35.00 


11 HP's) 


% 




25 


36.00 


jj^j^^* 


%e 


.... 


25 


45.00 


■ 


% 




15 


48.00 


rjn^l 


%6 




10 


87.00 


%»_^ 


l/ 2 




10 


106.00 


65-F 


% 






190.00 




ELBOW UNION 


% 






242.00 




Vs 


Ve 


15 


17.00 


V ^ ^ 


%6 


1/8 


15 


18.00 


9 


% 


1/8 


15 


20.00 




5 Ae 


1/8 


15 


22.00 




% 


1/8 


15 


34.00 


66-F 


% 


3/8 


10 


86.00 


FEMALE 


% 


1/2 




114.00 




CONNECTOR 


% 


1/2 




176.00 



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For connecting Brass, Copper, 
Aluminum, Shelby or Bundy Tubing. 



Imperial Numbers 
and Description 




67-F 
FEMALE COUPLING 




68-F 

MALE 

CONNECTOR 




69-F 
MALE ELBOW 
CONNECTOR 




70-F 

FEMALE ELBOW 

CONNECTOR 




O. D. 
of Tube 

3 /l6 
%6 

% 

%6 




TEE 



Vi 

B /l6 
%6 



7 /l6 



Vs 
% 

6 /l6 
B /l6 



%6 



% 



% 

% 



%8 

% 

B /l6 

% 

V2 



%6 



Iron 

Pipe 
Size 

Va 

1/4 

Va 

1/4 
V4 
1/2 
1/2 



Standard 

Package 
Quantity 

15 
15 
15 
15 

10 



1/8 

Vs 

1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 

1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 

1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



1/8 

1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
VS 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 

1/8 

Va 

1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



25 
25 
50 
25 
50 
25 
15 
15 
10 
10 



25 
25 
50 
25 
50 
25 
15 
15 
10 
10 



15 
15 
25 
25 
15 
10 
10 



15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
5 
5 



15 

15 
15 
15 
15 
5 
5 



Male 

and 

Female 

1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/8 



25 
25 

15 
15 



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Price 
Per 100 
Includ- 
ing- Nuts 
& Sleeves 

$ 32.00 
32.00 
40.00 
42,00 
72.00 
114.00 
176.00 



14.00 
15.00 
17.00 
22.00 
20.00 
25.00 
31.00 
34.00 
60.00 
73.00 
94.00 
135.00 

24.00 
25.00 
26.00 
31.00 
32.00 
33.00 
46.00 
51.00 
92.00 
109.00 
152.00 
198.00 



22.00 
25,00 
28.00 
34.00 
40.00 
73.00 
101.00 



32.00 

34.00 

40.00 

44.00 

57.00 

104.00 

158.00 

207.00 

280.00 



32.00 

34.00 

40.00 

44.00 

57.00 

104.00 

158.00 

210.00 

280.00 



40.00 
44.00 
48.00 
53.00 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



89 



Imperial S. A. E. 
(Flared) Fittings 




gg^ 



For Connecting 
Brass and Copper Tubing 



Imperial Numbers 
and Descriptions 




41-F 
STANDARD 
UNION NUT 




41-F 

SHORT 

UNION NUT 




42-F 

UNION 




43-F 

CHECK VALVE 

CONNECTOR 






46-F 

FEMALE 

COUPLING 



O. D. 

of Tube 



$16 

% 

7 /l6 

% 

% 



List Price 
Iron Standard Per 100 
Pipe Package Without 
Thread Quantity Nuts 



%6 

% 

%6 

% 



% 
V4 

•rid 
% 

7 /l6 

y 2 



" J /8 

% 



%6 



%8 



ft 

%e 
K 

% 

7 /l<> 

% 



Vs 
% 

% 
% 



Vb 
Vb 

Vs 

I/ 4 
1/4 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
% 
1/2 



1/8 



1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



15 
25 
50 
50 
25 
10 
10 



15 
25 
50 

50 
25 

10 
10 



10 
25 
25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



10 
10 
25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



10 
10 
15 
15 
15 
10 
10 



10 
10 
15 
15 
15 
10 
10 



15 
15 
25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



$ 10.00 
11.00 
13.00 
17.00 
25.00 
34.00 
46.00 
74.00 
101.00 



9.00 
10.00 
12.00 
15.00 
22.00 
34.00 
40.00 
68.00 
95.00 



17.00 
18.00 
19.00 
23.00 
35.00 
45.00 
55.00 
92.00 
130.00 



29.00 
30.00 
31.00 
35.00 
48.00 
57.00 
68.00 



23.00 
24.00 
26.00 
33.00 
52.00 
70.00 
79.00 
235,00 
272.00 



22.00 
23.00 
25.00 

32.00 
52.00 
75.00 
88.00 
226.00 
255.00 



Imperial Numbers 
and Descriptions 




47-F 
FEMALE COUPLING 




48-F 

MALE 

CONNECTOR 




49-F 
MALE ELBOW 
CONNECTOR 




50-F 

FEMALE ELBOW 

CONNECTOR 





55-F 
ELBOW UNION 



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O. D. 

ofTube 



List Price 
Iron Standard Per 100 
Pipe Package Without 
Thread Quantity Nuts 



516 



%6 



% 

% 

% 

% 



V8 
Va 



%6 

r ?4e 



Vic 
54 



% 
%6 



3 /lfi 
% 

% 

%6 

% 

% 
3/. 



M 






$4 



1/4 
1/4 
¥8 
3/8 
1/2 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



1/8 

1/8 
1/8 
1/4 

y* 

1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
% 
V2 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
1/2 



5 /l6 



Male 

and 

Female 

1/8 
1/8 
1/8 
1/8 



15 

15 
15 
10 
10 



25 

15 
50 
25 
50 
25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



15 
15 
50 
25 
50 
25 
25 
25 
10 
10 



10 

10 
25 
25 

15 
10 
10 



10 
10 
15 

15 
15 
10 
10 



10 
10 
25 
25 
15 
10 
10 



25 
25 
15 
15 



$ 24.00 
26.00 
51.00 
55.00 
73.00 



11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
22.00 
17.00 
24.00 
35.00 
32.00 
38.00 
45.00 
90.00 
100.00 



18.00 
19.00 
20.00 
29.00 
23.00 
35.00 
41.00 
44.00 
52.00 
60.00 
140.00 
190.00 



24.00 
24.00 
25.00 
28,00 
61.00 
85.00 
113.00 
172.00 



24.00 
25.00 
27.00 
33.00 
50.00 
74.00 
81.00 
226.00 
254.00 



22.00 

23.00 
24.00 
25.00 
37.00 
51.00 
55.00 
136.00 
156.00 



36.00 
37.00 
39.00 
42.00 



Same: No. 76-F in Compression 




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90 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



iMHi 



Imperial Brass Pipe Fittings 









Standard 




Imperial Numbers 




Package 


Price 


and Descriptions 


Size 


Quantity 


Per 100 


j^atk 




% 


25 


$ 19.00 


Mwl 


100-6 


'A 


15 


27.00 


jr|f 


ELBOW 


10 


54.00 


^^5 




% 


5 


86.00 


itnnam4l 




^ 


25 


27.00 


y"" 1 '! 


101-B 


% 


15 


37.00 


& 


TEE 


% 


10 


60.00 


w 




\ ( 2 


5 


110.00 






Vh 


15 


42.00 




102-B 


Vi 


15 


51.00 




CROSS 


; >s 


5 


77.00 






% 


5 


118.00 


Ania^ 




Vh 


25 


17.00 


■■i 


103-B 


V4 


15 


29.00 


ji 


COUPLING 


% 


15 


43.00 


iyiMa4^ 




V2 


10 


76.00 


,-JPs 




] /s 


10 


73.00 


/nHPl 


jl 104-B 


% 


10 


103.00 




■ UNION 


% 


5 


118.00 


^f- 


*-/ 


% 




153.00 


- 




'/* 


15 


16.00 


/fill 


108-B 


% 


15 


22.00 


VjMEJ 


CAP 


% 


10 


31.00 


v^BHF 




H 


10 


46.00 






's 


50 


11.00 


IP 


109-B 
PLUG 


V4 


25 
15 
15 


16.00 
25.00 
29.00 






%xy 8 


50 


14.03 


-s^SS* 




%x 1 / 8 


15 


20.00 


^fjjjpp' 


11 OB 


%x% 


25 


20.00 


«!=33^ 


BUSHING 


%x% 


15 


30.00 


^■Wii'SSS^ 




^x's 


15 


30.00 






%x% 


15 


30.00 
13.00 






% 


25 


^ 


11 IB 
LOCK-NUT 


'4 

% 


15 
15 
15 


15.00 
24.00 
31.00 



Imperial Numbers 
and Descriptions 



112-B 
CLOSE 
NIPPLE 



Size 



1 16 B 
STREET 
ELBOW 




U 



M 

% 
u, 



3/« 



119-B 
REDUCING 
COUPLING 



y 4 x% 

M>x% 



120-B 
ADAPTER 




fate 

Ux's 
%xV 4 
%x% 



121-B 
PLUG 



K 



W& 




123-B 



%x\ 



REDUCING 3/ 
NIPPLE sX ' 



Standard 
Package 

Quantity 

25 
15 
15 
15 



25 
15 
15 
10 



50 

25 



25 
15 
15 



25 
15 
15 



25 
25 
15 
15 



25 
25 
15 
15 



10 

10 

5 



25 
15 



Price 
Per 100 

$13.00 
18.00 
30.00 
43.00 



21.00 
29.00 
48.00 
65.00 



9.00 
13.75 
18.00 
22.00 



20.00 
23.00 
30.00 



23.00 
34.00 
44.00 



21.00 
23.00 
34.00 
44.00 



13.00 
16.00 
22.00 

33.00 



15.00 
20.00 
42.00 
61.00 



23.00 
34.00 



113-B 




LONG NIPPLE 



Size 



Standard 
Package Price 
Length Quantity Per 100 



% 


1% 


25 


$18.00 


V, 


m 


15 


24.03 


% 


1V2 


15 


32.00 


V-i 


m 


10 


50.00 


% 


2 


25 


22.00 


% 


2 


15 


29.00 


:i 's 


2 


15 


33.00 


y-i 


2 


10 


55.00 


Vs 


2'/> 


25 


25.00 


% 


2% 


15 


33,00 


% 


2V 2 


15 


42.00 


¥> 


2 1 / 1> 


10 


62.00 


% 


3 


25 


27.00 


V* 


3 


15 


36.00 


% 


3 


15 


50.00 


U, 


3 


10 


68.00 











Size 

M> 
Vx 

K 

% 

■4 

■■■<u 

14 

Vk 

V, 



Length 

3% 

3!1> 

4 
4 
4 
4 

4% 
4% 

41/0 

4% 

5 
5 
5 



Standard 
Package 
Quantity 

25 
15 
10 
10 

15 
10 

5 

5 

15 

10 
5 

5 

15 

10 
5 
5 



Price 
Per 100 

$32.00 
41.00 
56.00 
75.00 

36.00 
47.00 
62.00 
79.00 

39.00 
57.00 
68.00 
87.00 

42.00 
62.00 
75.00 
95.00 



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Imperial Light Hi-Duty Fittings & Imperial Heavy Hi-Duty Fittings 

For Copper, Shelby, Aluminum. Bundy, Bundyweld.Everdur, Duronze, Stainless Steel and Steel Tubing, 

"L" Denotes Standard Hi-Duty "H" Denotes Heavy Hi-Duty 

For Automobiles, Trucks, Tractors, Buses, Marine Engines, Oil Burners, Air Compressors, Airplanes, Machine Tools wherever Tubing is used. 







OD. 


Size I. F 


. std.Pkgr. 


Price 




Tube 


Thread 


Quantity 


Per 100 




L Vh 




25 


$ 7.70 




L %« 




25 


8.25 


^jsb^^MF x 


L% 




50 


10.30 


flWIfWJ fd 


L'm; 




50 


12.40 


^*mk- ¥^ 


L % 




25 


18.70 


^^v 


L %6 




12 


27.25 




L % 




12 


33.45 


81-L and 81-H 


H% 






50.00 


NUT 


H% 
H 1 


.... 




60.00 
75.00 
90.00 




L 's 




15 


35.50 




L % 6 




15 


36.50 


J f|jflHir''^L*l 


L M 




25 


43.45 


fc^ iif ■ ■-'*■ i t #^ 


L %e 




25 


53.10 


yijUi: 


L% 




15 


69.50 


\M" f %m^mar w £F 


L %« 




10 


79.35 




L V> 




10 


110.95 


82-L and 82-H 


H% 






182.00 


UNION 


H% 
H 1 






228.00 
275.00 
318.00 




L Vs 


1/8 


15 


34.10 


M :: mmm g mmM 


L % 6 


1/8 


15 


35.20 


WMT^M 


L % 

L %e 


y 8 

1/8 


15 
15 


38.50 
44.00 


*z&z®^ yV„y 


L % 


1/4 


15 


57.20 




L %8 


1/4 


10 


77.00 


83-L 


L V> 


3/8 


10 


132.00 


BALL CHECK VALVE 












L K 




15 


51.15 


— » — — - __^»_^B 


1 L U 
L % 




15 


52 80 




**■*■* 




15 

15 
15 


59.15 
74.95 


■ 


18 "'"'""""(■""■j «** Ml 


104.50 


HMB 


L Vh; 




5 


136.40 


Jrl 


L U 




5 


176.00 


^aJ^ 


H% 


.... 




285.00 




H :i ' } 






365.00 


84-L and 84 -H 


h% 






445.00 


TEE 


H 1 






512.00 




L K 




15 


41.80 


^^^ttjnA 


L % 6 




15 


42.90 


I m ^' 


1% 




15 


45.05 


i ^Bfey | E 


L-V, 




15 


51.50 


Brl 


1% 




15 


72.05 


JpfiS 


L %6 




10 


99.55 


■Ljfc 


L ^ 


.... 


10 


121.00 


■^sgp 


H % 






175.00 


85-L and 85-H 


H % 






218.00 

270.00 


ELBOW 


H 1 


.... 




318.00 




L Vs 


1/8 


15 


30.60 


4j& ^.r:- 


L %« 


i/a 


15 


31.00 


^N """fiftiKft 


L 1/4 


Vs 


15 


33.00 


|i |_ 


L %« 


1/8 


15 


39.80 


L % 


1/4 


15 


49.90 


^ ^ ^ 


L%6 


1/4 


10 


71.70 




L M 


% 


10 


105.40 


86-L and 86H 


H% 


1- 




116.00 


FEMALE COUPLING 


H-M 


3/4 




150.00 




H% 


3/4 




176.00 




H 1 


1 




205.00 


l/ 8 to Vz May be he 


3d in Heavy Hi-Duty from factory, 


some sizes 



OD. 

Tube 

L K 



Size I. P. Std.Pkff. 
Thread Quantity 




%6 

5 / 1(5 



88-L and 88-H 
CONNECTOR 



L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

H% 

H% 

H % 

H 1 



u> 




89-L and 89-H 
ELBOW 



L 
L 
L 
L 

L 
L 
L 

L 

L 
H% 
B% 
H% 
H 1 



h; 



5 ,ie 

% 

7 /l6 




S0-L and 90-H 
ELBOW 



L %« 

L He 

L% 
L % 6 
L % 

n% 

H% 
K% 
H 1 




16 






91-L and 91-H 
TEE 



L 

L 

L 

L 

1% 

L %e 

L% 

H% 

H% 

H% 

H 1 







1., 



92 L and 92-H 
TEE 



H : n 

H 7 / s 
H 1 




%6 



'/16 



94-L and 94-H 
45° ELBOW 



H % 
H% 
H% 
H 1 



Vs 

1/8 

1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
1/4 
5 /8 

Vz 

3 /4 
3/4 

1 



1/8 
!/8 
1/8 
l/ 4 

Vs 

1/4 
1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
3/4 
3/4 
1 



Vs 
Vb 
i/s 

1/8 
1/4 
1/4 
3 /8 
1/2 
% 
3/4 
1 



1/8 
1/8 
1/8 

Vs 

1/4 
1/4 
3/ 8 
1/2 
3/4 
3/4 



1/8 
1/8 



1/4 
1/4 
3/8 
1/2 
3/4 
3/4 
1 



1/8 

Va 

1/4 
% 
1/2 
3/4 
3/4 
1 



25 
25 
50 
25 
50 
25 
15 
10 
10 



25 
25 
50 
25 
50 
25 
15 
10 
10 



15 
15 
25 
25 
15 
10 
10 



15 
15 
25 
25 
15 
5 
5 



15 
15 
25 
25 
15 
5 
5 



15 
15 

15 

15 

15 

5 

5 



Price 
Per 100 

$15.40 

17.95 

20.55 

25.30 

25.30 

31.70 

38.95 

61.60 

81.40 

115.00 

145.00 

170.00 

198.00 

24.20 

25.85 

28.35 

33.55 

33.55 

37.95 

52.95 

69.30 

94.15 

118.00 

150.00 

178.00 

2C0.00 

27.50 

29.70 

32.45 

40.70 

59.85 

99.85 

126.50 

135.00 

168.00 

200.00 

236.00 

38.50 

40.70 

45.30 

61.05 

88.00 

121.00 

165.00 

240.00 

305.00 

372.00 

425.00 

38.50 

40.70 

45.30 

61.05 

88.00 

121.00 

165.00 

240.00 

305.00 

372.00 

_425 I 00_ 

" 28X5 

28.35 

30.80 

43.20 

55.00 

71.50 

96.80 

121.00 

150.00 

180.00 

210.00 



(Continued on next page) 



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92 



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Imperial Light Hi-Duty Fittings & Imperial Heavy Hi-Duty Fittings 




95-L and 
TEE 



95-H 



(Continued from preceding page) 



O.D. 


Size I. P. 


Std. Fkg. 


Price 


Tube 


Thread Quantity 


Per 100 


LV« 


Vs 


15 


$44.00 


L 3/ 1fi 


Ve 


15 


45.65 


L% 


Vs 


15 


50.05 


L <H fi 


Vs 


15 


66.00 


L % 


1/4 


15 


92.40 


L tf a 


1/4 


5 


126.50 


LV2 


3 /8 


5 


170.50 


H% 


1/2 





240.00 


H% 


3 /4 




305.00 


H% 


3 /4 





372.00 


H 1 


1 





425.00 




96-L and 96-H 
TEE 



O.D. 


Size I. P. 


Std.Fkg. 


Price 


Tube 


Thread Quantity 


Per 100 


i.% 


1/8 


15 


$44.00 


L 3 /ifi 


Vs 


15 


45.65 


L% 


Vs 


15 


50.05 


L 5 /ig 


Vs 


15 


66.00 


L % 


V* 


15 


92.40 


LVib 


Va 


5 


126.50 


1% 


3/8 


5 


170.50 


H% 


1/2 




240.00 


H% 


3/4 




305.00 


H% 


3/4 




372.00 


H 1 


1 




425.00 



TWO-WAY 




THREE-WAY 



Tuhe Size 

Catalog 1 Outside 

No. Diameter 

100-HD % "xi/ 8 " 

100-HD % 6 "x 3 /i6" 

100-HD y 4 "x% " 

100-HD 5 /i6"x 5 /i6" 

100-HD % »x3/ 8 » 

100-HD y 2 "xy 2 " 

* 101-HD y 8 " 

* 101-HD %e" 
101-HD % " 
101-HD % " 
101-HD % 6 " 
101-HD 5/ 16 " 
101-HD % " 

noi-HD y 2 " 

102-HD 

102-HD 

* 102-HD 

103-HD 

103-HD 

* 103-HD 

104-HD 

104-HD 

* 104-HD 

*Made to Order. 



Male Female 

Iron Pipe Iron Pipe 

Thread Thread 

% " 

% " 

% " 

% " 

% " 

% " 

% " 

% "xy 8 - -- 

% "x% " 

% "x% » 

% " Vs " 

M " y 4 " 

% • % " 
% "xy 8 " 

% "xl/4 " 

% "x% " 



Imperial Hi-Duty 
Shut-off Cocks 



List 
Price 
Each 

$1.65 

1.70 

1.75 

1.85 

2.00 

2.60 

1.60 

1.65 

1.70 

1.75 

1.75 

1.80 

1.85 

2.40 

1.70 

1.75 

1.90 

1.70 

1.85 

2.55 

1.70 

1.85 

2.55 




Catalog 1 
No. 

105-HD 
105-HD 
105-HD 
105-HD 
105-HD 
105-HD 
*106-HD 
M06-HD 
*106-HD 
*106-HD 
*106-HD 
•1Q6-HD 
*106-HD 
M06-HD 
M07-HD 
M07-HD 
M07-HD 
M07-HD 
U07-HD 
•107-HD 
M07-HD 
*107-HD 
*108-HD 
*108-HD 
M08-HD 
M09-HD 
M09-HD 
•109-HD 



Tube Size 

Outside 
Diameter 



r 'xy 8 



ys ■ 

3/ 16 "x^i6"x 3 /i6" 

y 4 " X y 4 "x% " 

5 A6"x%6"x-yir/' 

3.4 "ttS/q "tC^/q 



% 



X°M ' x*f 8 

"xV 2 " X y 2 ' 
y 8 "xy 8 » 

y 4 "x% " 
% "xy 4 " 

%6"X%6" 

% "X% " 

y 2 "x% " 
y 8 "xy 8 " 

3 /4 6 "x 3 /l fi " 

% "xy 4 " 
% "xy 4 " 

5 /l6"x% 6 " 
%6"X% 6 " 

% "x% " 

y 2 " X y 2 " 



Male 

Iron Pipe 

Thread 


I 

V4 
% 

ft 
ft 


Female 
ron Pipe 
Thread 


List 
Price 
Each 

$2.10 






2.20 






2.35 






2.50 






2.75 






4.00 


Vs" 
%" 
%" 

y4" 

Vs" 

% " 

Yi" 
%" 




2.05 




2.15 




2.25 




2.35 




2.40 




2.45 




2.60 




3.70 


y 8 " 
y 8 " 
y 4 " 
y 8 " 
y 4 " 
y 4 " 
% " 
"xy 8 "xy 8 " 

"xV 4 "x% " 
"x% "x% w 


2.30 




2.35 




2.40 




2.60 




2.45 




2.65 




2.75 




3.80 




2.20 




2.50 




3.75 


% "x% "x% 
1/4 "xV 4 "x% 
% "x% "x% 


2.15 




2.40 




3.50 



*Made to Order. 
In ordering, first specify left end, then right, and branch last. 




Imperial Flexible Tubing and Couplings 

Tubing furnished in coils to replace copper lines for 
gas, oil and air, in any length. 

FLEXIBLE TUBING WITH BRASS METAL INNNER CORE 

In Coils— 25 and 50 Feet 





Copper Tuhe 


List Price 


No. 


Equivalent 


Per Foot 


13-FT 


1/4 " O. D. 


$0.40 


14-FT 


%0* O. D. 


.42 


15-FT 


%"O.D. 


.45 


13-FT 


y 2 " 0. d. 


.70 



lF^ 



No. 194-Ft. Cutting Block 



No. 194-FT. Cutting Block for each of above sizes, $.75 each. 



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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



93 



Imperial Flexible Tubing and Couplings 

a varXnf.Xt X ^ le + T ^ PjEPS? "! £,?* ^ Imperial Flexible Tubing - They make a tight leakproof connection and are furnished in 
oil and ai in I^V° hi p'/* ^ * w^ /2 fleXible tubing " These co *P lings are adaptable for practically every type of joint that occurs in gas, 

HmTw n assembhes ; F^xible tubing connection on one end, and the other end can be furnished for either compression, flared, inverted 

Hare, Hi-Duty or iron pipe thread in male or female and in straight or elbow types. 

In addition to the ease of assembly to flexible tubing the couplings can be detached and used over again 

1 fie prices listed below cover parts complete with nut, sleeve and grommet. 

INVERTED NUT TO HOSE S.A.E. NUT TO HOSE COMPRESSION NUT TO HOSE HI-DUTY NUT TO HOSE 




Cat. 
No. 

F-213 

F-214 

F-215 

F-216 

F-218 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

*%g" 13-FT $28.50-C 

y 4 » 13-FT 28.50-C 

5 /i 6 " 14-FT 34.00-C 

% " 15-FT 45.00-C 

% " 16-FT 80.00-C 



INVERTED CONNECTOR 
TO HOSE 




Gat. 
No. 

F-283 

F-284 

F-285 

F-286 

F-288 



O.D. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 



3 /lG 



13-FT 
13-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 



$32.5Q-C 
-32.50-C 
35.00-C 
50.00-C 
75.00-C 




Cat. 
No. 

F-293 
F-294 
F-295 

F-296 
F-298 



INVERTED 

ELBOW 

TO HOSE 



O. D. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 



"hi 



Vi 



13-FT 
13-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 



$35.00-C 
35.00-C 
37.50-C 
70.00-C 

110.00-C 






Cat. 


Male Used with 


No. 


I.P.T. 


Hose No. 


F-10 


w 


13-FT 


F-ll 


w 


13-FT 


F-12 


w 


14-FT 


F-13 


Mr 


14-FT 


F-14 


Mr 


15-FT 


F-15 


vr 


15-FT 


F-16 


w 


15-FT 


F-17 


%" 


16-FT 


F-18 


vr 


16-FT 



MALE 

IRON 

PIPE 

THREAD 

TO HOSE 



List 
Price 

$25.00-C 

25.00-C 
34.00-C 
30.00-C 
50.00-C 
50.00-C 
50.00-C 
80.00-C 
105.00-C 




Cat. 
No. 

F-413 

F-414 
F-415 
F-416 
F-418 



O.D. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

%e" 13-FT $28.50-C 

% " 13-FT 32.00-C 

% 6 " 14-FT 36.25-C 

% " 15-FT 55.00-C 

Vo " 16-FT 85.00-C 




Cat. 
No. 

F-613 

F-614 
F-615 
F-616 
F-618 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

3 /i 6 " 13-FT S30.00-C 

% " 13-FT 30.00-C 

5 /ie" 14-FT 35.00-C 

% " 15-FT 52.50-C 

y 2 " 16-FT 85.00-C 




Cat. 
No. 

F-813 

F-814 

F-815 

F-816 

F-818 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 



3 /l6" 

5 Ae" 
% " 

y 2 - 



13-FT 

13-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 



$30.00-C 
30.00-C 
35.00-C 
55.00-C 
85.00-C 



S.A.E. CONNECTOR TO HOSE 




O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

S27.50-C 
29.00-C 
30.00-C 
50.00-C 
80.00-C 



COMPRESSION CONNECTOR 
TO HOSE 

ffljg 

Cat. O.B. Used with List 

No. Tube Hose No. Price 

F-683 3 /i 6 " 13-FT $27.50-C 

F-684 y 4 " 13-FT 28.50-C 

F-685 %g" 14-FT 30.00-C 

F-686 % " 15-FT 45.00-C 

F-688 V 2 " 16-FT 80.00-C 



HI-DUTY CONNECTOR 
TO HOSE 






Cat. 
No. 

F-883 
F-884 
F-885 
F-886 
F-888 % » 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 



3 /H 
% 

%6 



13-FT 
13-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 



$27.50-C 
28.50-C 

30.00-C 
47.50-C 
80.00-C 



Cat. 
No. 



F-493 


3 ,W 


F-494 


%' 


F-495 


5 /W 


F-496 


%> 


F-498 


Vz ' 



S.A.E. 
ELBOW 
TO HOSE 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

13-FT $30.00-C 

13-FT 32.50-C 

14-FT 35.00-C 

15-FT 75.00-C 

16-FT 115.00-C 




Cat. 
No. 

F-693 

F-694 
F-695 
F-696 
F-698 



COM- 
PRESSION 
ELBOW 
TO HOSE 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

13-FT $32.50-C 

13-FT 32.50-C 

14-FT 35.00-C 

15-FT 75.00-C 

16-FT 115.00-C 



5 /l6" 
% » 

y 2 " 




HI-DUTY 
ELBOW 
TO HOSE 



F-893 
F-894 
F-895 
F-896 
F-898 



O.B. Used with List 
Tube Hose No. Price 

$30.00-C 
30.00-C 
32.50-C 
75.00-C 

115.00-C 




MALE 

IRON PIPE 

THREAD 

ELBOW 

TO HOSE 

Used with List 
. Hose No. Price 

S27.50-C 
27.50-C 

30.00-C 
30.00-C 
75.00-C 
75.00-C 
75.00-C 
115.00-C 
135.00-C 




FEMALE 

IRON PIPE 

THREAD 

TO HOSE 



Used with List 
. Hose No. Price 

13-FT 



13-FT 
14-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
15-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 
16-FT 



$27.50-C 
27.50-C 
30.00-C 
30.00-C 
45.00-C 
45.00-C 
45.00-C 
80.00-C 

105.00-C 




FEMALE 
IRON PIPE 
THREAD 
ELBOW 
TO HOSE 

Pern. Used with List 
I.P.T. Hose No. Price 

$28.50-C 
28.50-C 
32.50-C 
32.50-C 
75.00-C 
75.00-C 
75.00-C 
115.00-C 
115.00-C 



111 


GROMMET 


Cat. 


Used with List 


No. 


Size Hose No. Price 


103-FT 


M " 13-FT $1.50-C 


106-FT 


5 /l6" 14-FT 2.00-C 


109-FT 


% " 15-FT 2.50-C 


112-FT 


!4 " 16-FT 4.00-C 



SLEEVE 



Cat. Used with List 

No. Size HoseNo. Price 

102-FT % " 13-FT $7.00-C 
105-FT -y 16 " 14-FT 8.00-C 
108-FT % " 15-FT 9.00-C 
111-FT y 2 " 16-FT 11.00-C 



NUT 



Cat. 
No. 

101-FT 

104-FT 
107-FT 
110-FT 



Used with List 
Size HoseNo. Price 



%6" 



13-FT 
14-FT 
15-FT 
16-FT 



$9.00-C 
10.00-C 
11.00-C 
1 4.00-C 



: 



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Imperial S. A. E. Standard Aluminum Alloy Flared Tube Couplings 

These Aluminum Alloy Flare Tube Couplings are for use with ammonia, gas or where a light weight coupling is reguired. 
These couplings are all treated with a special thread lubricant, are free from chips and of good appearance. 




51-AL TEE 



Outside Diameter 
of Tube 



3/16" 



39-AL 
40-AL 
41-AL 
42-AL 
44-AL 
55-AL 
641-AL 



$ 5.50 

4.00 

4.00 

9.00 

18.00 




42-AL UNION 




50-AL ELBOW 




41-AL NUT 



1/4" 



$ 6.00 
4.50 
6.00 
9.00 
21.00 
15.00 
13.00 




39-AL PLUG 




40-AL PLUG 





48-AL HALF UNION 



46-AL 
FEMALE COUPLING 




641-AL NUT 

LIST PRICES PER 100 FITTINGS 
5/16" 3/8" 7/16" 



B 7.00 

5.50 

8.50 

12.00 

22.00 

16.50 



$10.00 
8.00 
14.00 
14.50 
26.00 
22.00 
20.00 



$12.00 
10.00 
18.00 
19.00 
36.00 
32.00 



45-AL TEE 



1/2" 



$14.00 
12.00 
22.00 
22.00 
40.00 
34.00 
25.00 




49-AL ELBOW 




44-AL TEE 



5/8" 



3/4" 



$24.00 
18.00 
40.00 
38.00 
73.00 
50.00 
34.00 



$ 42.00 
30.00 
45.00 
68.00 
140.00 
100.00 
50.00 



Outside 
of™*" 3/16" 1/4" 1/4" 1/4" 5/16" 5/16" 3 /8" 3/S" 3/8" 7/16" 1/2" 1/2" 



Th?eaa Pe i/8" 1/8" 1/4" 3/8" 1/8" 1/4" 1/8" 1/4" 



3/8" 



1/4" 1/4" 3/8" 



1/2" 



5/8" 5/8" 3/4" 3/4" 



1/2" 3/8" 1/2" 



1/2" 



3/4" 



45-AL $17 00 $20.00 $31.00 $ $22.00 $.... $37.00 $25.00 $ $34.00 

9.50 ■ . 12.00 15.00 20.00 



$37.00 $.. 
25.00 



$69.00 $135.00 $135.00 
45.00 



4hal Too 7'so iToo 20'oc loo ilbo 16.00 £00 is'.oo liso 22.00 17.00 25.00 36.00 28.00 eo.oc eo.oo 

48-AL /.uj AU __ ._.. !";L **>„* ,r^n on nn mnn oc en oo en rr nn wnn 4« nn 95.00 95 00 



49-AL 
50-AL 
nl-AL 



50 19 00 30 00 12.50 23.00 19.00 15.00 30.00 21.00 26.50 22.50 56.00 52.00 

1500 19.00 22.50 31.00 34.00 

20*00 31.00 22.00 37.00 25.00 34.00 37.00 



LOO 

69.00 135.00 





Imperial Priming Cups 




Nos. 5-E and 6-E 



Nos. 7-E and 8-E 



Nos. 11-Eand 12-E 



Catalog No 5-E 

I. P. Thread Vs 

Diam. of Bowl 5 /s 

Price Each 60 



6-E 


7-E 


8-E 


11-E 


12E 


ft 


Vs 


Vi 


Vs 


1/4 


% 


Vb 


% 


5 /8 


5/8 


.70 


.65 


.70 


.85 


.90 




Drain Cocks 



LONG SHANK 
Nos. 20-E 
and 21-E 




TEE HANDLE 
Nos. 37-E 
and 3 8-E 



LEVER HANDLE NEEDLE SEAT 
Nos. 41-E Nos. 200-E 

to 44-E to 203-E 



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Catalog No 


20-E 


21-E 


37-E 


38-E 


41-E 


42-E 


I. P. Thread 


...... Vs 


1/4 


1/8 


1/4 


1/8 


1/4 


Opening 


%2 


%2 


%2 


%2 


%2 


5 /l6 


Price Each 


....... .90 


1.00 


.45 


.65 


.48 


.65 


Catalog No 


43-E 


44-E 


200-E 


201-E 


202-E 


203-E 


I. P. Thread 


...... 3/8 


1/2 


1/8 


1/4 


3 /8 


1/2 


Opening 


X %2 


1/2 


%2 


• v .<; 


%6 


*%2 




1.00 


1.20 


.35 


.50 


1.35 


1.45 









SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



95 




Nos. 27-SAE to 57-SAE 

"Prices do not include S. 



A. E 



Cat. 
No. 

27-EF 
227-EF 
29-EF 
229-EF 
57-EF 
28-EF 
30-EF 
58-EF 
76-EF 
75-EF 
89-EF 
79-EF 



Cat. 
No. 

27-SAE 

227-SAE 

29-SAE 

229-SAE 

57-SAE 

28-SAE 

30-SAE 

58-SAE 

Nuts. If nut 



Shut-off Cocks 

COMPRESSION TYPE 



Outside 
Diam of Tu Ding" 

M" 



Iron 
Pipe Thread 



%6" 




% " 




'. " 


W 


%r 


w 


34 " 


w 


*e" 


%r 


FLARED TYPE- 


-S. A. E. 


Outside 


Iron 


iam of Tubing 1 


Pipe Thread 


Vi " 


%" 


%" 


%" 


%6" 


w 


%f 


Mr 


:,/ s " 


%" 


K " 




%6" 




% " 





s are desired, be sure to specify "with nuts.' 



ListPrice 

Each 

$1.30 
1.40 
1.30 
1.40 
1.45 
1.30 
1.40 
1.70 
1.05 
1.10 
1.45 
1.55 



ListPrice 
Each 

$1.20* 

1.30* 

1.20* 

1.40* 

1.50* 

1.25* 

1.30* 

1.50* 




Nos. 79-EF and 89-EF 




Nos. 28-SAE to 58-SAE 




Cat. No. 

76-E 
77-E 
31-E 
32-E 
48-E 
49-E 



IRON PIPE THREAD TYPE 
I. P. Thread 



List Price Ea. 

.98 
1.25 
1.05 
1.20 

.98 
1.20 





Catalogue 


O. D. 


I. P. 


List Price 




No. 


Tube 


Thread 


Each 


/''*~~~lZk0 ai 


103-EF 


% - 


W 


.90 


(O nn^ 


203-EF 


• v i«;" 


W 


1.05 


CfrjH 


204-EF 


%6" 


'." 


1.40 


1 pLtf 


303-EF 




Vi" 


1.55 




168-EF 


■''„;" 




1.05 S 
1.20 




169-EF 


168-EF 


369-EF 


■■>•" 


\\" 


1.60 


to 


170-EF 


% " 


J4" 


1.65 


170-EF 




103 



303 











No. 48-E 


Needle Valves 










Catalogue 


O. D. 


I. P. 


List Price 




No. 


Tube 


Thread 


Each 




103-S.A.E. 


U " 


K" 


1.05* 


fcfc^ 


203-S.A.E. 


%6" 


w 


1.20* 


204-S.A.E. 


^6" 


%" 


1.30* 




303-S.A.E. 


% " 


Vi" 


1.45* 




168-S.A.E. 


% " 


w 


1.00* 


-S.A.E. 


169-S.A.E. 


7 "u" 


W 


1.05* 


to 


369-S.A.E. 


WV 


Vi" 


1.30* 


-S.A.E. 


170-S.A.E. 


% " 


Vi" 


1.35* 


* Prices of above Valves 


do not incl 


ude Nuts. 



No. 49-E 




Imperial Three Way Cocks 



Cat, 
No. 

60-EF 

61-EF 

61-EF 
112-EF 



A 

] /s"I.P.T. 
W'l.P.T. 
^"I.P.T. 



B 

!4 "O.D. 

r /io"O.D. 
r /i6"O.D. 



c 

Vi "O.D. 

%e"o.D. 

%e"O.D. 



'I.P.T. i/ 4 "O.D. V 4 



[.P.T. 



Price 
Each 

$1.85 

2.07 
2.07 
2.95 



Gasoline Valves 

Have bronze body and fluted metal 
hand wheels. 



Flow is from "A" to "B" or from "A" to "C 



Cat. 
No. 

98-E 

99-E 



Nos. 98-E and 99-E 

Iron 
Fipe Thread 




•jr.' 1 



Price 
Each 

$1.40 
1.55 



98-E and 99-E 



Cat. 
No. 



111-EF 
111-EF 
116-EF 
117-EF 
120-EF 
121-EF 



A 

[ 6 "OD. 
ie"O.D. 

[«"O.D. 

t "O.D. 



B 
fj"O.D. 



"O.D. 



C 

Vh "I.P.T. 
% "I.P.T. 
%e"O.D. 

% "I.P.T. 



% "O.D % "O.D. % "O.D. 



Price 
Each 

$2.55 
2.55 
2.75 
2.35 
2.45 
3.10 



No. 95-E 

Va " — Female Iron Pipe Thread. 
Price, each $2.60. 



To shut off place handle in a vertical position 




96-E 



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96 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 




Cat. No, 

76-Y 
76-Y 
76-Y 



Outside 
Diam. of Tube 

,V O.D. x tV O.D. 
O.D. xfk" O.D. 



Iron Pipe Body Only 
Thread Price Per 100 





Ve 



Vs" 

w 

Vb" 



$43.50 
44.50 
44.00 



i 3 ff "O.D.xfV O.D. 
The 76-Y Fitting is threaded to take No. 181-D Nut. 



No. 76-Y 



No. 87-F 

FORD 

CARBURETOR 

NUT 

V 4 O.D $12.50-C 



Compression Couplings 

For Air Brakes on Trucks and Motor Coaches 



No. 


181-D 


O.D. 


Price 


of Tube 


Per 100 


% 


$ 7.00 


%« 


7.50 


% 


8.00 


5 Ae 


10.50 


% 


13.50 


%6 


24.05 


% 


31.50 



™ 





No. 168-F CONNECTOR 



No. 


60-F SLEEVE 


No. 


161-F NUT 


No. 


162-F UNION 


O. B. of 

Tube 


Pipe 

Thread 


List Price 
Per 100 


O. D. Of 


List Price 


O. D. Of 


List Price 


O. D. Of 


List Price 


y 4 » 


ve 


$ 25.00 


Tube 


Per 100 


Tube 


Per 100 


Tube 


Per 100 


Ve 


Ve 


30.00 


ve 


$ 2.00 


%" 


$14.00 


%" 


$41.00 


%" 


w 


48.50 


w 


3.50 


%" 


27.50 


ve 


74 00 


%" 


%" 


52.00 


ve 


10.50 


w 


50.00 




ve 


w 


102.00 


%" 


21.00 


%" 


105.00 


155,00 


w 


we 


201.50 


i * 


46.00 


1 " 


150.00 


%" 


340.00 


1 " 


1 " 


475.00 



O. D. of Pipe 





No. 170-F ELBOW 



=3^= 



No. 172-F TEE 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 34.00 

39.00 

63.00 

66.00 

102.00 



O. D. Of 

Tube 






Pipe 
Thread 



ve 
y 4 - 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 36.00 

51.50 

57.50 

130.00 



O. D. of 

Tube 

%" 

w 



Pipe 
Thread 



List Price 
Per lOO 

$ 56.00 
92.00 

247.50 







No. 


171-F TEE 




No. 


165-F ELL 






No. 164-F TEE 


O. X>. of 

Tube 




Pipe List Price 
Thread Per 100 


O. B. of 

Tube 




Pipe 
Thread 


List Price 
Per 100 


O. B. of 

Tube 

ve 
%" 
w 


List Price 
Per 100 

$ 68.00 
118.50 
267.00 


ve 




y 8 " $ 56.00 
%" 92.00 


ve 






$ 52.00 
83 M 


ve. 




%" 247.50 


ve 




w 


164.00 


ye 


550.50 



Inverted Flare Couplings 




uL 1 






No. 


41-W NUT 




O. B. of 






List Price 


Tube 






Per 100.. 


%e 






$ 8.25 


% - 






10.30 


sw 






12.38 


%" 






18.70 



No. 


48-W CONNECTOR 


. B. of 


List Price 


Tube 


Per 100 . 


%e 


$ 9.68 


y 4 " 


11.50 


5 /i*" 


12.92 


% " 


20.24 



No. 49- W ELBOW 



O. B. of 

Tube 

% n 

% " 



List Price 
Per 100 

$17.60 
18.02 
21.17 
34.25 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



97 



Imperial Refrigeration Fittings 

Made iiom Forged Brass or Extruded Rod 











O.D.oi 


List Price Per 100 


Type and No. Tube 


641-P 


641-PS 


641 -PP 


^j— ** 


%« 


$ 9.50 


$ 9.00 


$18.00 


m 


% 


9.50 


9.00 


19.00 


M* o 


5 /l6 


11.00 


10.50 


22.00 


m " l ^J 


% 


12.00 


11.50 


24.00 




%6 


14.00 


13.00 


32.00 


641-F NUT 


1/, 


15.00 


14.00 


35.00 


641-FS SHORT 


23.00 


22.00 


45.00 


641-FP FROST PROOF 94 


40.00 


38.00 


85.00 


^~ZV_. 


%«r!4 






16.00 


1 *£) 


%x% 






16.00 


V>:"|,; 






16.00 


m >—i 


&c% 






19.00 


^— 7 


%x'/ 2 






27.00 


662-F 


%x% 






31.00 


REDUCING NUT 










O.D.of Iron Pipe 


S.A.E. 


List Price 




Tube 


Thread 


Thread 


Per 100 




%6 




% -24 


9.00 




a, & 




7 /ie-20 


9.00 


Ww 


| %6 




y 2 -20 


12.00 


F % 


.... 


% -18 


14.50 




7 /l6 




"Ae-ie 


19.00 


642-F 


% 




94 -16 


22.00 


UNION 


% 


.... 


7 /8 -14 


38.00 




3 4 




1 Mfi-14 


68.00 




O.D.of 


S.A.E. 


S.A.E. 


List Price 




Tube 


Thread 


Thread 


Per 100 




%6 to % 


y 2 -2o 


7 /l6-20 


20.00 




% to % 


%-18 


7 /ie-20 


22.50 


i V^lU'iiV i 


%to%e 

7 /l6to% 


%-18 
94-16 


y 2 -2o 

%-18 
7 /i6-20 


22 50 




£«pii 


27.00 




W~^ 


30.00 




%to% 


3 /i-16 


%-18 


30.00 


656-F 


% to y 2 


7 /s-14 


%-16 


46.00 


REDUCING UNI 


ON % to % 


lMe-14 


%-16 


76.00 




%to% 


IVir-14 


%-14 


76.00 




«MW 3<„ 




% -24 
%6-20 


18.00 
21.00 


PlIltaMil 


ID % 






■* %6 




y 2 -20 


22.00 




% 




% -18 


26.00 




7 /l6 




n /l6-16 


36.00 




l/ 2 




% -16 


40.00 


644-F 


% 




% -14 


73.00 


TEE 


% 


.... 


1 Me-14 


140.00 








Sb %6 tO % 


y 2 -2o 


7 /l6-20 






N«HM»^flp»» 


i.m 


34.00 






% to % 


%-18 
94-16 


7 /i6-20 
7 /ie-20 


38 00 




%toM 


52.00 


fP 


y 2 to% 


94-16 


%-18 


52.00 


IP 


% to y 2 


7 /s-14 


94-16 


85.00 


658-F— REDUCING 


__ % to % 
TEE 


lVie-14 


%-16 


152.00 




CT 5 /ie to y 4 


y 2 -2o 


%6-20 


34.00 


^^ - ■ 


If %to% 


%-18 


7 /i6-20 


38.00 




&toM 


94-16 


%6-20 


52.00 




y 2 to% 


94-16 


%-18 


52.00 




%to% 


7 /s-14 


94-16 


85.00 


659-F— REDUCING 


> TEE 










O.D.of Iron Pipe 


S.A.E. 


List Price 




Tube 


Thread 


Thread 


Per 100 




3 /lG 


% 


% -24 


17.00 




H % 


Vh 


%e-20 


20.00 


■WmHiW.*M*lll 


1 ^ 


% 


%6-20 


31.00 




P 5 /l6 


y 8 


y 2 -20 


22.00 


SBl*- .J* 


% 


% 


% -18 


37.00 




% 


% 


% -18 


25.00 




%6 


% 


1 %e-16 


34.00 


645-F 


y 2 


% 


% -16 


37.00 


TEE 


% 


y 2 


% -14 


69.00 


% 


y 2 


1 y 16 -i4 


135.00 




% 


% 


1 Me-14 


135.00 


For Refrigeral 


or Valves See Page No. 100. 





Type and No. 





646-F 
FEMALE 




648-F 

MALE 

CONNECTOR 




649-F 
MALE ELBOW 
CONNECTOR 



O.D.of 
Tube 



5 Ae 



% 
% 



Iron Pipe 
Thread 

% 

y 8 

Vi 
Vs 

% 

Vs 

M 

% 



% 



5 /l6 

% 



%6 

6 / 16 
5 /l6 



% 
% 
% 



6 /ie 

5 /l6 
% 
% 
% 

% 

% 
% 

% 






650-F 

FEM. 

ELBOW 

CONN. 



5 /l6 



y 2 




%6 



% 

y 2 

5/ C 



652-F— CROSS 



// / 



y 8 
y 8 

y 4 



y 8 
y 8 

% 
y 8 



%. 
% 

% 
% 

% 

% 
y 2 
% 
y 2 
y 2 

3/, 



y 4 
% 

y 8 



y 4 
m 
%' 

y 2 

y 2 
y 2 



y 8 
y 4 



S.A.E. 

Thread 

% -24 
7 /i6-20 

7 /ie-20 

y 2 -20 
y 2 -2o 

% -18 

% -18 

%-18 

Hie-ie 

94-16 

7 /8-14 

7 /8 -14 

1 Me-14 

1 Me-14 



List Price 
Per 100 

$17.00 
20.00 
31.00 
22.00 
37.00 
37.00 
25.00 
49.00 
34.00 
37.00 
81.00 
69.00 
135.00 
135.00 



7 /i6-20 
%6-20 

y 2 -20 
% -20 

% -18 
"/le-ie 

% -16 
7 /s -14 



96 -24 
7 /i6-20 
7 /l6-20 
7 /l6-20 

y 2 -20 
y 2 -20 
y 2 -20 

% -18 

% -18 

% -18 

n Ae-16 

% -16 

% -16 

94 -16 

7 /8 -14 

7 /8 -14 

1 Me-14 

1 Me-14 



% -24 
7 /i6-20 
7 /i6-20 
%6-20 

y 2 -20 

% -20 

y 2 -20 

% -18 
% -18 
% -18 
^6-16 
% -16 
94 -16 

% -16 

% -14 

%-14 

1 Me-14 

1 Me-14 



7 /ie-20 

y 2 -20 

% -18 

"Ae-ie 

% -16 



3/ 8 -24 

7 /ie-20 

y 2 -20 

% -18 

"Ae-ie 

3/4 -16 
% -14 



9.50 
19.00 
12.00 
19.00 
15.00 
20.00 
25.00 
45.00 



7.00 
7.50 
12.00 
20.00 
9.00 
16.00 
20.00 
16.00 
12.00 
18.00 
14.50 
22.00 
17.00 
25.00 
36.00 
28.00 
60.00 
60.00 



10.00 
10.50 
19.00 
30.00 
12.50 
23.00 
30.00 
19.00 
15.00 
30.00 
21.00 
26.50 
22.50 
50.00 
52.00 
48.00 
95.00 
95.00 



15.00 
19.00 
22.50 
31.00 
34.00 



29.50 
31.00 
33.00 
53.00 
60.00 
64.00 
90.00 



(Continued on next page) 



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98 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Imperial Refrigeration Fittings 

(Continued from preceding page) 




655-F 
UNION 
ELBOW 



O.D.of S.A.E. 


S.A.E. 


List Price 


Tube Thread 


Thread 


Per 100 


%6 


% -24 


$11.00 


y* 


7 /l6-20 


15.00 


5 Ae 


% -20 


16.50 


% 


% -18 


22.00 


%0 


n/ie-ie 


32.00 


% 


% -16 


34.00 


% 


% -14 


50.00 


% 


1 %6-H 


100.00 




660-F 

MULTIPLE VALVE 

CONNECTION 



O.D.of 

Tube 

y± 

5 /l6 

% 

y 2 



S.A.E. S. A. E. List Price 

Thread Thread PerlOO 

7 /!6-20 18.00 

y 2 -2o 21.00 

%-18 27.00 

H/ie-lB 34.00 

3 / 4 -16 36.00 

%-H 54.00 

lVin-14 100.00 




657-F— REDUCING 
ELBOW UNION 



%6 to y 4 


y^o 


7 /i6-20 


24.50 


%to% 


%-18 


7 /i6-20 


30.00 


%to% 


%-16 


7 /i6-20 


42.00 


%to% 


%-16 


%-18 


42.00 


%to% 


7 /8-14 


%-18 


58.00 


% to y 2 


7 /8-14 


3 /4-16 


58.00 


% to y 2 


1%6-14 


%-16 


108.00 


%to% 


iyir>-i4 


7 /8-H 


108.00 



O.D. of Tube 








Female Male 








ft 


Va 


^-20 


ft-20 


30.00 


Va 


Vs 


ft-20 


&-18 


26.00 




Vz 


ft-20 


34-16 


26.00 


HTijp u 


Va 


5^-18 


ft-20 


35.00 


ft 


&-18 


V2-20 


43.00 


WmjAT $A 


>/ 2 


^-18 


54-16 


35.00 


^™E* 14 


r 4 


3^-16 


ft-20 


44.00 


661-F— REDUCER ^ 


•H 


34-1 6 


Vs-IB 


44.00 


Vz 


H 


34-1 6 


H-U 


44.00 


H 


54 


^-14 


34-16 


62.00 


Vs 


tf 


^-14 


lft-14 


62.00 




639-F 

FLARED TUBE 

SEALING PLUGS 



ft 

I 
I 

Vz 

Vs 

Va 



3/6-24 
ft-20 
^4-20 
^-18 
tt-16 
34-1 6 
J/s-14 
lft-14 



5.50 
6.00 
7.00 
10.00 
12.00 
14.00 
24.00 
42.00 




List Price Per 100 

640-FB 



640-F and 640-FB 

FLARED FITTING 

CAP NUTS 



ft 

1 

H 

ft 

Vz 

n 



H-2A 
ft-20 

^-20 

•»-16 

34-I6 

7/ 8 -U 
lft-14 



640-P 

4.00 
4.50 

5.50 
8.00 
10.00 
12.00 
18.00 
30.00 



5.30 
6.00 
7.30 
10,65 
13.30 
16.00 
24.00 
40.00 



(No. 640-F is made from extruded Brass and No. 640-FB is made 
from extruded bronze.) 




Imperial Forged Brass Manifolds 



Manifolds can be furnished with or without valves. Prices of manifolds with valves are 
listed below. Plugs and caps are not included. They are listed with the manifold adapters. 
Manifolds are furnished in two sizes. One size has opening on the ends for 1 Vs inch O. D. 
tube and is drilled and tapped for Va inch or 3 /s inch female I. P. T. with 3 Va inch centers and is 
for angle valves having V4, 3 /s or Vz inch O. D. tubing at outlet of valve. The other manifold 
has opening for l 5 /s inch O. D. tubing and is drilled and tapped for V2 or Va inch female I. P. T. with 4 l A inch centers and is for angle valves 
having 5 /s or 3 A inch O. D. tubing connection at outlet of valve. The sylpak angle valve can be assembled in manifolds with outlet of valve 
either for flare connection or with solder joint. On the following page are the various manifold adapters which, when joined to the ends of the 
manifold, will enable you to have practically any size tubing connection desired. 



MANIFOLDS ASSEMBLED WITH NO. 192-C or 192-CS 
SYLPAK ANGLE VALVES 



MANIFOLDS ASSEMBLED WITH NO. 62-C VALVE WITH 
WRENCH WING SEAL CAPS 



Catalog- 
Outlet of 
Valve for 
S.A.E. 
Pitting- 


Nos. 

Outlet of 
Valve for 

Solder 
Joint 


Tube Size 

Outlet of 

Valve 


Number 

of 
Valves 


Catalog* No. 
Iiist Outlet of 
Price Valve for 
Each S.A.E. 
Pitting* 


Tube 
Size of 
Valves 


Number 

of 
Valves 


List 
Price 
Each 


24-MF 


24-MS 


Ya" 


2 


$ 6.85 24-MPF 


Va" 


2 


$ 5.60 


34-MF 


34-MS 


Va" 


3 


9.65 34-MPF 


Va" 


3 


7.80 


44-MF 


44-MS 


Va" 


4 


12.50 44-MPF 


Va" 


4 


10.00 


54-MF 


54-MS 


Va" 


5 


15.00 54-MPF 


Va" 


5 


12,20 


64-MF 


64-MS 


Va" 


6 


18.00 64-MPF 


Va" 


6 


14.40 


74-MF 


74-MS 


Va" 


7 


20.50 74-MPF 


Va" 


7 


16.00 


84-MF 


84-MS 


Va" 


8 


23.00 84-MPF 


Va" 


8 


17.50 


94-MF 


94-MS 


Va" 


9 


25.50 94-MPF 


Va" 


9 


20.50 


104-MF 


104 -MS 


Va" 


10 


28.00 104-MPF 


Va" 


10 


23.25 


26-MF 


26-MS 


Vs" 


2 


6.85 26-MPF 


W 


2 


5.60 


36-MF 


36-MS 


Vs" 


3 


9.65 36-MPF 


Vs" 


3 


7.80 


46-MF 


46-MS 


Vs" 


4 


12.50 46-MPF 


Vs" 


4 


10.00 


56-MF 


56-MS 


Vs" 


5 


15.00 56-MPF 


H" 


5 


12.20 


66-MF 


66-MS 


Vs" 


6 


18.00 66-MPF 


Vs" 


6 


14.40 


76-MF 


76-MS 


Vs" 


7 


20.50 76-MPF 


H" 


7 


16.00 


86-MF 


86-MS 


H" 


8 


23.00 86-MPF 


H" 


8 


17.50 


96-MF 


96-MS 


W 


9 


25.50 96-MPF 


H" 


9 


20.50 


106-MF 


106-MS 


Vs" 


10 


28.00 106-MPF 


H" 


10 


23.25 


28-MF 


28-MB 


Vz" 


2 


6.85 28-MPF 


V" 


2 


6.00 


38-MF 


38-MS 


Vz" 


3 


9.65 38-MPF 


V" 


3 


8.40 


48-MF 


48-MS 


Vz" 


4 


12.50 48-MPF 


V2" 


4 


10.80 


58-MF 


58-MS 


Vz" 


5 


15.00 58-MPF 


V2" 


5 


13.20 


68-MF 


68-MS 


Vz" 


6 


18.00 68-MPF 


V2" 


6 


15.60 


78-MF 


78-MS 


Vz" 


7 


20.50 78-MPF 


V2" 


7 


17.40 


88-MF 


88-MS 


Vz" 


8 


23.00 88-MPF 


V2" 


8 


19.10 


98-MF 


98-MS 


Vz" 


9 


25.50 98-MPF 


V2" 


9 


22.30 


108-MF 


108-MS 


Vz" 


10 


28.00 108-MPF 


V2" 


10 


25.25 


For l%* O 


D. Tubing Manifolds, Manifold Bars Only, and Mani fold Adapters, see 


following page. 























EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



99 



MANIFOLDS ASSEMBLED WITH NO. 192-C OR 192-CS SYLPAK 
ANGLE VALVES 
CatalogrJNTos. 

Tube Size 
Outlet of 



Outlet of 

Valve for 

S.A.E. 

Pitting 

210-MF 
310-MF 
410-MF 
510-MF 
610-MF 

212-MF 
312-MF 
412-MF 
512-MF 
6I2-MF 



Catalog* No. 



Outlet of 

Valve for 

Solder 

Joint 

2 10 -MS 
310-MS 
410-MS 

5 10- MS 
610-MS 

212-MS 

312-MS 
412-MS 
512-MS 
612-MS 



ENDS FOR 1V 8 ' 



MANIFOLDS ASSEMBLED WITH NO. 62-C VALVE WITH WRENCH 
WING SEAL CAPS 



Valve 



Number 

of 
Valves 



List 
Price 
Each 



H" 
W* 

H" 
H" 

H" 

Va" 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 



$11.50 
16.00 
20.50 
26.00 

30.00 

12.25 
17.75 
22.25 
29.00 
33.60 



Catalog- No. 

Outlet of 

Valve for 

S.A.E. 

Pitting- 

210-MPF 
310-MPF 
410-MPF 
510-MPF 
610-MPF 

212-MPF 
312-MPF 
412-MPF 
5I2-MPF 
612-MPF 



Tube 
Size of 
Valve 

Vs" 






Number 

of 
Valves 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 



72-CS 
72-CS 

73-CS 
73-CS 



Va" 



No. Valve 

Openings 

2 
2 
3 
3 



O.D. TUBING 

Tapped for Peniale 



Manifold Bar Only 



List 
Price 
Each 

$ 8.00 
11.50 
14.80 
18.20 
21.65 

8.60 

12.40 
16.00 
19.70 
23.45 



Iron Pipe 
Thread 

Va" 



List 
Price 
Each 

$2.60 
2.60 
3.30 
3.30 



Manifold Adapters 



Catalog- No. 




No. Valve 


74-CS 


w 


Openings 

2 


74-CS 


y 4 " 


2 


75-CS 


W 


3 


75-CS 


H" 


3 



END FOR If£" TUBING 

Tapped for Female 1,1st 

Iron Pipe Price 

Thread Each 

V2" $3.30 

Va" 3.30 

Y?" 4.20 

Va" 4.20 



Manifold Adapters are made on one end to fit either the male or female end of the manifold Tho otW ^A i« W 
or solder joints in straight or elbow types mannoia. me other end is for various sizes of flare 

ro m TSffi&BSSKSK? — ro - -&- SSSSWSffS ™ - 




38-SF FLARE 

For Manifolds with Valves for 
List 
Each 

Va" S.A.E. Flare $0.30 

V S.A.E. Flare 30 

V2" S.A.E. Flare .30 

Vs" S.A.E. Flare 30 

For Manifolds with Valves for 5 . 
List 
Each 

5 /s" S.A.E. Flare $0.50 

%" S.A.E. Flare.. 50 





I^JL^far* 


||fc 










22-S SOLDER 




3 /e" 


or Vi" Tubing. 


List 
Each 


y 4 " 


O.D. Solder 


...$0.30 


H" 


O.D. Solder 


... .30 


V2" 


O.D. Solder.. .... 


... .30 


w 


O.D. Solder 


... .30 


>r % 


Tubing. 


List 
Each 


w 


O.D. Solder 


...$0.50 


%" 


O.D. Solder 


... .50 


%" 


O.D. Solder 


... .50 


1/8 " 


O.D. Solder 


... .50 





1 38-SF FLARE 

For Manifolds with Valves for Va 
List 
Each 

l A S.A.E. Flare $0.30 

3 /s" S.A.E. Flare 30 

Vi" S.A.E. Flare 30 

5 /s" S.A.E. Flare .30 

For Manifolds with Valves for 5 /s" 
List 
Each 

5 /& S.A.E. Flare $0.50 

%" S.A.E. Flare 50 






122-S SOLDER 

or V2" Tubing. 

List 
Each 

O.D. Solder $0.30 

O.D. Solder 30 

O.D. Solder .30 

W O.D. Solder... 30 

or 3 /4" Tubing. 

List 
Each 

O.D. Solder $0.50 

O.D. Solder 50 

O.D. Solder 50 

O.D. Solder..... 50 



V4" 
3/ 8 " 

V2" 



3/4" 
Va" 



For 



Va" S. 

3/s" S. 

v 2 " s. 
%" s. 

For 



Va" S. 

3/4" S.. 



55-SF FLARE 

Manifolds with Valves for 
List 
Each 

A.E. Flare $0.90 

A.E. Flare 90 

A.E. Flare 90 

A.E. Flare_ 90 

Mcnifolds with Valves for 
List 
Each 

A.E. Flare $1.30 

A.E. Flare 1.30 



Va", 



Va' 



or 3 A 



3/4" 

w 

lVs" 



57-S SOLDER 

or V2" Tubing. 

List 
Each 

O.D. Solder $0.90 

O.D. Solder .90 

O.D. Solder 90 

O.D. Solder 90 

Tubing 

List 
Each 

O.D. Solder $1.30 

O.D. Solder 1.30 

O.D. Solder 1.30 

O.D. Solder 1.30 




Va " 



1 55-SF FLARE 

For Manifolds with Valves for 
List 
Each 

Va" S.A.E. Flare..... $0.90 

3/8 " S.A.E. Flare 90 

W S.A.E. Flare 90 

5 /s" S.A.E. Flare. 90 

For Manifolds with Valves for 5 /s 
List 
Each 

Vs" S.A.E. Flare.. ...$1.30 

3 /4" S.A.E. Flare 1.30 



PLUGS TO FIT FEMALE END OF MANIFOLD 
FOR 2 OR 3 HOLE MANIFOLD 





157-S SOLDER 




3/8 " 


or V2" Tubing. 


List 

Each 


"A" 


O.D. Solder 


...$0.90 


W 


O.D. Solder 


... .90 


w 


O.D. Solder 


... .90 


5 / 8 " 


O.D. Solder 


... .90 


Dr 3/ 


1 " Tubing 


List 
Each 


w 


O.D. Solder..... 


...$1.30 


3/4" 


O.D. Solder 


.. 1.30 


%" 


O.D. Solder 


.. 1.30 


Vs" 


O.D. Solder 


.. 1.30 



239-S SOLDER 



For IVs" O.D. Ends.. 
For iy 8 " O.D. Ends.. 



List 
Each 

..$0.30 
.. .90 



CAPS TO FIT MALE END OF MANIFOLD 
FOR 2 OR 3 HOLE MANIFOLD 

List 
Each 

For Wa" O.D. Ends $0.30 

W 146-S SOLDER For 1%" O.D. Ends 90 



100 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



MANIFOLD UNION COUPLING 

Imperial offers a specially designed No. 670-F Manifold Union This Coupling is furnished in the following sizes: 

Coupling which can be used to couple three-way line valves O.D. Iiist 

together and eliminate the use of manifold bars in many in- S.A.E. Each 

stances. A ^^—\ jt£~- \ t/» $0 35 

It is possible to couple any number of valves in a row, and [At 11! ^j ^ 4 ^ 

to shut off any one or more valves without interfering with lU L J l i J TS 

the remaining valves. ^1B1!5*oHB' '^" *^ 

This coupling may be used with the following three-way y » 79 

valves: No. 106-C, No. 107-C or No. 207-C. 



670-F 



K" 



75 



"SYLPAK" VALVES 
Listed as Standard by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. 

Imperial's "SYLPAK" Valves offer a line of valves that are 
positive and dependable. It is the type of valve that can be 
installed with the assurance that it will give uninterrupted 
service and which meets the exacting demands required in 
refrigeration work. 

The well known sylphon principle is used and while the 
valve is in operation, it is possible to change the sylphon in 
case of a rupture while the valve is under pressure, and with- 
out losing any of the refrigerant. The sylphon is also protected 
at all times while the valve is in operation — either open, or 
closed or any intermediate point. 

Dependability of the sylphons used in the valves— In actual 
official tests the sylphons were able to withstand more than 
100,000 cycles of oscillation without a rupture. This is many 
more cycles of oscillation than would be required of any valve 
in actual practice, and to our knowledge never equalled in the 
refrigeration field. The valve will also withstand pressures far 
in excess of any working pressures ever encountered in this 
field. 





192-C 192-CS 

(S.A.E.) (SOLDER) 

ANGLE SHUT-OFF VALVE 



Iron Pipe 

Thread 

Va" 
Va" 
Va" 
H" 



List Price 
Each 

$2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 

3.40 
4.00 
4.00 





192-C 192-CS 

(S.A.E.) (SOLDER) 

TWO-WAY LINE SHUT-OFF 

VALVE 



/4 

w 
w 



Female I.P.S. 



$2.65 
2.65 
2.65 
2.65 
3.55 
3.55 




207-C 207-CS 

(S.A.E.) (SOLDER) 

THREE-WAY LINE SHUT-OFF 

VALVE 



A" 

W 

Yz" 
W 

3/$" Female I.P.S. 



$2.87 
2.87 
2.87 
2.87 
3.80 
3.80 



O.D. of S.A.E. Iron Pipe List 
Tube Thread Thread Price Ea. 

A "-20 




62-C 
ANGLE SHUT-OFF VALVE 



V \ 

ra " 

H" 
V*" 
'A" 

y»" 

Va" 
Va" 



A "-20 
y 2 "-2D 
-18 
-18 
-16 
&"-i4 

HV-14 
ItV-14 



H" 
Va" 



YA 

H" 
14" 
Va" 
H" 
Vs" 

y>" 

Va" 



Jron Pipe Thread 
Female Male 



Va" 



Va" 
X" 




92-C BACK SEATING 
ANGLE SHUT-OFF VALVE 






% 



u 



«-20 

_«;-20 
] /-20 
%-18 
%-18 
%-16 



M> 




63-C— TWO-WAY LINE 
SHUT-OFF VALVE 



"us 
% 
% 

% 



%e-20 

V2-20 
%-18 
%-16 

%-14 
Female 



I. P. S. 




93-C BACK SEATING 
TWO-WAY LINE 
SHUT-OFF VALVE 



% 



%e-20 

y 2 -2o 

%-18 
%-16 

%-14 
Female 



I. P. S. 




S.A.E. 
O. B. of Tube Thread 

!i xV 4 x y 4 



106-C 

THREE-WAY 

SHUT-OFF VALVE 

We appreciate small orders and give prompt service. 



ft *% x% 

ft xi/ 2 x% 

% x% x% 
% Female 



7 /i6-20 
%-20 

% -18 

J % -16 1 

1 7 /lf>-20 S 
% -16 
% -14 

I. P. S. 



El. 32 

1.32 
1.32 
1.32 
1.32 
1.54 
2.52 
2.80 
2.80 



1.50 
1.50 



1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
2.05 
3.03 



1.80 

1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
2.68 
2.68 



2.40 

2.40 
2.40 
2.40 
3.18 
3.18 



List 
Price Ea. 

1.99 
1.99 
1.99 

1.99 

1.99 
2.94 
2.94 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



" 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



101 




Tuhe 
Size 

!4"x%"xy 4 » 



V2"X\ 






S. A. E. 

Thread 

A "-20 
^"-20 
5 /s"-18 
#"-16 

tV-20 
#"-16 



List Price 
Each 

$2.60 
2.60 
2.60 

2.60 

2.60 
3.45 



107 " C $i" Female Iron Pipe Thread 3.45 

THREE WAY BACK SEATING SHUT-OFF VALVE WITH INDICATOR 
WHEEL IN BRASS 

Packless Line Shut-off Valve 




T<ihe 
Size 

VsT 
%» 

1 " 

W 

vy 2 " 



List Price 
Each 

$ 6.90 

12.00 
12.00 
16.00 
35.00 
35.00 
37.00 
37.00 



193-CS TWO-WAY WITH SOLDER CONNECTION 



l • 
VA" 



$ 8.00 
14.90 
14.90 
17.25 
36.70 
36.70 
38.70 
38.70 



NO. 207-CS THREE-WAY WITH SOLDER CONNECTION 




No. 193-CTwo-Way 

Female I. P. T. 

No. 207-C Three-Way 

Female L P. T. 



Female 






Iron Pipe List Price 


Each 


Thread 


193-C 


207-C 


%" 


$ 5.34 


$ 5.75 


W 


12.00 


13.00 


1 " 


16.00 


17.25 


V/ 4 " 


35.00 


36.70 


VA" 


37.00 


38.70 


(Back Seating) 







Double Packed Line Shut-off Valve 




93-C Two-Way 
Female I. P. T. 
107-C Three-Way 
Female I. P. T. 



Female 

Iron Pipe 

Thread 


List Price 
93-C 


X" 


$ 4.00 


Mr 


5.75 


i " 


6.50 


VA" 


18.00 



Each 
107-C 

$4.20 
6.00 
6.50 





Made of 


heavy brass 


forgings to 


Jf ; } 


prevent cracking and seepage. In- 


A 1| 1 1 ! ^ "ut-^ 


side capacity is large, 


insuring a 


Q*PP 


^J depository 


for all tube 


scale, corn- 


W* pressor chips, or dirt in oil 




Hi J 


O.D. 


Overall 


List 




of Tuhe 


Length 


Price Ea. 


48-C 


% " 


22%2" 


$1.40 


FORGED BRASS 


%f 


22% 2 " 


1.40 


LINE STRAINER 


% " 


3 %2" 


1.40 




Vr " 


3 %•/' 


1.40 



Also supplied with male pipe thread one end. 

NO. 185-C STRAINER 

1C" Overall, Wt. 23/ 4 Lbs. V 4 " S. A. E. Connections. 
List Price, Each $4.50 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 




COMPRESSOR 

VALVES WITH 

BACK-SEATING 

NEEDLE 

SHUT-OFF 



Nos. 343-C, 344-( 
Exposed Stem. 



Catalog- 
No. 

43-C 
43-C 
43-C 
43-C 
44-C 
44-C 
44-C 
44-C 
45-C 
45-C 
45-C 
45-C 
46-C 
46-C 
46-C 
46-C 
345-C 



Tuhe 
Size 

\i" 

s/ie" 

%" 

XL " 



%6* 



y 2 



"id" 

%" 

1 2 " 
and 346-( 



Bolt Hole 

Center 
to Center 

1%" 

1%" 

IV 
iv 
IV 
iV 

mr 

i%" 

i%- 
\%" 

i%" 

IV 
iV 
IV 

IV 

same as 



Bolt 
Holes 

%2" 



%2" 
%2" 

>%z" 

W 
W 

'%2" 



MfaT 

w 

above, 



List 
Prices 
Each 

$2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.12 
2.12 
2.12 
2.12 
but with 



HEAVY DUTY TYPE FOR LARGE COMPRESSORS 



Tube 
Size 



716 



tt 



Bolt Hole 
Center to 
Center 

IV 

IV 

1%" 

IV 



Bolt 
Holes 



■fc 



257-C 

$2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.90 



List Price 

57-C 



$2.85 
2.85 
2.85 
2.85 
3.00 



5 <<" IV l %2" 

No. 57-C with raised base. No. 257-C with flat base. 

Unless otherwise specified No. 57-C will be supplied. 

Nos. 357-CF and 357-CR same as above, but with Exposed Stem. 




Tuhe 


Size 


Pipe 


List Price 


Inlet 


Outlet 


Size 


Each 


% 


Vi 


% 


$2.00 


% 


% 


% 


2.00 



47-C— COMBINATION LIQUID 
RECEIVER TANK VALVE WITH 
CONDENSER LINE CONNECTION 




91-C 



94-C 
Same as 91-C except 
that the flared and 
iron pipe thread con- 
nections are reversed 



Tube 


Pipe 


List Price 


Size 


Size 


Each 


% 


% 


$1.89 


%n 


% 


1.89 


% 


% 


1.89 


% 


M 


1.89 


%6 


V* 


1.89 


% 


V* 


1.89 


V2 


V* 


1.89 



BACK SEATING SHUT-OFF VALVE FOR LIQUID RECEIVERS 
AND COMPRESSORS 



No. 2 14-C— LIQUID LINE SCALE TRAP 



ysp 3 



This liguid line scale trap is to protect the operating valves on 
both commercial and multiple installations. The cylindrical 
shaped 120 mesh brass screen has an area of over ten sguare 
inches. There is ample space between the screen and the wall 
of the trap, to permit passage of the refrigerant and the trap- 
ping of any scale or foreign matter. 

There is a No. 64-C Copper Seal Cap and a No. 641-F Forged 
Nut on each end to keep out the moisture. The nuts can be used 
to connect the trap to the line. 
No. 214-C— y 4 " O.D. Tube Scale Trap. List Price $1.60 Each 

SAN FRANCISCO— GArfieid 2614 






102 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Evaporator Valve Strainers 



These strainers are good insurance against clogged evap- 
orators, They are all furnished with 120x108 mesh brass 
screen. 

No. 175-C 

Va" O.D. Tube x Va" Iron Pipe Thread 
List Price $0.39 Each 




No. 177-C— Va" O.D. x 5 /s"— 18 Thread. 
List Price $0.45 Each 



No. 178-C— Replaces Kelvinator No. 6133 

strainer used on float valve 

List Price $0.22 Each 




No. 176-C— Va" O.D. Tube x 5 /e " — 18 Thread. 
List Price $0.45 Each 



Dehydrator 




It is advisable to use a dehydrator in refrigeration installa- 
tions to remove any moisture which may be in the system. 
When using refrigerants, such as sulphur dioxide, methyl chlor- 
ide, ethyl chloride, and dichlorodifluoromethane (Kinetic No. 12), 
any moisture in the system may cause a great deal of trouble. 
The dehydrator when installed is good insurance against any 
moisture freezing in the system or any compressor trouble. 

The dehydrator is made of brass and is filled with Activated 
Alumina which has great absorptive power and does not dis- 
solve. It will not break up and circulate through the system 
and has no chemical reaction with metals, refrigerant or water. 





Outside Diam. 


Length 


Dehydrator 


List Price 


No. 


of Tube 


Overall 


Diameter 


Each 


55-C 


W 


7" 


I A* 


$2.50 




Large Dehydrators 






Shell 




Capacity 


List Price 


No. 


Length 




Cu. In. 


Bach 


304-C 


4" 




8.28 


$3.40 


306-C 


6" 




12.3 


4.50 


309-C 


9" 




18.3 


6.00 


3I2-C 


12" 




24.1 


7.50 


Each length for l A" , 3 /s" 


or W* O. D. Tubing. In ordering specif * 



Suction Line Check Valve 




jrr, , No. 179-C— Replaces Frigidaire No. 82332 

ff j|^,.7. v , Float Valve Strainer. 

List Price $0.20 Each 

WRENCH WING SEAL CAP MADE FROM BRASS FORGING 

For all Va" , 5 Ae" and W 
shut-off valves. Used as a 
combination seal cap and 
wrench for stem of valve. This 
cap is one of the types re- 
guired by Refrigeration Codes 
in many cities. 
No. 41-C — Wrench Wing Seal 

Cap. Each $0.48 

No. 105-C— Wrench Wing Seal 
Cap is for Vi" and 5 /s" valves. 
Each $0.90 



No. 625-F— COPPER FLARE GASKET 
List Price Per 100 

y 4 " 5 /i6" %" % 6 " y 2 " %" %" 

$2.00 $2.25 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.25 $6.00 



FLARED TUBE COPPER SEAL CAP 

Fits in regular flare nut and when attached to the tube end of 
flared fitting makes a positive seal. 

List Price Per 100 

%6" V4" 5 /l«" %" 

$1.50 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 

%e" W %" %" 

$2.70 $3.00 $3.75 $6.00 




No. 64-C 



No. 180 
No. 180 



■C— Suction Line Check Valve for V2" O.D. Tubing.. 
■C— Suction Line Check Valve for 5 /b " O.D. Tubing.. 



..$2.62 Each 
..$3.78 Each 




Imperial Bull's Eye or Liquid Indicator 

No. 183-C — Bull's Eye or Liguid Indicator... $1.15 Each 




Va" Female Iron Pipe Thread on both ends. 

Hi-Side Float 

Furnished in white nickel finish. 

Overall Height „6W 

Diameter of Flange 4" 

Weight.,... 6 lbs. 

No. 210-C — Imperial Hi-Side Float. 
List Price $12.00 Each 




Accumulator 



Two sizes: 
No. 216-C— 3V2" O.D. x 8" overall. 



List Price.. 



..$6.00 



No. 217-C— 3V2" O.D. x 14" overall. 
List Price - $6.75 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



NO. 212-C LOADED CHECK VALVE 

Use in conjunction with 210-C Hi-Side Float when it cannot be 
placed inside the cooling chamber. 

Loaded for different pressures for various gasses. 
No. 212-C Loaded Check Valve. List Price, each $2.85 

Specify type of refrigerant to be used. 

HI-SIDE FLOAT 

Furnished in White Nickel Finish. 

Overall Height 6V4" 

Diameter — Maximum 314" 

Weight 1 Vz Lbs. 

No. 211-C Imperial Hi-Side Float. 

List Price, Each $6.50 

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No. 213-C Imperial Low Side Float 
With Forged Brass Head and Shut-off Valves 



™ .i!!^^ ^ S F1 ° at £ ssel ? b u ly was designed to fit the Mullins Evaporators. This evaporator is one of the outstanding evap 
on the market, and the large number of this type in use means a large replacement demand for Low Side Floats. The needle valve alsembt il 
%TnX P fi7 IT vtfr- K UqUi f 1SV f Q u d Skimmer leVel ° re both S9t at factory - When used in th e proper evaporator wlh give aW a 
and gasket r z n eo e 2H" C I ^1^^%°^ eiii ^ ^.^^ ™° forged-bras, header has fou^bolt holes 2.859 tachToh oenSrs 

Header is equipped with capped shut-off valves at both inlet and outlet and screened inlet fitting— 



nlcLTfor Vrror^cro'D. flaTe SSSZ?* "** "~ — *" " * "*« ^ "»*> - ^ ^ ^^ con- 

Can be furnished for right or left hand assembly. 

Unless otherwise specified, Right Hand assembly with 14" inlet and %" outlet will be furnished 
assembles * ^ ^^ ** ^ ^ ^^ COnnections are on ihe ri <^ hand side, on right hand assemblies; on left hand, on left hand 
No. 213-C— Imperial Low Side Float 

Specify size of inlet and outlet connections and' whetheV right" "or" left hand assemb^ ' $ 



&- 41964- 2 

5/i8-42lt9-2 
^9-41774-17 




41774-33 



- O^?©o©O0 

*M iWBi 41774-26 4I774 " 16 29237 4J774-15 2ff„ ^ 



3 4! 7 74 -26 



41774-13 



41774-20 





Replacement Parts for No. 213-C Low Side Float 



Part No. 

29237 

41774-5 

41774-6 

41774-7 

41774-8 

41774-13 

41774-15 

41774-16 

41774-17 

41774-20 



List Frice 
Description Each 

Packing...... $(UQ 

Pivot Pin for Guide 05 

Pin for Needle... 05 

Float.. 



Part No, Description 

41774-25 Needle Guide Assembly. 



List Price 
Each 



- 1.50 

Needle gg 

Ca P -■ - IZIZZZ *13 

Headless Screw Plug .07 

Washer 

W O. D. Flare Outlet (Suction Line) ConnocUonZZ 
W O. D. Flare Inlet (Liquid Line) Connection with 

screen 45 



.05 
.35 



Imperial Compound and Pressure Gauges 



$0.80 

41774-26 Gasket Q5 

41774-28 Valve Stems 20 

41774-30 Lock Washers 03 

41774-31 Float Arm... 1.Q0 

41774-33 Skimmer Tube Assembly _ 45 

41774-34 Needle and Arm Assembly 2.50 

41964-2 1/4" O. D. Hare Outlet (Suction Line) Connection 35 

42119-2 iV O. D. Flare Outlet (Suction Line) Connection 35 




This compound gauge with drawn steel 
case registers 30 inches vacuum on one 
side and 60 pounds pressure on the other. 
Has square shank for wrench. 

Can also be supplied 30 lbs. to 150 lbs. 

No. 122-C — Compound Gauge with 2" dial 
and with either Vs" or Va" male iron pipe 
thread. Each $1.20 

No. 122-C— with 2V2" dial and with V%" or 
l A" male iron pipe thread. Each $1.40 



This pressure gauge has a drawn steel 
case and is calibrated as follows: 0-30, 0-50, 
0-100 , 0-150, 0-300 or 0-500. The 300 pound 
gauge is furnished unless otherwise speci- 
fied. Has square shank for wrench. 

No. 121-C— With 2" dial and with either Vs" 
or V4" male iron pipe thread. Each. $0.90 

No. 121-C— With 21/2" dial and with either 
Vs" or V4" male iron pipe thread. 
Each....... $1.10 





Imperial Charging and Testing Unit 

This Charging and Testing Unit can be used for a variety of purposes and should 

man's kit. It is for use for: 



be 



in every service 



Charging liquid gas in high side. 
Charging gas into low side. 
Purging gas from gauge lines. 
Purging air or gas from high side. 



Charging oil in low side. 
Testing low side for leaks. 
Setting low side controls. 
Setting expansion valves. 



No. 200-C— Imperial Charging and Testing Unit, each $6.75 

Less Gauges 4 gg 

No. 200-C No. 300-C -Imperial Charging and Testing Unit 5.15 

Less Gauges 3 qc 

Do you know that we carry Brass, Copper, Monel and Stainless Steel Wire Cloth? 




No. 300-C 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlqate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



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Felts — Screens — Lead Washers 

M 

These screens, felts and washers are the same as those used in 
Imperial No. 304-C to 312-C and No. 55 Dehydrators illustrated on 
page 29 and No. 48-C strainer on page 30, also for our former No. 
113-CDehydrator. 

FOR NO. 55-C DEHYDRATOR 

No. 26904— Felt it"xiV\ List Price, per 100_ $2.30 

No. 26905 — Screen 1§". List Price, per 100 4.60 

No. 26903 - Lead Gasket lA"x%". List Price, per 100 5.60 

FOR NO. 48-C STRAINER AND 113-C, 304-C. 306. 309-C AND 312-C 
DEHYDRATORS 

No. 29930- Felt lW'xVi". List Price, per 100 $4.60 

No. 29979— Screen l 3 / 4 ". List Price, per 100 9.20 

No. 32072— Lead Gasket 2"xtV. List Price, per 100 12.40 



Imperial 
Pinch-off Tool 



The Imperial Pinch-Off Tool will enable you to guickly pinch cop- 
per, brass and aluminum tubing so that no gas or liquid will pass 
this sealed part of the tubing. 

This makes it possible to disconnect the liquid or gas line while 
making repairs or installation without losing any of the refrigerant. 

The tool will also open up the tubing when the unit is ready to 
operate. Takes VV, Va n and Vz" outside diameter copper tubing. 

No. 106-F— Pinch-Off Tool, each ..$1.85 

No. 105-F— Pinch-Off Tool is similar to No. 106-F, but has hex head 
bolts instead of bolts with wing nuts. It does not have the extra 
extension of the bar. For VV, lV and 3 /s". Each $1.25 



Activated Alumina 

This is a very efficient dehydrating agent. Will not 
react with refrigerants or decompose. Can be reactiv- 
ated without losing its high efficiency. 4 to 8 mesh. 

Furnished in sealed cans. 

No. 236-C— 1 lb. can $0.59 

No. 237-C— 5 lb. can 2.80 

No.238-C--25 lb. can 12.50 

Reamer ■=--! ^ 

No. 207-F Reamer, each $0.90 

Imperial Beaver 
Square-End Sawing Vises 

A Perfect Right Angle Cut 








184-F 185-F 

Both types shown are very serviceable tools for cutting the 
larger sizes of pipe and tubing; the smaller one (No. 184-F, at 
left) also takes tubing as small as Vs" . The cut is made at a per- 
fect right angle, and the holding pressure is so applied that the 
tubing cannot be crushed, marred or flattened at any point. 
Made with renewable steel inserts. 

No. 184-F Sawing Vise, V6" to 2" $5.00 

No. 185-F Sawing Vise, IV2" to 4" 15.00 

Wells Tube Cutters 

Hi tO V 8 

For Cutting Copper or Brass Tubing 
PRICES 

No. 5- -Tube Cutters for cutting :i \ V) to Vs" tubing, net wt. V2 lb $1.75 

No. 115 — Display Carton with 4 Tube Cutters, shipping wt. 2V2 lbs... 7.00 
Extra Cutter Wheels „ eacn .35 

Wells Flaring Tool for Copper Tubing 

Garage Size— For Flaring the end of :i i<; to % Copper Tubing 

All parts are always 
together. 

No loose parts to be 
lost or mislaid. 

PRICES 

No. 105— For %e* Va, "'io, 3 /b Copper Tubing, net wt. 13 oz $1.75 

No. 123 Display Carton with 4 Flaring Tools, net wt. 314 lbs..... 7.00 



Wells Hand Countersink 

PRICES 

No. 107 — 5 /e" diameter Countersink, shipping wt. 3 oz each $.50 

No. 137 — Display Carton with 4 Countersinks, shipping wt. 12 oz $2.00 



Our fitting department can supply all your wants in Pipe, Compression, S. A. E., Parker, 
High Duty, Arco, and other fittings. 



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Imperial Charging Line 




No. 268-FT 
No. 269-FT 
No. 27Q-FT 



1— Interlocking Brass core. 3— Braided Fabric outer covering. 

2-Durable Compound Covering. 4 -V 4 " SAE Brass connection compressed on to 

the tube. 

-12" Overall Length list Each 

•18" Overall Length "* " $L50 

-24" Overall Length . " ■ - L90 

- - 2.30 

*%^v Imperial Charging Line With Copper Tubing Extensions 

No. 271-FT-24" Overall Length... *** JjJJ 

No. 272-FT— 30" Overall Length ZZII 2 50 

No. 273-FT— 36" Overall Length Z1TZZ 300 




Imperial Tube Bender 




Nos. 101-F. 102-F 

A much needed tool is the new Imperial Tube Bender which 
makes it a simple matter to bend tubing by hand to any de- 
sired shape without collapsing the tube. 

The Tube Bender is an especially prepared spring wire coil 
furnished in six sizes to take \4, Wvs, 3 /s, %e, Vi and 5 /e inch 
outside diameter copper or brass tubing. The springs are Cad- 
mium plated to prevent rusting and the belled end assures ease 
in removing from tubing after bend has been made. 

No. 101-F— Tube Bender (Set of six) $2.10 per set 

No. 102-F— W Bender 0.25 each 

No. 102-F - iV Bender 30 each 

No. 102-F - 3/ 8 " Bender 35 each 

No. 102-F— A" Bender 40 each 

No. 102-F - -1/2" Bender 45 each 

No. 102-F— W Bender 50 each 




Imperial Inside Bending Spring 

A method of tube bending that is used 
as an alternative to the one shown above 
is applied by inserting the prepared 
spring wire coil into the tube. It is thor- 
oughly effective in preventing any col- 
lapse or crimping of the tube. 
No. 302-F — Inside This type is furnished in 3 sizes, to take 

Bending Spring 3 /s", W* and' 5 /s" outside diameter copper 

or brass tubing. Overall length of bender 
is 6 feet. 

For 3/s" O.D. Tubing $0.55 Each For each additional foot be- 

W* O.D. Tubing .60 Each Y° n d the standard 6 foot 

5 /e" O.D. Tubing 1.20 Each _ le ??* add: 

Longer length bending springs F ° r g-" $0 '™ ^ %£ 

can be furnished. H»ZHZZ .25 per foot 

No. 98-C— RATCHET WRENCH 



This ratchet wrench has been especially designed for refrig- 
eration work. Has hardened steel ratchet and handle, and fits 
l A valve stems. It is a tool every installation and service man 
should have. 



No. 98-C— Ratchet Wrench. Each.... 
No. 123-C— Ratchet Wrench. Each.. 



$0.50 
.. 0.90 



Tube Bender 





160-F 



Cat.No. 

160-F 
160-F 
160-F 
160-F 



O.D. 

Tube 

3/8 " 
V2 



Radius 
1VV 

21/4 
23/ 4 



Weig-ht 

2 3 /4 lbs. 

3V4 
8 
10 



Price 

$ 4.50 

5.00 

7.50 

15.00 



Imperial Heavy-Duty Tube Bending Tool 

Pat. No. 1,852.515 

1 his heavy-duty, easy-operating tube ben- 
der is used for bending %", W, W and W 
O. D. copper, brass or aluminum tubing by 
simply changing the mandrel and adjusting 
the block. The long leverage and adjustable 
operating lever makes it possible to apply 
considerable force without effort, and so 
avoid jerks and sudden strains, which might 
cause injury to the tubing. It is not necessary 
to make the bend in one continuous sweep 

vlnt e n?nn?t ting f leVer - ^ ^ iS removable <™i adjustable, so that the most con- 
Z'T\ P TT n J° T eaSY °P" crtion can be maintained throughout the bend. Even the 
smallest deflections are made with perfect accuracy in the heaviest tubing The 
bender is marked showing 90° and 180° positions and can be used to make r^ht or 
Thl t^h ^ h iS , pr ° Vided T th * '"be holder which keeps the tube ta Stag 
2ll^ e tT ^ T llY rem ° Ved k T the bender ' which can b * h ^d in a vise so 

SSSlSJffis^ 1 "^ making i! easy to pack in a sma11 s — 

No. 360-F— Imperial Heavy-Duty Bending Tool. List $39>50 



We have special catalogues on Bunting Bushings, Van Dorn Tools, Parker and Imperial Fittings 

Gears, etc. Ask us for one. ' 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— SArfield 2614 



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Imperial Junior Tube Cutter 




A smaller sized tube cutter, for use on tubing of the same metals as the larger type. Takes all sizes from %o-inch to and including 3 /4-inch 
outside diameter. Makes a quick, clean right-angle cut without the least flattening of the tube. 

No. 127-F— Junior Tube Cutter, each.. $1.25 



No. 174-F Imperial Tubing Cutter 




This is a new tubing cutter equipped with two rollers and a rounded type of handle which makes cutting extremely easy. It is designed 
to take both soft and hard pipe or tubing. 

No. 174-F— Imperial Tube Cutter. Price, each $2.75 



No. 204-F Imperial Tube Cutter 



For cutting hard or soft tubing. 
%" to 2 1 /4" O. D. Price, each 



$4.95 




Nos. 94-F, 104-F, 96-F, 97-F 



Imperial Tube Cutter 



No. 94-F takes all sizes of tubing from W to and including 5 /s" outside diameter. 

Price, each $2.25 

No. 104-F takes tubing from Vs" to and including 1" outside diameter, being especially 
adapted for cutting brass tubing for plumbing installations. It is the same as No. 94-F 
excepting that it does not have the reamer which is not necessary when working with 

the larger sizes of tubing. Price, each $3.50 

No. 96-F— Extra Cutting Wheels, each $.25 

No. 97-F— Extra Reamer Blades for 94-F. Price, each $.25 




Nos. 93-F. 95-F. 103-F 



Imperial Flaring Tool 

Furnished in three (3) sizes: 

No. 93-F— Flares 3 /ie", Yi" t 6 A&" , 3 /e", %e" and W Outside Diameter Tubing and is especially 
adapted for automotive and electrical refrigeration work. Price, each $3.00 

No. 95-F— Hares Va" , % 6 " , 3 /s", W and 5 /s" Outside Diameter Tubing and is used by elec- 
trical refrigeration installation and service men. Price, each... $4.00 

No. 103-F — Flares 3 A" , 7 /&" and 1" Outside Diameter Tubing and is especially desirable for 
use in plumbing installations of brass water pipe, etc. Price, each $5.00 



No. 175-F Flaring Tool 

This is a new combination flaring tool which, with its new design, will flare copper tubing 
quickly and easily. New improved features make flaring of large diameter and hard tubing easy. 

No. 175-F— Imperial Flaring Tool for '% 6 ", l A" ', %", W \ 5 /s" and *h" O. D. Tubing. 

Price $4.85 each 




Flaring and Cutting Tool Kit 



This kit has the necessary tools to quickly and properly cut and flare copper, brass, block tin 
and lead tubing. Consists of the Imperial Flaring Tool, Imperial Tubing Cutter, one extra cutting 
wheel, all packed in steel box. 

No. 125-F — Flaring and Cutting Tool Kit consists of: 1 — No. 93-F Flaring Tool; 1 — No. 94-F Tubing 
Cutter; 1— No. 96-F Extra Cutting Wheel Price, each $5.50 

No. 126-F— Flaring and Cutting Tool Kit consists of: 1— No. 95-F Flaring Tool; 1— No. 94-F Tubing 
Cutter; 1— No. 96-F Cutting Wheel Price, each $6.50 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 




Size 9 1 /4"x3%"xl" 

Weight, 3 lbs. 



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Imperial Air Nozzle 




For use on compressed air lines for blowing dust, dirt and mois- 
ture out of cracks, etc. Has l A" female iron pipe thread. 

No. 42-A— Air Nozzle. Each... $1.50 



Imperial Blow Gun 

No. 41-A 

This Blow Gun (Pistol grip type) is needed 
in every shop for cleaning gasoline and oil 
lines, blowing away chips, filings, dust, and 
dirt. Operates on compressed air. 

Price Each... _ $2.50 




Imperial Soldering and Brazing Outfit 

For use with Acetylene 

The torch of this ideal outfit burns acetylene and air, the tips drawing in the necessary oxygen from the atmosphere, makina the 
operating cost extremely low. 

Tips E and F are for brazing, while J is a soldering iron. Tip G is designed for radiator soldering or where a tip is needed for those 
hard-to-get-at places. 

The tank connection fits the small automobile acetylene light (Presto) tank, but can be used on large size cylinders by means of an 
adapter fitting. The amount of gas is regulated by the needle shut-off valve. 



No. 30 OUTFIT 



No. 31 OUTFIT 




% 



No. 30 Outfit consists of the same as No. 
3 1 , except it does not have J tip and the 
Shut-Off Valve. Price $4.50 




No. 31 Outfit consists of: 
4 tips 
1 Torch 

6 Feet of hose and connections. 
Price.. $7.00 



Imperial One Piece Tube Coupling 

The one-piece adapter takes the place of the conventional two-piece coupling. Can be used with Bundy, Steel, Brass, Copper Aluminum 
Nickel Tubing and Iron Pipe. 



% 

%6 



Pipe 



% 






No. 


mm 

59-F 


mfm 


Price Per C 






Tube 


$ 12.25 






% 


16.65 






% 


20.00 






% 


35.50 






% 


53.35 






i 



Pipe 



% 

I 

1% 



Price per C 

$ 71.00 
111.10 
155.60 
225.00 
360.00 




Imperial Rethreading and Ref acing Tool 

The tool comes complete with collar to hold the die. Dies are made up for l A" , %", V2" and 5 /s" 
S. A. E. Fittings. 

No. 198-F— Rethreading and Refacing Tool only $6 85 each 

No. 200-F— Set of four dies 1/4" , %", W* and W sizes $3 80 per set 

No. 201-F— Dies only. Sizes Va ", %", 1/2" and %" $1 Q ea rh si7P 

No. 202-F— Replacement Cutter.... ZZZZZZZZZ . $.75 ^ach 

Phone OAKLAND-Hlgafe 2366 V, , SAN FRANCISCO-GArfield 2614 



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Imperial Solder Fittings 

(Licensed under Streamline Patents Nos. 1,770,852, 1,776,502, 1,890,998) 




No. 42-S COUPLING 

Copper to Copper 



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List Price 
Per 100 

$ 5.00 
5.50 
5.50 
6.00 
6.00 
7.50 

8.00 
8.00 
9.00 
9.00 
11.00 
11.00 

11.00 
11.00 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
15.00 

15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
20.00 
24.00 
24.00 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
24.00 
28.00 

28.00 
28.00 
24.00 
24.00 
24.00 
28.00 

32.00 
32.00 

28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
46.00 

46.00 
46.00 
46.00 

46.00 



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No. 44-S TEE 

Copper to Copper to Copper 

When ordering tees, specify ends be- 
ginning with the left, then right, then the 
branch. 



List Price 
Per 100 

$17.00 

17.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 

25X0 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 

28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28,00 

2~Q0 
28.00 
60.00 
105.00 
72.00 
72.00 

72.00 

72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 

72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
60.00 

72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
72.00 
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jist Price 


Per 100 


$ 72.00 


72.00 


72.00 


72.00 


72.00 


72.00 


95.00 


150.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105,00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


95.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


105.00 


'105.00 


106.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


106.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 


118.00 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



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O. D. Tube 


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2" 


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2" 


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2" 


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2" 


xiy 2 


'xiy 2 " 


2" 


xiy 2 


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"xl" 


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2" 


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List Price 
Per 100 

$ii8.no 

118.00 
118.00 
118.00 
118.00 
118.00 

140.00 

150.00 

150.00 ' 

150.00 

150.00 

150.00 

150.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
140.00 
150.00 
150.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 

150.00 

150.00 
220.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 



O. D. Tube 

2" xl" xl%" 
2" xl" xlV 4 " 
2" xl" xl" 
2" x %"x2" 
l 1 / 2 "xiy 2 "x2" 

ii /4 "xiy 4 "x2" 

2%"x2%"x2% w 

2y 8 "x2y 8 "xi%" 
2y 8 "x2y 8 "xi%" 
2y 8 "x2y 8 "xiy 8 " 
2y 8 "x2y 8 "x w 

2y 8 "xl%"x2V 8 " 

2y 8 " X i%"xi%" 

2y 8 "xi%"xi%" 
2y 8 "xi%"xiy 8 " 
2y 8 "xi%" X %" 
2y 8 "xi%"x2y 8 " 
2y 8 "xi%"xi%" 

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2y s / 'xiy 8 "x2'/ 8 - 
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2y 8 " X iy 8 "xi%" 
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2Wx tk"x2W 

i%-xi%"x2y 8 " 

l%"xl%"x2l/ 8 " 



List Price 
Per 100 

$245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

220.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 
245.00 

245.00 
245.00 
245.00 




No. 46-S COUPLING 

Copper to Inside I. P. S. Thread 



O.D.Tube 



-v 

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l'/s 

1% 
1% 

2'/s 





List Price 


. P. T. 


Per 100 


W 


$ 10.00 


%" 


12.00 


w 


11.00 


w 


17.00 


w 


14.00 


%" 


16.00 


%r 


40.00 


1//' 


22.00 


Mr 


18.00 


%* 


40.00 


w 


30.00 


%* 


40.00 


1 " 


54.00 


mr 


80.00 


mr 


113.00 


2 " 


146.00 



LEFT HAND PIPE THREAD 



14" 



$10.00 
16.00 




No. 48-S COUPLING 

Copper to Outside I. P. S. Thread 



O.D.Tube 

y 4 " 
y 4 " 
%«- 



3 8 " 
% " 

y 2 - 
y 2 " 

y 2 * 
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I. P. T. 

34" 



y 4 " 
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w 

w 

y 4 - 
w 
y 2 - 



w 

w 
w 

w 

1 " 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 14.00 
12.00 

7.00 
14.00 
12.00 

7.00 

18.00 

16.00 
14.00 
14.00 
18.00 
16.00 

14.00 
27.00 

18.00 
16.00 
40.00 
27.00 




No. 49-S 90° ELBOW 

Copper to Outside I. P. S. Thread 



O.D.Tube 



I. P. T. 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 11.00 

11.00 

11.00 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



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110 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



NO. 49-S 90° ELBOW (Cont'd) 



O. D. Tube 

V*" 

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List Price 
Per 100 

$ 11.00 
12.00 
15.00 

14.00 

14.00 
19.00 
17.00 
17.00 
45.00 

25.00 
25.00 
62.00 
45.00 
45.00 
45.00 

45.00 
45.00 
100.00 
62.00 
62.00 
62.00 

80.00 
62.00 
62.00 
62.00 

100.00 
80.00 

80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
100.00 

100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
180.00 

180.00 
180.00 
180.00 
180.00 
180.00 




No. 52-S CROSS 



O. B. Tube 



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List Price 
Per 100 

$ 26.00 
30.00 
44.00 
65.00 




No. 55-S 90° ELBOW 

Copper to Copper 



O.B.Tube 


% 


"x %" 


%e"x % e ' 


% 


"x %" 


% 


"x %" 


% 


"x 1/2" 


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"x %" 


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1% 


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"x %" 


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"x %" 


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1% 


"xl%" 


1% 


"xiy 8 " 


1% 


"x mt 


1% 


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1%' 


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1%' 


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2 ' 


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2 "xiy 2 " 


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2% "xl%" 



2% "xl%» 



liist Price 
Per 100 

$11.00 
12.00 
14.00 
14.00 
17.00 
17.00 

17.00 
21.00 
21.00 
21.00 
43.50 
43.50 

43.50 
43.50 
43.50 
43.50 
43.50 
43.50 

43.50 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 

60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
75.00 

75.00 
75.00 

75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 

75.00 

75.00 
93.50 
93.50 
93.50 
93.50 

93.50 

93.50 
93.50 
93.50 
93.50 
147.00 

147.00 
147.00 
147.00 
147.00 
147.00 
147.00 

147.00 



No. 155-S WROUGHT TUBE 
90° ELBOW 



Copper to Copper 



O. D. Tube 


y 2 


"x 1/2" 


% 


"x %" 


% 


"xV 2 " 


% 


"X %" 


% 


"x %" 


% 


"x -V 


1 ' 


xl " 


m 


"xlVs" 


IW 


x %" 


1% 


"xiy 4 " 


1% 


"xl%" 


1% 


"xiy 8 " 


W2 


"xiy 2 " 


1% 


"xl%" 


1% 


"xl%" 


2 


"x2 " 


2% 


"x2i/ s " 


2% 


"xl%" 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 16.00 
20.00 
20.00 
28.00 
28.00 
28.00 

40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
55.00 
55.00 
55.00 

70.00 

70.00 

70.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 




No. 56-S 45° ELBOW 

Copper to Copper 
O.B.Tube 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 56.00 
60.00 
60.00 
75.00 
75.00 
93.50 

93.50 
147.00 
147.00 



No. 156-S WROUGHT TUBE 
45° ELBOW 

Copper to Copper 

^ List Price 

O.D.Tube Per 100 

x h "x y 2 - $ i 6 .oo 

% "x %" 20.00 

7/o "v 1L" 23.00 

40.00 



% 


"x %" 


1 


"xl " 


l'/s 


"Xll/n" 


M 


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1% 


"xl%" 


m 


"xlW 


1% 


"xl%" 


2 


"x2 " 


2'/ 8 


"x2%" 



'/8 "X W 

Wh "xlW 

1% "xl%" 
1% "xl%" 

2 lit "x2V 8 " 



55.00 

70.00 

100.00 




No. 70-S 90° ELBOW 

Copper to Inside I. P. S. Right 





Hand Thread 


List Price 


O.B.Tube 


I. P. T. 


Per 100 


H" 


Vk" 


$ 10.50 


:, s" 


w 


13.50 


Mr 


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45.00 


"U" 


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65.00 


■■k" 


w 


55.00 


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55.00 



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70S 90° EI 


O.D.Tube 


I. P. 


%" 


%" 


%» 


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MT 


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mr 


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mr 


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mr 


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mr 


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V," 



Iilst Price 
Per 100 

$ 55.00 
55.00 
55.00 

55.00 
80.00 
80.00 

80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
80.00 
100.00 
100.00 

100.00 
100.00 
135.00 
135.00 
135.00 
135.00 

180.00 
180.00 



LEFT HAND THREAD 

W $11.00 




No. 


92 S RETURN BENDS 






List Price 


O.D.Tube 


Centers 


Per 100 


%" 


i y 2 " 


$15.00 


%" 


i % w 


18.00 


w 


1 2 %2" 


18.00 


w 


2 


18.00 


Vz" 


3 


19.00 


W 


4 


20.00 


%" 


i %e" 


22.00 


%" 


2 % " 


22.00 


%" 


2 % • 


22.00 


%" 


3 


23.00 


%" 


3 % " 


23.00 


%" 


4%r 


25.00 


%" 


2 " 


26.00 


%" 


2 y 8 » 


26.00 


%" 


2 y 2 " 


27.00 


%" 


3%" 


28.00 


%" 


4 


29.00 


%" 


4 13 /ig" 


32.00 




30.00 





No 


95-SF TEE 




Copper 


to Copper to Inside I. P. S. 








List Price 


D. Tube 




I. P. T. 


Per 100 


w 




Mr 


$ 30.00 


w 




W' 


30.00 


%" 




Mr 


30.00 


w 




w 


40.00 


%r 




%" 


52.00 


%r 




1 " 


106.00 



No. 95-SF TEE (Cont'd) 







List Price 


O. D. Tube 


Per 100 


%" 


Mr 


$100.00 


%" 


y 2 " 


100.00 


nr 


i » 


112.00 


i%- 


%- 


112.00 


WfxW 


i " 


112.00 


i%" 


mr 


135.00 


i%" 


i " 

No. 95-SM TEE 


135.00 


Copper to 


Copper to Outside I. P. S. 






List Price 


O.D.Tube 


I. P. T. 


Per 100 


Mr 


Mr 


$ 30.00 


i * 


mr 


106.00 


mr 


mr 


130.00 


mr 


mr 


160.00 


2 * 


mr 


245.00 




No. 138-S COUPLING 

Copper to Flare 



O. D. Tube 


O.D.Tube 


List Price 


Solder 


Flare 


Per 100 


w 


Mr 


$12.00 


w 


Mr 


15.00 


w 


%- 


15.00 


w 


Mr 


17.00 


w 


Mr 


17.00 


%" 


%" 


20.00 


%" 


Mr 


20.00 


%" 


Mr 


30.00 


%" 


%" 


30.00 


1 " 


Mr 


40.00 




No. 139-S BUSHING 

Fitting to O. D. Solder 



O.D.Tube 

%"*%" 

WW 

%"x%" 

Mr*W 
MTW 

9Vx%" 

%'zMT 

%"*%" 

Mr^nr 
mrjtr 

mrw 

l%"x %" 
l%"x %" 

i%"x mt 

i%"xiy 8 " 

l%"x %» 
lMTxiMT 

l%"xl%" 

2 "xiy," 
2Wxm 

2%"xl%" 

2%"xl%" 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 8.00 

9.50 

9.50 

13.50 

13,50 

13.50 

20.00 
20.00 
20,00 
20.00 
20.00 
26.00 

26.00 
26.00 
36.00 
36.00 
36.00 
36.00 

52.00 
52.00 

44.00 
52.00 
48.00 
48.00 

52.00 




No. 639-S PLUG 




List Price 


O. D. Tube 


Per 100 


w 


$ 5.00 


%" 


6.00 


y 2 " 


8.00 


w 


11.00 


w 


15.00 


Vs" 


15.00 


l " 


20.00 


mr 


20.00 


mr 


24.00 


mr 


24.00 


mr 


60.00 


mr 


60.00 


2 " 


90.00 


2W 


90.00 




No. 640-S CAP 



O.D.Tube 

Mr 

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Mr 



i " 
mr 
mr 
mr 

1V 2 " 



2 " 

2MT 



List Price 
Per 100 

$ 5.00 

6.00 

8.00 

11.00 

15.00 

15.00 

20.00 
20.00 
24.00 

24.00 
60.00 
60.00 

90.00 
90.00 




No. 661-S COUPLING 
Copper to Female SAE Thread 



Female 


O.D.of Tube 


List Price 


SAE 


Solder 


Per 100 


y+" 


V*" 


$10.00 


%- 


%- 


16.00 


%" 


w 


17.00 


w 


%- 


20.00 


w 


V 2 " 


22.00 


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V 


24.00 


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26.00 


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40.00 


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Seamless Copper Tube-Turns 



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Seamless copper tube-turns are 45 degree and 90 degree elbows and 180 degree return bends. They are made from seamless copper 
tubing by a patented process that insures uniform wall thickness at all points. There is no thinning or stretching of the back wall, nor thicken- 
ing or buckling of the inner wall. The cross section is round. The tangents are cold rolled on the ends after the bends are formed, resulting in 
hardened ends that remain round and undamaged in normal handling. 

Tube-turns are usually installed by means of soldered joints. The straight pipe is belled or flared out, then the straight tangent of the tube- 
turn is pushed in as far as it will go, and then soldered or sweated into place. 



Standard Stock Sizes 
STRAIGHT END TYPE 



Nominal 


Outside 








Tangent Radius 


Center to Face 


Approx. 






Size 


Diameter 


Wall Thickness 




45° 


and 90 


9 




Inches 


Wffht. 


Iiist Price Bach 


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90° 


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In addition to the above list of standard sizes the factory is in a position to supply, subject to minimum quantity requirements, tube-turns 
made of other diameter or wall thickness, standard pipe sizes or extra heavy pipe sizes. In addition to copper, tube-turns may also be obtained 
made of admiralty metal, aluminum, brass, inconel, monel, nickel, chrome nickel steels, silicon bronze, and other ferrous and non-ferrous 
alloys. Let us check your manufacturing requirements for the possible economical substitution of tube-turns in your plant. 

Tube-Turn Spiral Coils 

These spiral coils have the same uniform wall thickness found in tube-turns and can be produced on center to center dimensions of two to 
five times the diameter of the tubing. These coils are made to order and not carried in stock since there is no standard design. Let us check 
with you on the possibility of using these coils in your plant. 

Stainless Steel in Sheets, Rods, Tubes, Wire and accessories ready to skip immediately. 



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Prest-O-Lite Plumbers' Outfits 

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It saves you time and labor and insures a iffiSSS^^ " «*»?**. *>ubW«. ^ 

evenly^n^ * ^ be *!?««* «*uy where it is needed, enabling you to apply the heat 

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Prest-O-Lite Gas Tanks 




Style 

A 
B 
E 
MC 



Length 

22 " 
20 " 
16 " 

131/2 " 



Diam. 

7i/4' A 
6 " 
6 " 
4 " 



Bated 
Capacity 

70 Cu. Ft. 

40 

30 

10 



Average 
Weigtfit 

45 Lbs. 
30 
25 
10 



Tank 
Price 

$19.00 

12,50 

10.80 

6.50 



Exchange 
Friee 

$3.95 
2.75 
2.15 
1.10 



Prices are F.O.B. Prest-O-Lite Plants. Tank prices include tank, initial charge of gas, and tank key. Exchange 
prices are for the gas only. 



Prest-O-Lite 5 in 1 Outfit 



Prest-O-Lite Plumbers' Outfits— Nos. 1 and 2 




The 5-in-I Outfit consists of: 

5-in-l Torch Handle with: 

1 . Stem for very fine soldering 

2. Stem for light soldering and brazing 

3. Stem for medium soldering and brazing 

4. Stem for heavy soldering and brazing 

5. Soldering copper 

6 ft. %2-in. hose with hose clamps 

Union for attaching to Prest-O-Lite A, B or E Tank 

Union for attaching to Prest-O-Lite MC Tank 

Wrench 

Substantial Metal Carrying Case 




Price., 



$9.00 



Best results are obtained by using the Prest-O-Lite A-6053 
10-lb. Pressure Regulator, which furnishes gas at a constant, 
even and correct pressure. 
A-6053 Pressure Regulator $5.00 



No. 1 PLUMBERS' OUTFIT 



No. 1 Plumbers' Outfit consists of a Prest-O-Lite Torch with a 
needle valve, 15 ft. of hose and a 10-lb. pressure regulator. A mixer 
in the torch stem maintains exactly the right proportions of acety- 
lene and air, thus insuring maximum flame intensity. The needle 
valve, which permits the gas to be turned on and off at the torch 
handle, adds to the convenience of the outfit. The pressure regula- 
tor holds the gas at uniform working pressure. This insures eco- 
nomical gas consumption. Price , $8.50 

No 2 Plumbers' Outfit includes a Prest-O-Lite Torch and extra 
stem, 15 ft. of hose, and a tank union. The torch is the same as the 
one m the No. 1 Outfit, except that it has no needle valve. 
Price 

Tank sold separately. 



$5.00 



The Prest-O-Lite Halide Leak Detector 
is a positive, sensitive device for locating 
leaks in refrigerating and air condition- 
ing units. During recent years, the non- 
combustible halide gases — such as F-12 
[Freon), F-21, F-114 and Carrene— have 
found a wide and varied use as refriger- 
ants for both domestic and industrial in- 
stallations. These gases are relatively 
odorless, tasteless and colorless. These 



The Prest-O-Lite Halide Leak 
Detector 




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Ask for complete Prest-O-Lite Catalog. 
Our business is locally owned. The management wants all our customers to 

and meet them personally. 



properties render necessary a quick and 
sure method of locating leaks while cool- 
ing units are being installed and also 
during servicing. The Prest-O-Lite Halide 
Leak Detector was developed to meet 
these requirements. It is designed for use 
with the non-combustible halide gases 
and must not be used for locating leaks 
of combustible gases. 

Hose, special MC Tank Adaptor and Part 
..$6.50 



visit our warehouse 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 







Parker Tube Couplings 

The exclusive features of Parker Tube Couplings are Minimum Metal content, Full tube support, Balanced design, Re- 
mains tight under all conditions, Can be used repeatedly without loss of efficiency and the Moderate flare angle eliminates 
splitting of tube in flaring which also permits the use of hard drawn tube if desired. 

Parker Tube Couplings are manufactured in Standard Brass, Heavy Brass, Steel, Monel Metal and Duralumin. STAND- 
ARD BRASS IS REGULAR STOCK. 



B 


—Tube Nut 


I 


— Tube Tee 


C 


—Male I.P.T. Elbow 


M 


—Female I.P.T. Run Tee 


C-45° 


—Male I.P.T. Elbow 45° 


O 


—Female I.P.T. Side Tee 


CC 


— Male I.P.T. Elbow Long 


R 


—Male I.P.T. Run Tee 


D 


— Female I.P.T. Elbow 


S 


—Male I.P.T. Side Tee 


E 


— Tube Elbow 


TF 


— Tank Flange Connec- 


F 
G 


—Male I.P.T. Connector 

— Female I.P.T. Connec- 
tor 


TC 

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— Tank Flange Elbow 
— Cross 


H 


— Tube Union 




Plug 



WHEN ORDERING. SPECIFY: 

SIZE — -By the number of sixteenth of an inch in the outside diam- 
eter of the Tube. 

SHAPE— By the shape letter according to the chart of Standard 
Shapes. 

NUT — By the letter "B" repeated according to the number of 
nuts reguired. 

Other shapes, threads or combinations not listed as Standard 
may usually be obtained from factory if volume warrants. 



STANDARD BRASS 

Shapes Only — Without Nuts — Price Each 




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.30 
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.27 
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.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 

.35 
.30 
.30 
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.27 
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.25 

.27 
.29 
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.23 
.25 

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.35 
.35 
.35 
.35 

.35 
.30 
.30 
.27 
.35 

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.29 
.32 
.27 

.29 
.31 
.24 
.25 
.28 

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.40 
.40 
.40 
.40 

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.32 
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$ .17 

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.32 
.35 
.29 

.33 
.35 
.26 
.28 
.33 

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.55 
.55 
.55 
.55 

.55 
.35 
.35 
.31 
.55 

.70 



$ .29 $ .33 
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.54 
.45 

.47 
.58 

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.94 
.94 
.94 
.94 

.94 
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.60 
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1.05 
1.05 
1.05 
1.05 
1.05 

1.05 
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1.05 



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.72 
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1.30 

1.30 
1.30 
1.30 
1.30 

1.30 
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1.30 



$ .47 
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.76 
.82 
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.78 
.80 

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.70 



1.45 

1.45 
1.45 
1.45 
1.45 

1.45 
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1.02 

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1.00 

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1.10 

1.85 
1.85 
1.85 
1.85 
1.85 

1.85 

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1.07 
1.03 
1.85 

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$ .75 
1.05 
1.11 
1.20 
1.05 

1.15 
1.20 
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1.00 
1.25 

2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 
2.20 

2.20 
1.25 
1.25 
1.14 

2.20 



$ .90 
1.20 
1.27 
1.35 
1.20 

1.35 
1.40 
1.10 
1.15 
1.40 

2.45 
2.45 
2.45 
2.45 
2.45 

2.45 
1.44 
1.44 
1.31 
2.45 



$1.00 
1.70 
1.75 
1.82 
1.70 

1.90 
1.95 
1.65 
1.65 
1.95 

2.60 
2.60 
2.60 
2.60 
2.60 

2.60 

1.95 
1.95 
1.95 
2.60 



$1.10 
2.15 
2.25 
2.40 
2.15 

2.50 
2.50 
2.15 
2.15 
2.50 

2.75 
2.75 

2.75 
2.75 
2.75 

2.75 

2.55 
2.55 
2.55 
2.75 



$1.50 
2.80 
2.92 
3.10 
2.80 

3.30 
3.30 
2.80 
2.80 
3,30 

3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 

3.75 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.75 



$2.15 
3.60 
3.75 
3.95 
3.60 

4.15 
4.15 

3.60 
3.60 
4.15 

4.50 

4.50 
4.50 
4.50 
4.50 

4.50 
4.30 
4.30 
4.30 
4.50 



For information on additional shapes, sizes, weights, and types of fittings and a complete line of valves, see note on page 117. 
Just ask for "Bunting'* when you want the best in Bronze Bushings. See page 143-147. 



Size No 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


28 


32 


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% 


1 ? 6 


H 


A 


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1 


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iy 4 


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13/4 


2 


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Yb 


y* 


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% 


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% 


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$2.50 
4.25 
4.40 
4.60 
4.25 

4.95 
4.95 
4.25 
4.25 

4.95 

5.50 
5.50 
5.50 
5.50 
5.50 

5.50 
5.10 

5.10 
5.10 
5.50 



2.40 2.80 3.80 5.00 6.60 8.30 9.90 



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Many of your engineering and technical problems may be solved by using the Parker line of Valves and Fittings. Let us check over vour 
requirements with you. 

In addition to the Brass Fittings and tube working tools listed here, the Parker line includes a complete line of valves manufactured in Bronze, 
Steel, Stainless Steel, and Dural. Bulletin No. 38 illustrates this line. If interested please ask for it. 

The fittings illustrated here may be duplicated in Steel, Stainless Steel and Dural. Ask for special catalogue covering same. 
Parker Bulletin No. 41 is available giving complete technical data on tubing made from various metals and alloys. 



Production Tube Bender 



Hand Tube Bender 




Production Tube Bender Model G — No. 824 

For bending thin wall copper, aluminum — steel— nickel or 
other tube to short radii — guickly and efficiently without flatten- 
ing, kinking or distorting and without filling the tube — PARKER 
production Tube Benders meet every aeronautical production 
requirement. Indispensable where any quantity of tubing is to 
be bent. 

Price complete with all accessories for tubing sizes: 

8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 and 24 $318.00 




Hammer Type Flaring Tools 

For use with PARKER TUBE COUPLINGS 
of sizes No. 8 to No. 32 inclusive. 

Hammer type flaring tools for Standard or triple 
tube couplings are recommended for use with all 
tube No. 8 size W O. D.) to No. 32 (2" O. D.) tubes 
and particularly for heavy wall or hard drawn 
tube such as used for high pressures and building 
installations. 




Copper or aluminum tube may be quickly bent to reasonably 
short radii without filling the tube or using a mandrel with 
PARKER hand tube benders. The tube is quickly clamped and 
bent by hand. The bender may be clamped to the tube or re- 
moved instantly without sliding over the full length of the tube 
— these benders are designed for use on the job without vise or 
other accessories. 

Tube Size 2345 6 

Price Each. „_$2.00 $2.25 $2.50 $2.75 $2.95 

Bench Tube Bender 




Parker Bench Benders are designed to bend tube from No. 8 
< ] / 2 " O.D.) to No. 24 [Wz" O.D.) and to a radius from \W to 8". 
This is a general utility tool for bending tube with a sufficiently 
large radius so that no mandrel is required. 
No. 820 including slide blocks and bending radius for sizes 

V2" , W , W and %" complete .....$60.00 

No. 412 including slide blocks and bending radius for sizes 

Va" , W ', V2" , W and W complete $40.00 

All other sizes quoted as extra equipment. 



Standard Hammer Type Flaring Tools 

Tune Size 8 9 10 12 14 IS 18 

No - 281 St - $1-80 $1.90 $2.00 $2.25 $2.60 $3.00 $3.50 

No. 283 Triple 1.80 1.90 2.00 2.25 2.60 3.C0 3.50 

Specify whether standard or triple type is desired. 



Ball Type Flaring Tools 

Parker Ball Type Flaring Tools are recommended for aircraft installation of soft copper and alu- 
minum tube, Nos 4 to 12— the hammer type style for Nos. 12 to 32, and the die blocks (Fig. No. 289) 
for Nos. 2 to 6 inclusive. 



Tufce Size 4 5 6 

No. 280 Std $1.00 $1.15 $1.25 

No. 284 Triple... 1.00 1.15 1.25 

Specify whether standard or triple type is desired. 



"Ohio" the valve known to all who want the best. Complete stock of Ohio Valves carried by 



7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


$1.50 


$1.75 


$2.C0 


$2.50 


$3.00 


1.50 


1.75 


2.00 


2.50 


3.00 



20 


24 


28 


32 


$4.00 


$4.75 


$6.00 


$7.50 


4.00 


4.75 


6.00 


7.50 




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Radiator Filler Faucet 

Convenient — Durable — Economical 




3 /4 Inch Hose Thread — Rough Brass or Rough Nickel Plate Finish. 
List Price, each $1.25 



Air Nozzle 

Designed for Maximum Utility, Air Economy and 
Operating Convenience 




Iron Pipe Size... 

List Price, Each.. 



Rough Brass Finish 



w 

$1.50 



$1.75 



GROUND KEY— LOCK LEVER 




Barrel Faucets 

SOLID BRASS HANDLES 



Sizes— %x 3 / 4 I. P. and 3 / 4 x 3 / 4 I. P. 
List Price, Each $1.00 



SELF-CLOSING— LOCK LEVER 




3 A Inch Size Only — Rough Brass Finish. 
List Price, Each .$1.00 




Imperial Radiator Water Faucet — No. 28 1G 

Has larger water capacity, assuring quick filling of radiator. This faucet is non-leaking, 
made of Bronze, White Nickel finish and threaded for W hose connection. 
Price Each $1.25 



Genuine Sette for Self-Closing Faucet— No. 261G 

For oil, Gasoline, Kerosene, Alcohol and other liquids in Steel Drums and Barrels. Guar- 
anteed leak-proof. The Sette is the only self-closing faucet that has a metal to metal seat. 
3 / 4 " I. P. Thread. Each $1.00 



Brass Hose Clamps 

_ 6 

Brass Fixture Connectors H ose size o. d 3/8 

No. in Pkge 500 No. in Pkge.... - 100 

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3 


3 


7/16 


1/2 


100 


100 






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FOR QUALITY 

Sherman Diamond Nozzle 



Patented 




SPRAY— STRAIGHT STREAM— SHUT OFF 

Every nozzle ripidly inspected, tested under heavy pressure 
and guaranty tag attached before packing. 

Each dozen packed in handsome counter display box of heavy 
leather-finished stock. 

%" size only. Plain or nickel plated. 12 dozen packed in 
special shipping case. Shipping weight per gross approx. 55 lbs. 
List Price, Each $.50 

FOR PRICE 

Brass King 

Patented 




SPRAY— STRAIGHT STREAM— SHUT OFF 
List Price, Each 



Sherman Hose Couplings 

HEAVY WROUGHT BRASS 



$.35 




.40 



Brass Fittings for Spray Outfits 



V 



Angle Y. All threads l A I. P. S. Screws on top of spray rod 
permitting use of two nozzles, one on each male end. Male ends 
are tipped at 30° angle to throw spray down into the blossoms. 
Angle Y Spray Hose Coupling 

List, Each $.35 W Hose x 3 / 4 " Thread or 

Vt." Hose x 3 /4" Thread 
List, Each $.65 



Sherman Hose Clamps 

HEAVY WROUGHT BRASS— CAN NEVER RUST 

A World Standard 







flnside 








Trade 




Diameter 


No. of 






Size 




of Clamp 


Clamps 


Weight 


List Per 


Inch 


My 


Inch 


Per Carton Per Gross 


Dozen 


% 


2 


%6 


144 


4.2 


$ .32 


% 


3 


% 


144 


4.2 


.32 


% 


4 


H4« 


144 


4.5 


.32 


% 


2 


% 


72 


5.1 


.32 


% 


3 


% 


72 


5.5 


.32 


% 


4 


WlC, 


72 


5.5 


.32 


% 


3 


1 


72 


7.3 


.36 


% 


3 


1 % 


72 


7.8 


.36 


% 


4 


1 %6 


72 


8.0 


.36 


% 


5 


1 % 


72 


8.4 


.36 


1 


3 


1% 


36 


9.3 


.72 


1 


4 


1%6 


36 


13.2 


.72 


1 


5 


1 Vk 


36 


13.5 


.72 


1% 


3 


\%« 


36 


19. 


1.50 


1% 


4 


1*%8 


36 


20. 


1.50 


1% 


5 


1 % 


36 


21.5 


1.50 




Wrought brass. 
Inside Diam. No. of 
of Clamp Clamps Wt, Gross 



Size 


Ply 


Inches 


Per Carton 


libs. 


Per Doz 


V? 


3 


1B /l6 


144 


5V2 


$ 0.80 


V? 


4 


1 %2 


144 


6V2 


.84 


% 


3 


1 V10 


144 


6V2 


.90 


% 


2 


1 %2 


144 


6 1/2 


.90 


% 


3 


1 %« 


144 


6 1/2 


.90 


% 


4 


1 Vi 


144 


714 


.90 


1 


3 


iqfa 


72 


18 


2.00 


1 


4 


l'%2 


48 


19 3 /4 


2.00 


1V4 


3 


I 2 %2 


48 


22V4 


2.50 


1V4 


4 


mi« 


48 


25 


2.50 


Vk 


4 


2% fi 


36 


32 


3.00 


2 


4 


2%6 


24 


39 


4.00 


2% 


4 


3 Me 


12 


50 


7.00 


3 


4 


3'%6 


12 


53 


10.00 



Steam Hose Clamp 

Inside Diam. No. of 
of Clamp Clamps Wt. Gross 



Size 


Ply 


Inches 


Per Carton 


Lbs. 


Per Doz 


% 


3 


1 %6 


72 


18 


$2.00 


% 


4 


1*%2 


48 


20 


2.00 


1 


3 


1 % 


48 


21 


2.50 


1 


4 


1% 


48 


21 


2.50 


1V 4 


3 


l ,B /l« 


36 


30 


3.00 


1% 


4 


1% 


36 


30 


3.00 


1V> 


3-4 


2 %2 


36 


33 


3.50 


IV, 


5 


2'%2 


24 


35 


4.00 


2 


3-4 


2H/16 


24 


38 


5.50 


2 


5 


2% 


12 


50 


6.50 


m 


3-4 


3 y 2 


12 


60 


8.50 


2% 


5 


3 %6 


12 


66 


9.50 




Sure Grip 

Wrought Steel. Galvanized, 



Trade 
Size 
Inch 

1% 

1% 
1% 
1% 

2 
2 
2 

2% 

2V 2 

Vh 

2y 2 

2->4 

3 

3 

3 

tSizes 



Ply 

3 
4 
5 
3 

3 

4 
5 

4 

3 
4 
5 
4 
3 
4 
5 



tin side 
Diameter 
of Clamp 

Inch 

2 

2 % 
2%6 
2% 

2%6 
2 %e 
2 n /i6 

2 l % 6 

3 

1/q 



No. of 

Clamps Weight 
Per Carton Per Gross 

36 22. 

36 22. 

36 30. 

24 40. 



vs 

7 /l6 

% 



24 
24 
24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
12 
12 
12 
12 



42. 

43. 
45. 

51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
63. 
63. 
64. 
67. 



itist Per 
Dozen 

$1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
2.10 

2.40 

2.40 
2.40 

3.30 
4.20 
4.20 
4.20 
5.10 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 



H" to 3 A" when clamp is open V2" between ears; 



larger sizes, when open 3 A" . 



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Hose Reducers 

Hose Thread Both Ends 



Size Inch lx% 1%*% iy 4 xl IVzX-H 

Price, Each 54 .67 .83 .96 

Size Inch 2x1 ^ &&*■¥* 2^x1 

Price, Each 1.50 1.67 1.83 




2y 2 xiy 2 

2.00 



Hose Bushings 

Male and Female Hose Thread 



2x3,4 

1.08 

2^x2 

2.17 



2x1 


2x114 


1.17 


1.33 


3x2 


3x214 


2.50 


3.00 




Octagon Pattern Hose 
Reducer 

(California Pattern) 

lx%" only- --Octagon shape, rough brass 
finish. A high grade low priced reducer. 
List Price, Each $.54 




Double Female Nipples 

Hose Thread one end, Taper Iron Pipe Thread, 
the other 



Size, inches 14 

List, Each 55 



94 
.55 



1 
.82 



Hose Nipples 




Male 



Unless otherwise specified, will be fur- 
nished Hose Thread one end and Taper 
Iron Pipe Thread the other. 




Male and Female 

Unless otherwise specified, will be fur- 
nished Hose Thread male end and Taper 
Iron Pipe Thread female end. 



Fig. 19 Fig. 18 

Note- When V2" nipples are ordered, they will be sent V2" Taper Iron Pipe and %" Hose Thread, unless otherwise specified. 

List Prices. Male or Male and Female 

Size Inch V 2 % 1 l l 4 1H 2 2^ 3 3% 

Price, Each 29 .29 .42 .75 .83 1.17 2.33 3.33 4.17 



4 
6.25 




Size Inch % 

Price, Each 33 



Hose Caps 

Female Hose Thread 



1 


iy 4 


IH 


2 


21/2 


3 


»H 


4 


50 


.67 


.83 


1.25 


2.00 


2.58 


3.25 


3.58 



Size Inch y 2 

Price, Each 20 



Water Hose Couplings 



3 /s" to 1" inclusive, have beaded nut without lugs, to turn by hand. IV4" to 2 1 /2" inclusive, 
have lugs on female swivel only. 3" size and larger have lugs on both male and female swivels. 



Heavy Cast Brass — List Prices 










% 1 114 


iy 2 


2 


21/2 


3 


.20 .37 .83 


1.17 


2.00 


4.00 


6.25 




Fig. 8 

Size Inches 

Length Inches 

Discharge Inches 

Weight per dozen Pounds 

*List Per Dozen 

Size Inches 

Length Inches 

Discharge Inches 

Weight per dozen Pounds 

*List Per Dozen 



Plain Hose Nozzles 

Cast Brass 

Our hose nozzles are carefully designed with the strength in the right place and are 
of excellent appearance. Full weight— beautifully finished. 

Furnished with Hose or Iron Pipe Threads. Z A" and 1" sizes are packed in cartons. 



% 


% 


% 


1 


1 


Wa 


m 


Wa 


1% 


3 


4 


6 


4 


8 


4% 


10 


12 


5 : * 4 


v 4 


li 


% 


9ie 


r /io 


% 


% 


% 


7 /l6 


2V2 


3 


4 


4 


71/4 


5 


ioy 2 


15V2 


IV2 


$4.00 


$5.00 


$7.00 


$5.00 


$9.00 


$12,00 


$16.00 


$18.00 


$18.00 


1% 


1% 


2 


2 


2% 


2V 2 


2V 2 


2V 2 




10 


12 


6% 


12 


m 


12 


15 


20 




y 2 


y 2 


%e 


% 


Hi« 


l %6 


*%e 


1 




12 


17 


14 


22 


25 


38 


54 


86 




$20.00 


$22.00 


$26.00 


$34.00 


$37.40 


$55.00 


$65.00 


$90.00 





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Air Cocks 






T. H. No.. 

Size In 

Price 



.40 



7 


8 


9 


Va 


% 


V2 


45 


.50 


.60 



L. H. No 12 

Size In Vb 

Price 55 



13 

l/ 4 

.60 



14 15 

% Vl 

.65 .75 



T. H. No 18 

Size In Va 

Price 55 



19 20 

Va 3 /s 

.65 .75 



21 

V2 

.90 






L.H. No..... 22 

Size In Va 

Price 70 



23 

Va 
.80 



24 



.90 



25 
1.05 



T. H. No.... 27 

Size In.. Va 

Price 70 



27 
Va 
.80 



28 

% 

.90 



33 

V2 

1.00 



L. H. No 29 

Size In Ve 

Price 85 



30 
Va 
.95 



31 

% 

1.05 



32 

V2 

1.15 






T. H. No.. 
Size In...._ 
Price 



37 



.65 



38 
Va 
.70 



39 
3 /s 
.85 



39V2 

1/2 

1.00 



L.H. No 43 

Size In Ve 

Price 80 



44 
Va 
.85 



45 

3/8 

1.00 



45V2 
1.15 



T.H. No 40 

Size In.. Va 

Price 75 



41 
Va 
.80 



42 

3/8 

.90 



42 V2 

y 2 

1.05 





L.H. No 46 47 48 48i/2 No... 600 601 602 603 

3lze In !/ 8 Va 3/ 8 i/ 2 3ize In 1/a 1/4 3/s 1/2 

Price 90 -95 1.05 1.20 See Imperial Nc. 41 to 44E, Page 94. 

Our fitting department can supply all your wants in Pipe, Compression, 5. A. E., Parker, 
High Duty, Arco, and other fittings. 



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Stainless Steel Valves 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Regularly supplied in ALLEGHENY METAL or 18-8% Chromium- Nickel Stainless Steel. Can also be supplied in Allegheny Metal with 
Molybdenum, 25-12% Chromium-Nickel and other Allegheny corrosion and heat-resisting alloys to your requirements. 



GATE VALVES 

Screwed or Flanged. 125 Lbs. Working Pressure. Clamp Type. 

Outside Screw and Yoke. Rising Wheel 

Sizes: VtT, W, 1", \W , IW* \ 2", 2 1 / 2 " ', 3", 4". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure 

Bolted Bonnet Type. Outside Screw <S Yoke. Rising Stem. 

Sizes: 2", 3", 4", 6", 8", and 10". 

GLOBE, ANGLE AND CROSS VALVES 

Screwed or Flanged 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure 

Union Bonnet Type. Outside Screw and Yoke. 

Sizes: W t W, 1", 1VV, lW n , and 2". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure 

Bolted Bonnet Type. Outside Screw and Yoke. 

Sizes: 2", 2W \ 3", 4", 6", 8", and 10". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure 

Union Bonnet Type. Inside Screw. 

Sizes: W, 3 /e", W t 3 / 4 ", 1", VA" , IVi", and 2". 

Sizes larger than 3" can be supplied usually in only Flanged Type. 



"Y" VALVES 

Flanged. Outside Screw and Yoke. 

125 Lbs. Working Pressure. Bolted Body Type. 

Sizes: 1", I 1 /*", W2", 2", 2 1 / 2 ", 3", and 4". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure. Bolted Bonnet Type. 
Sizes: 2", 2Vi" ', 3", 4", 6", 8", and 10". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure. Screwed Bonnet Type. 

End to End Screwed. Inside Screw. 
Sizes: W t %", 1/2", 3 / 4 ", 1", 1 Va" , IW, and 2". 



CHECK VALVES 

Horizontal or Swing Type. Screwed or Flanged. 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure. Union Bonnet Type. 

Sizes: W , %", 1", 1V4", IV2", and 2". 

150 Lbs. Working Pressure. Bolted Bonnet Type. 
Sizes: 2", 2 1 / 2 " ( 3", 4", 6", 8", and 10". 



PLUG COCKS (Square Head) STOP COCKS (Leaver or Tee Handle) 
List Price Each 



%" %" y 2 " 

Spring Type (Female Thread) $15.00 $16.00 $17.00 

"D" Washer Type (Female Thread) 

Bibb Cocks (Male Thread) 15.00 16.00 



Va" 
$19.00 



18.00 



1" 


1H" 


$24.00 


$30.00 


29.00 


32.00 


23.00 


28.00 



li/a" 

45.00 



2" 

s 

65.00 



Ohio Brass Valves 

The design of Ohio Brass Valves, scientifically developed during 4 years of Valve building, provides for an even distribution of the 
high-grade steam bronze. 

The uniformity of its mixture is assured through the use of only new metals — scrap of any kind is never used. Supervision of experienced 
metallurgical chemists, assures maintenance of high quality standards. 

Each part is finished to a nicety by the use of specially designed machining tools and gauges. Each part receives a very careful and 

minute inspection before being included in any assembly, and is then checked and tested under maximum pressures. 



I 



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NEEDLE VALVES 
Working Pressure 200 Lbs. 
Brass Needle — Brass Seat 



BLOW GUN 




ANGLE 



Size 


No. in 
PfcgT. 


wt.Fkg-. 

I.bs. 


List 
Each 


Size 


No. in 
FfcgT. 


Wt.Fkg. 

Lbs. 


List 
Each 


** 


6 


5.445 


$1.20 


Vs 


6 


5.160 


$1.20 


Vk 


6 


5.309 


1.40 


Va 


6 


5.688 


1.40 


% 


6 


6.059 


1.50 


3/8 


6 


5.996 


1.50 


V2 


6 


7.371 


2.00 


1/2 


6 


6,383 


2.00 



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Air Gun List Prices 

y 8 " 

No. 55 — Air Gun with stand- 
ard brass tip; or case- 
hardened steel, if speci- 
fied... $1.65 $1.65 $1.90 

No. 55-A — Extension tip (10- 

in. length) 2.40 

No. 55-B— Flat tip 2.15 

No. 55-C— Standard tip 1.65 

No. 55-D— Button Head tip 1.65 

No. 55-E— Bent tip (1 Vfc-in. 

length) 2,25 

No. 55-F— Hose nipples, 

standard pipe threading .50 

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2.40 


2.65 


2.15 


2.40 


1.65 


1.30 


1.65 


1.90 



2.25 



.50 



2.50 



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Brass Disc. 125 Lb. Pressure 

Rugged, long service giving Valves. Designed to withstand severe requirements without complaint. 




GLOBE 



ANGLE 



Size 


No. in 
Pkgr. 


wt. Pig-. 

I.bs. 


last 

Each 


Size 


No. in 

Pkgr. 


wt. Pkgr. 

Lbs. 


List 

Each 




6 
6 
6 


2.246 

2.567 
3.324 


$ .72 
.72 
.11 


% 


6 
6 
6 


2.226 

2.535 
3.292 


$ .72 
.72 
.77 




6 
6 

4 


4.766 
9.109 
8.922 


1.00 
1.26 
1.80 


% 

% 
1 


6 
6 

4 


4.570 
8.968 
8.860 


1.00 
1.26 

1.80 


1% 

m 

2 


4 
2 

1 


13.391 
8.953 
6.430 


2.52 
3.50 

5.30 


VA 
1% 
2 


4 
2 

1 


12.860 
8.578 
6.211 


2.52 
3.50 

5.30 


2% 
3 


1 
1 


11.828 
15.891 


10.00 
14.40 


2% 
3 


1 
1 


11.359 
15.468 


10.00 
14.40 




No. 2 Line Globe and Angle Valves 

Brass Disc. Competition. 100 Lb. Pressure 

The Ohio Brass No. 2 Line of Valves is essentially the same as the No. 1 Line. They are competition valves but are made without sacri- 
ficing the fine points of Ohio Brass manufacture. 



GLOBE 



ANGLE 




Size 


No. in 
Pkgr. 


Wt. Pkg*. 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 


Size 


No. in 

Pkgr. 


wt. Pkgr. 

Lbs. 


List 

Each 




6 
6 
6 


2.207 
2.566 
3.234 


$ .72 
.72 
.77 


% 


6 
6 
6 


2.222 
2.473 
3.238 


$ .72 
.72 

.77 


% 
1 


6 
6 

4 


4.453 
6.875 
6.985 


1.00 
1.26 
1.80 


1 


6 
6 
6 


4.312 
6.262 

10.406 


1.00 
1.26 
1.80 


H4 

lVo 

2 


4 
2 

1 


10.109 
7.066 
5.805 


2.52 
3.50 
5.30 


1% 

m 
2 


4 
2 
1 


9.406 
6.867 
5.554 


2.52 

3,50 
5.30 


2V> 
3 


1 

1 


11,828 
15.891 


10.00 

14.40 


2% 
3 


1 
1 


11.359 

15.468 


10.00 
14.40 




No. 3 Line Globe and Angle Valves 

Low Pressure Composition Disc. 100 Lb. Pressure 

The Composition Disc makes this valve serviceable on either hot or cold water lines. It is designed for low pressure work where a renew- 
able composition disc would be more satisfactory than a brass disc valve. 




GLOBE 



ANGLE 





No. in 


wt. Pkgr. 


List 




No. in 


wt. Pkgr. 


List 


ize 


Pkgr. 


Lbs. 


Each 


Size 


Pkgr. 


Lbs. 


Each 


% 


6 


3.218 


$ .92 


% 


6 


3.250 


$ .92 


V2 


6 


4.468 


1.15 


% 


6 


4.250 


1.15 


% 


6 


6.875 


1.46 


% 


6 


6.156 


1.46 


I 


4 


6.875 


2.00 


1 


6 


9.906 


2.00 



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No. 10 Line Globe and Angle Valves 

Jenkins Type 
Composition Disc. 150 Lb. W. S. Pressure 

All parts of No. 10 Line Valves are interchangeable with corresponding sizes of Jenkins Bros. Standard Pattern Valves. 



GLOBE 



ANGLE 




Size 


No. in 


Wt. Fkg-. 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 


Size 


No. in 
FkgT. 


Wt. FkgT. 
Lbs. 


List 

Each 


% 


6 
6 
6 


5.445 
5.309 
6.059 


$ 1. 10 
1.10 
1.25 


k 


6 

6 
6 


5.160 

5.688 
5.957 


$ 1.10 
1.10 
1.25 


1 


6 

4 
3 


9.093 
9.343 
9.813 


1.60 
2.20 
2.80 




6 
4 
3 


8.906 
9.063 

9.750 


1.60 

2.20 
2.80 


VA 

V/2 

2 


2 
1 
1 


9.563 

6.750 
11.063 


4.00 
5.50 
8.75 


1% 

2 


2 
2 

1 


9.500 
13.188 
10.563 


4.00 
5.50 
8.75 


2Y2 

3 


1 
1 


17.250 
27.563 


15.75 
22.00 


2% 
3 


1 
1 


16,656 

25,500 


15.75 
22.00 




No. 1 1 Line, Union Bonnet Globe and Angle Valves 

Standard Pattern — 150 Lbs. Working Steam Pressure — O-B Composition Disc 

Bronze parts are made of highest quality steam bronze. Bonnet Union Nut and Packing Nut are of malleable iron. Regularly fitted with 
O-B Composition Discs for steam service. Discs for cold water, air and other special services will be furnished if so ordered. Hand wheel is 
made of malleable iron and is of the non-heating type. 






GLOBE VALVES 






ANGLE VALVES 




Size 


No. in 


Wt. Fig". 
Lbs. 


List 

Each 


Size 


No. in 
Fkff, 


Wt. Fkg\ 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 


V2 


6 
6 
6 


5.309 

6.059 
9.093 


$ 1.10 
1.25 
1.60 


y 4 


6 
6 
6 


5.688 

5.957 
8.906 


$ 1.10 
1.25 
1.60 


1 

l!4 


4 

3 
2 


9.343 
9.813 
9.563 


2.20 

2.80 
4.00 


i 


4 
3 
2 


9.063 

9.750 
9.500 


2.20 
2.80 
4.00 


2 

2 ] /> 


1 
1 
1 


6.750 

11.063 
17.250 


5.50 

8.75 

15.75 


2 

2% 


2 
1 
1 


13.188 
10.563 
16.656 


5.50 

8.75 

15.75 




27.563 



22.00 



25.500 



22.00 



No. 15 Line Globe and Angle Valves 

Special Composition Disc. 125 Lb. W. S. Pressure 

Adaptable to either hot or cold water. They will give the finest service at pressures up to 125 lbs. Discs of composition, proved right for 
the most exacting service and all valves are supplied with packing when shipped. 




GLOBE 



ANGLE 



Size 


No. in 


Wt. PkfiT. 
Lbs. 


List 

Each 


Size 


No. in 
Fkg\ 


Wt. Fkg\ 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 


% 


6 
6 
6 


5.309 
6.059 
7.371 


$ 1.10 
1.25 
1.60 


% 

V2 


6 

6 
6 


5.688 

5.996 
6.383 


$ 1.10 
1.25 
1.60 


1 

«4 


4 
3 
2 


7.629 
7.789 
7.406 


2.20 
2.80 
4.00 


1 

VA 


4 
3 
2 


6535 
7.097 
6.730 


2.20 
2.80 
4.00 


1% 

2 " 
2% 


1 
1 
1 


5.343 

8.406 
17.250 


5.50 
8.75 

15.75 


2 

2'/ 2 


1 
1 
1 


4.805 

8.074 

16.656 


5.50 

8.75 

15.75 



22.406 



22.00 



20.250 



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22.00 



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125 



Flexitite Gate Valves 

Gate valves are intended for use where a full pressure, unobstructed flow, or a complete 
shut-off is desired. If full pressure is unnecessary, and a regulated flow is required, a globe 
or angle type valve is more desirable. 

Gate valves which shut off tight on steam, water, air, gasoline, gas, oil, and vacuum 
systems were one of those so-called impossibilities until the advent of the Flexitite principle. 
This is a design which does insure absolutely tight gate valves. 

Flexitite Disc and Assembly 

The Flexitite Disc, as illustrated in detail, is a one-piece casting. It is hollow on the inside 
with the exception of two posts which join the two faces. A saw slot around the edge intro- 
duces a slight flexibility in the disc. This flexibility insures a perfect contact between both 
sides of the disc and the seats when the valve is closed. 

The up and down movement is guided by a milled slot in the sides of the disc, which engages corresponding ribs on the inside of the 
body. This feature keeps the disc centered and prevents it dragging across and scoring the valve seats. 

The one-piece construction insures maximum strength and precision of operation. 

The Flexitite Disc is an exclusive Ohio Brass feature. 




No. 20 Line Gate Valves 



No. 21 Line Gate Valves 








Patented 






125 Lb 


, W. S. Pressure 






Non-Rising Stem 




Size 


No. in 
Fkg\ 


wt. Pkgr. 

Lbs. 


List 
Each 




6 
6 
6 


4.839 
4.500 
4.593 


$ 1.45 
1.45 

1.45 


1 


6 
6 

4 


5.773 
8.718 

8.468 


1.65 
2.05 

2.80 


VA 

2 


2 
2 

1 


5.863 
8.062 
6.488 


3.70 
5.00 
7.30 


2% 
3 


1 
1 


11.375 
15.625 


13.00 

19.00 








Patented 






125 Lb 


. W. S. Pressure 






Rising Stem 




Size 


No. in 
Fkg\ 


Wt. Fkg-. 
Lbs. 


List 

Each 


% 
l/ 2 


6 
6 
6 


4.562 
4.687 
5.937 


$1.45 
1.45 

1.65 


1 

VA 


4 
3 
3 


6.000 

6.781 
10.187 


2.05 

2.80 
3.70 


Vk 

2 

2Vo 


1 
1 
1 


4.500 
7.437 

12.718 


5.00 

7.30 

13.00 


3 


1 


17.812 


19.00 






No. 22 Line Gate Valves 



No. 25 Line Gate Valves 




I s 1 







Patented 






150 Lb 


W. S. Pressure 






Non-Rising Stem 




Size 


No. in 
Fig". 


Wt. Fkgr. 
Lbs. 


List 

Each 




6 
6 
6 


9^666 


$ 1.45 
1.45 
1.65 


1 

VA 


6 
4 
2 


12.906 

12.996 

9.624 


2.05 
2.80 
3.70 


m 

2 
2% 


2 

1 
1 


13.906 
11.281 


5.00 

7.30 

13.00 








Patented 






100 Lb 


. W. S. Pressure 






Non-Rising Stem 




Size 


No. in 
Fkg\ 


Wt. Fkg-. 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 


% 


6 
6 

6 


4.500 
4.593 
5.238 


$ 1.45 

1.45 
1.65 


1 

VA 


6 
4 
2 


7.059 
7.097 
4.972 


2.05 
2.80 
3.70 


VA 
2 

2¥i 


2 
2 

1 


6.824 
7.793 
9.718 


5.00 

7.30 
13.00 



19.00 



13.71* 



19.00 



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Brass Check Valves 

No. 1 LINE CHECK VALVES— 125 LB. PRESSURE 

Rugged, long service giving Valves. Designed to withstand severe requirements without complaint. The Swing Check Valve may be 
installed either in a horizontal or vertical position. 



I* t 



IS 

f ■ 






HORIZC 


INTAL CHECJ 


r 




VERTICAL CHECK 






SWING CHECK 






No. in 


Wt. Pkg. 


List 




No. in 


Wt. Pig". 


List 




No. in 


wt. pkg-. 

Lbs. 


List 


Size 


Pkg. 


Lbs. 


Each 


Size 


Pkg. 


Lbs. 


Each 


Size 


Pkg. 


Each 


% 


6 


1.222 


$ .65 


% 


6 


1.625 


$ .72 


v 4 


6 


2.863 


$ 1.80 


w 


6 


1.719 


.65 


% 


6 


1.875 


.77 


% 


6 


2.508 


1.80 


% 


6 


2.184 


.70 


¥2 


6 


2.788 


1.00 


% 


6 


3.246 


2.00 


% 


6 


3.176 


.90 


% 


6 


4.500 


1.26 


% 


6 


5.488 


2.25 


\ 


6 


8.250 


1.15 


1 


6 


7.152 


1.80 


1 


6 


8.844 


2.80 


1 


6 


9.375 


1.60 


1% 


4 


6.035 


2.52 


m 


4 


8.156 


3.65 


VA 


4 


8.922 


2.25 


iy 2 


2 


4.538 


3.50 


1% 


2 


5.144 


4.75 


1V 2 


2 


6.187 


3.15 


2 


2 


7.933 


5.30 


2 


2 


8.750 


6.75 


2 


2 


9.812 


4.75 


zy% 


1 


6.000 


10.00 


2% 


1 


9.875 


15.00 


21/2 


1 


9.906 


9.00 


3 


1 


8.187 


14.40 


3 


1 


13.062 


24.00 


3 


1 


14.234 


13.00 



















No. 2 LINE CHECK VALVES— 100 LB. PRESSURE 

The Ohio Brass No. 2 Line of Valves is essentially the same as the No. 1 Line. They are competition valves, but are made without sacri- 
ficing the fine points of Ohio Brass Manufacture. 



«fe 




,!<r L, 











VERTICAL CHECK 












Size 


HORIZONTAL CHECK 

No. in Wt. Pkg*. 
Fkg*. Lbs. 


List 

Each 


Size 

% 


No. in 
Pkg*. 

6 
6 
6 


Wt. Pkg. 
Lbs. 

1.449 
1.867 
2.613 


List 
Each 

$ .72 
.77 

1.00 


Size 


SWING CHECK 

No. in Wt. Pkg". 
Pkg. Lbs. 


List 
Each 


% 


6 1.109 
6 1.547 
6 2.031 


$ .65 
.65 

.70 


1 

1% 


6 
6 
4 


4.133 
6.527 
5.645 


1.26 
1.80 
2.52 


% 

y 2 


6 
6 
6 


2.582 

2.387 
3.113 


$ 1.80 
1.80 
2.00 


l 


6 2.988 
6 4.726 
6 7.574 


.90 
1.15 
1.60 


1% 

2 " 


2 

2 


3.957 
7.020 


3.50 

5.30 


1 
1% 


6 
6 
4 


4.680 
7.445 
7.207 


2.25 
2.80 
3.65 


«4 

1% 

2 


4 7.837 
2 5.391 
2 8.843 


2.25 
3.15 
4.75 




1 


A 




1% 
2 


2 
2 


4.492 
7.418 


4.75 
6.75 


2% 
3 


1 8.781 

1 11.453 


9.00 

13.00 


Size 


BALL CHECK 

No. in Wt. Pkg. 
Pkg. Lbs. 


List 
Each 
















% 


6 
6 


1.547 

2.031 


$ .65 
.70 











No. 10 LINE CHECK VALVE 

Adaptable to either hot or cold water. They will give the finest service at pressures up to 150 lbs. Discs of composition proved right for 
the most exacting service. * 



HORIZONTAL CHECK 



HORIZONTAL CHECK 



ize 


No. in 
Pkg. 


Wt. Pkg. 
Lbs. 


List 
Each 




6 
6 
6 


3.351 

4.339 
8.563 


$ 1.10 
1.20 
1.30 


I 


6 
6 


9.843 
13.843 


1.90 
2.60 




Size 

iy 2 

2 

2% 

3 



No, in 
Pkg. 

4 

4 
1 



Wt. Pkg. 
Lbs. 

13.718 

20.000 

8.718 

13.500 

23.031 



List 
Each 

3.60 

5.00 
7.50 

13.50 

21.00 



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127 



Tioga" Compression Stops 

With Stuffing Box 



1 ^p 






Female Iron Pipe— List Each. 








No. 
CI 


Type 

Globe 
Angle 




% Vz 
$ .45 $ .45 
.45 


% 
$ .52 

.52 


1 
$1.21 


>^*oJH 








STOP & WASTE 






C-l 


No. 
C-2 
C-2 


Type 

Globe 

With Union End 


% Vz 

$ .48 $ .48 
.76 


% 
$ .55 
.97 


1 

$1.30 


Compression Stop 
Glooe Type 















C-35 
Lever Handle Stop 




G-201 
Plat Head Key 



S-l 




C-2 

Compression Stop & 

Waste Globe Type 




Ground Key Water Stops 

Extra Grade No. 2 Patent Cap, Adjustable Handle 
Flatway Stop. 

Female Iron Pipe — List Per Dozen. 



$20.40 

21.00 

1 

$52.80 
54.00 



H 

$21.00 

21.60 

$89.40 
91.20 



$29.40 
30.00 

1% 

$149.40 
152.40 



% 
$36.00 
36.60 
2 

$258.00 
264.00 




C-37 
Lever Handle Stop & 

Waste 



Standard Pattern Flatway Brass Gas Stops 

Female — Less Check Pin— List Each 






• 



No. 


V* 


% 


Vz 


% 




G-201 


$1,35 


$1.45 


$1.55 


$1,80 




G-203 


1.35 


1.45 


1.55 


1.80 




G-205 


1.35 


1.45 


1.55 


1.80 




G-207 


1.50 


1.60 


1.70 


1.95 




G-215 






1.85 


2.10 




No. 


1 


Wa 


iy 2 


2 




G-201 


$2.30 


$3.25 


$5.15 


$8.55 




G-203 


2.30 


3.25 


5.15 


8.55 




G-205 


2.30 


3.25 


5.15 


8.55 




G-207 
G-215 


2.50 

2.70 


3.60 
3.85 


5.60 

5.90 


9.15 
9.55 


G-203 
Tee Head Key 





G-205 
Square Head Key 




G-215 
Flat Head Key 
Lock Wing" 



Steam Cock Square Head Key 



No. 
S-l 



Steam Cocks 

Standard Flat Head or Square Head 

Can also be supplied with Iron Lever Handle 

Female Iron Pipe — List Each 

Vz % 1 IH iy 2 

$1.25 $1.70 $2.35 $3.70 $4,85 




2 

$7.30 



G-207 
Solid Lever Handle Key 



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Corporation Stops 

I. P. S. THREADS 




C-2100 FLAT HEAD 
STRAIGHT WAY 

Sizes V2 n , 3/4", 1", li/ 2 ", 2" 




C-2200 EXTRA HEAVY OVAL 
WAY CURB 

Sizes V2", 3/4", 1", Wz", 2" 



Corporation Stops 

FOR COPPER SERVICE PIPE 




C-2I1QLOCK WING 
STRAIGHT WAY 

Sizes V2" , 3 /4", 1", Vh" , 2" 



C-2701 INLET Iron Pipe Thread 

Outlet Copper Service Pipe same size as 
Corporation Stops. 




C-2724 FLAT HEAD CURB 

with Copper Tube Inlet 
Sizes 1/2", 3/4" 




Service Pipe Fittings 

Adapters for Lead Flange Corporation Stops 





C-2738 ADAPTER 

For Lead Flange Corporation Cock. 



C-2739 STRAIGHT CONNECTION 

For Lead Flange Corporation Stop. 



C-2740 STRAIGHT CONNECTION 

Less Corporation Stop Coupling Nut. 




C-2758 EIGHT BEND-COPPER 

SERVICE PIPE and Inside Thread 

for Iron Pipe. 

The above list does not show all the available types of stops, cocks, and fittings. 

Your inquiries for fittings in this line receive prompt and careful attention. Prices quoted upon request. 

Silicon Bronze — the new metal that has superior corrosion resistant qualities as well as 
tensile strength. Ask us about Silicon Bronze. See Index for listing. 



a very high 



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129 



Standard Brass Pipe Fittings 




Elbow 90 








Elbow 45 



Street Elbow 90° Street Elbow 45 



Tee 



Cross 



Coupling 




Reducing Coupling Bushing, Regular Faced Bushing Plug, Regular Plug, Countersunk 



Locknut 



Return Bend 



STANDARD BRASS FITTINGS 

Working Pressure — 125 Pounds Steam; 150 Founds Water— Flat Bead 
All Fittings Air Tested Under Water 



size Inches 

Elbows, 90° $ 


4 /8 

.12 


$ .15 


$ .20 


Elbows, Reducing 




.19 


.25 


Elbows, 45°. _ 


.16 


.20 


.25 


Elbows, Street, 90°.... 


.25 


.27 


.33 


Elbows, Street, 45°.. 






.33 


Elbows, Drop, Female 






.35 


.Tees 

^Tees, Reducing 


.17 


.21 


.28 




.25 


.35 


Tees, Drop, Single Ear 






.43 


Crosses 

'Crosses, Reducing.... 


.25 


.30 


.40 




.38 


.50 


Couplings 


.10 
.13 


.13 
.17 


17 


Couplings, R. & L 


.22 


TBell Reducers 




.15 
.10 


20 


f Bushings, Regular 


.12 


fBushings, Faced 




.12 


.15 


Plugs, Regular 


.08 


.10 


.12 


Plugs, Solid 






.18 


Plugs, Countersunk.. 








Caps 


.10 


.13 


.16 


Locknuts... 


.10 


.10 


.12 


Return Bends, Close.. 








Return Bends, Open.. 








Wyes 






.60 



H 

B -28 
.35 
,31 
.48 
.48 
.45 
.40 
.50 
.57 
.55 
.70 
.25 
.30 
.28 
.15 
.19 
.15 
.22 
.22 
.20 
.15 
.70 
.80 
.75 



List Prices — Each 

Rough — For Iron Pipe 
% l 1*4 1% 



$ .40 
.50 
.40 
.63 
.63 
.65 
.55 
.70 
.80 
.80 
1.00 
.37 
.45 
.40 
.22 
.27 
.20 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.20 
1.00 
1.10 
1.10 



$ .63 

.80 

.63 

.85 

.85 

1.05 

.85 

1.05 

1.25 

1.25 

1.55 

.55 

.70 

.60 

.35 

.44 

.30 

.45 

.45 

.42 

.28 

1.25 

1.40 

1.65 



$ .90 

1.10 

.90 

1.50 

1.50 

1.50 

1.25 

1.55 

1.85 

1.80 

2.25 

.80 

1.00 

.90 

.50 

.62 

.45 

.80 

.65 

.60 

.40 

1.80 

2.15 

2.50 



$1.20 

1.50 

1.20 

2.00 

2.00 

2.00 

1.70 

2.10 

2.50 

2.40 

3.00 

1.00 

1.30 

1.10 

.70 

.87 

.60 

1.20 

.90 

.80 

.55 

2.50 

3.00 

3.30 



2 

$2.00 
2.50 
2.00 
3.25 
3.25 
3.40 
2.80 
3.50 
4.20 
4.00 
5.00 
1.60 
2.00 
1.75 
1.00 
1.25 

.95 
1.90 
1.40 
1.25 

.80 
4.25 
4.75 
5.50 



sy 2 

$3.50 
4.25 
3.50 
6.00 



3 

6.00 

7.50 

6.00 

10.00 



3*/ 2 



6 



& 8.00 $10.00 $25.00 $40.00 

10.00 12.50 30.00 50.00 

8.00 10.00 25.00 40.00 



6.00 


10.00 










5.00 


8.50 


11.00 


14.00 


35.00 


52.00 


6.25 


10.50 


14.00 


17.50 


44.00 


65.00 


7.00 


12.00 


16.00 


20.00 


50.00 


80.00 


8.75 


15.00 


20.00 


25.00 


63.00 


100.00 


2.50 


3.50 


5.25 


7.00 


15.00 


23.00 


3.10 


4.50 










2.75 


4.00 


6.00 


8.00 


19.00 


29.00 


1.50 


2.50 


3.75 


5.00 


12.00 


18.00 


1.85 


3.10 


4.75 


6.25 






1.50 


2.25 


3.75 


5.00 


8.00 


12.00 


3.00 


4.50 


7.50 


10.00 


15.00 


23.00 


2.25 


3.40 




7.50 






2.50 


3.50 


5.50 


7.00 


15.00 


23.00 


1.75 


2.75 


4.00 


5.00 


8.00 


12.00 


7.00 


10.00 










8.25 


11.00 










9.50 


16.00 


21.00 


26.00 










tAll Fittings reducing more than two sizes add 25%. 



EXTRA HEAVY BRASS FITTINGS 



Size .Inche« V A 

Elbows, 93°..- $ .33 

f Elbows, Reducing 

Elbows, 45° 45 

Elbows, R. & L 

Tees 

-j-Tees, Reducing 

Crosses 

^Crosses, Reducing 

Couplings 

Return Bends, Close 

Return Bends, Open 

Wyes 



90 



% 

5 .45 
.55 
.55 
.55 
.60 
.70 
.90 
1.10 
.50 



1.10 



Iron Pipe Size 
Working Pressure 250 Pounds- 



-Steam 



List Pricas — Each 



Cast Iron Pattern- 



H 

$ .65 

.75 

.75 

.75 

.90 

1.05 

1.30 

1.50 

.70 

1.65 

1.80 

1.50 



f All Fittings reducing more than two sizes add 25%. 



% 

$1.00 
1.20 
1.10 
1.20 
1.35 
1.55 
2.00 
2.40 
1.10 
2.50 
2.75 
2.50 



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-Rough, 
1 

$1.50 
1.80 
1.65 
1.80 
2.00 
2.30 
3,00 
3.60 
1.65 
3.50 
4.00 
3.50 



For Iron Pipe 
l l /4 1H 



$2.25 
2.60 
2.50 
2.60 
3.00 
3.50 
4.50 
5.25 
2.25 
5.00 
5.50 
5.50 



$3.00 
3.50 
3.25 
3.50 
4.00 
4.50 
6.00 
7.00 
3.00 
7.00 
8.00 
7.25 



2 

$ 4.50 

5.25 

4.50 

5.25 

6.00 

6.75 

9.00 

10.50 

4.50 

10.00 

11.00 

11.00 



2i/ 2 

$ 8.00 

9.00 

8.00 

9.00 

10.75 

12.00 

16.00 

18.00 

7.00 

16.00 

18.00 

19.00 



$11.25 
13.00 
11.25 
13.00 
15.00 
17.00 
22.50 
26.00 
10.00 
22.00 
25.00 
27.00 



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9*ft 

516.00 

19.00 
16.00 



22.00 

25.00 
28.00 
32.00 
13.00 
30.00 
35.00 
33.00 



$22.00 
25.00 
22.00 



30.00 
35.00 
37.00 
42.00 
17.00 
40.00 
45.00 
45.00 



a 






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Brass Unions 

Iron Pipe Size — Ground Joint — Octagon and Hexagon 
Standard (For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure) 

y 4 % Y 2 % 1 1% l 1 ^ 2 2% 3 3i/ 2 

$.50 $.65 $.85 $1.15 $1.60 $2.25 $2.70 $4.00 $7.50 $11.50 $20.00 

.55 .75 .95 1.30 1.75 2.50 3.00 4.50 8.25 12.75 22.50 

Extra Heavy Brass Unions — Rough 

250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure. 

Size, inch i/ 8 % % i/ 2 % 1 1% Wz 2 2V_ 

List Price, each $ .85 $1.10 $1.40 $1.60 $1.85 $3.00 $4.00 $5.25 $7.50 



Size, inches Vs 

Rough — Octagon $.40 

Semi-Finished — Hexagon. .45 



Size 

% 
% 

% 

!_ 

% 
1 

m 

2 

Vh 

3 

3i/ 2 

4 

4Vo 

5 

6 



Size 

%» 

w 

1 " 
Vfir 
\vr 

2 " 

2W 



Length 
Close 

% 
7 /s 
1 

IVs 

1% 

1% 

1% 

1% 

2 

2% 

2% 

2% 

3 
3 

3% 

3% 



Close 

$ .70 
.70 
.95 
1.00 
1.35 
1.45 
1.85 
2.15 
2.70 
4.90 
5.95 



Close 

3 .11 
.13 
.15 

.23 
.28 
.37 
.60 

.70 
1.00 
1.70 
2.50 
4.00 
4.75 
5.50 
8.50 
11.50 



Short 

$ .75 
.80 
1.05 
1.10 
1.45 
1.60 
2.20 
2.50 
2.95 
5.40 
6.35 



I 1 /. 

.13 

.16 

.19 

.25 



Brass Nipples — Iron Pipe Sizes 

length Nipples (longer than close) Inches 

2 2Y Z 3 3Y Z 4 4H 5 

$ .15 $ .17 $ .19 $ .21 $ .23 $ .25 $ .27 

.19 .22 .25 .28 .31 .34 .37 

.23 .27 .31 .35 .39 .43 .47 

.30 .35 .40 .45 .50 ,55 .60 



.35 
.44 



.42 

.53 

.75 

,90 

1.20 



.49 
.62 
.88 
1.05 
1.40 
2.00 
2.90 



.56 
.71 
1.01 
1.20 
1.60 
2.30 
3.30 



.63 

.80 

1.14 

1.35 

1.80 
2.60 
3.70 
5.40 
6.15 
7.20 



Stainless Steel Nipples — Iron Pipe Sizes 



.70 

.89 

1.27 

1.50 

2.00 

2.90 

4.10 

6.00 

6.85 

8.05 

10.60 

14.10 



ALLEGHENY METAL 



2" 

$ .80 

.85 

1.10 

1.15 



3" 

$ .90 
.95 
1.25 
1.35 
1.65 
1.90 
2.40 
2.70 
3.25 



4" 

$1.00 
1.10 
1.35 
1.50 
1.90 
2.20 
2.80 
3.15 
3.75 
6.35 
7.50 



5" 

$1.10 
1.20 
1.50 
1.70 
2.10 
2.50 
3.20 
3.60 
4.30 
7.30 
8.60 



6" 

$1.20 
1.30 
1.65 
1.90 
2.30 
2.80 
3.60 
4.05 
4.85 
8.25 
9.70 



Aluminum Pipe Fittings 



Elbows 90° 

Elbows 45° 

Ells, Side Outlet- 

Ells, Street 

Tees 

Couplings 

Caps..... 

Unions 

Plugs.. 

Nipples, Close 

Lock Nuts 

Floor Flanges, Drilled.. 

Bushings '. 

Crosses 

Gate Valves 



Va 



% 



Showing Stock Sizes. 



7" 

B 1.30 
1.45 
1.80 
2.05 
2.55 
3.10 
4.00 
4.50 
5.40 
9.25 
10.85 



I 1 /. 



.77 

.98 

1.40 

1.65 

2.20 

3.20 

4.50 

6.60 

7.55 

8.90 

11.65 

15,40 



8" 

& 1.40 
1.55 
1.90 

2.25 
2.75 
3.40 
4.40 
4.90 
5.90 
10.20 
11.95 



IVz 



SVz 
$ .29 

.40 

.51 

.65 

.84 

1.07 

1.53 

1.80 

2.40 

3.50 

4.90 

7.20 

8.25 

9.75 

12.70 

16.70 



9" 

$ 1.50 
1.70 

2.05 
2.45 
3.00 
3.70 
4.80 
5.35 
6.45 
11.15 
13.00 



Cast Brass Flanges 

Tank — Floor — Socket 



4 

$27.00 

30.00 



6 

$ .31 

.43 

.55 

.70 

.91 

1.16 

1.66 

1.95 

2.60 

3.80 

5.30 

7.80 

8.95 

10.60 

13.75 

18.00 



10" 

$ 1.60 
1.80 
2.20 
2.60 
3.20 
4.00 
5.20 
5.80 
7.00 
12.10 
14.20 







LIGHT 








HEAVY 




Finished 


Rough 


Finished 


1 




Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Per 


Size 


Each 


Doz. 


Each 


Doz. 


Each 


Doz. 


Each 


y* 


$ .36 


$ 4.00 


$ .30 


$ 3.20 


$ .56 


$ 6.50 


$ .50 


% 


.40 


4.50 


.32 


3.60 


.60 


6.80 


.52 


% 


.44 


4.80 


.36 


3.84 


.64 


6.90 


.60 


v 2 


.50 


5.30 


.40 


4.40 


.68 


7.00 


.64 


% 


.60 


6.00 


.50 


5.50 


.76 


8.50 


.72 


1 


.70 


7.40 


.60 


6.00 


.90 


9.50 


.80 


m 


.80 


8.00 


.70 


7.00 


1.10 


12.00 


1.00 


\y% 


1.00 


10.00 


.80 


8.00 


1.50 


16.00 


1.30 


2 


1.40 


15.00 


1.20 


12.50 


2.00 


20.00 




2% 


1.80 


18.00 


1.50 


16.00 


3.30 


36.00 




3 


2.80 


28.00 


2.40 


24.00 








31/0 


3.20 


32.00 


2.70 


30.00 








4 


4.00 


38.00 


3.50 


36.00 












Rough 



Per 

Doz. 

$ 6.00 
6.30 
6.40 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
10.00 
13.00 



Size 

y_ 
1 

1!4 


Trap Screws 

Square Head or With Ears 

List Price List Price 
Per Dozen Each 

$ 1.80 $ .15 
2.40 .20 
3.00 .25 
3.60 .30 


1% 

2 
2i/o 

3 


4.20 .35 

7.20 .60 

12.00 1.00 

15.00 1.25 


314 
4 
5 
6 


18.00 1.50 
21.00 1.75 
27.00 2.25 
42.00 3.50 



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Stainless Steel Fittings— Iron Pipe Sizes 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

y 8 " 

Elbows— 90° $1.05 

Elbows — 45° 1.20 

Elbows, Street — 90° 1.40 

Tees 1.55 

Laterals & Crosses ... 2.15 

Caps 80 

Plugs 75 

Couplings 1.05 

Bushings 

Unions 4,00 

Lock Nuts.. ... 80 

Return Bends — (Close Pattern) 

Open Pattern, add 10%. 

Reducing Elbows, Tees, Laterals, Crosses, and Couplings, add 15% to price of largest standard 

Stainless Steel Valves, page 122. 

Stainless Steel Flanges — Iron Pipe Sizes 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Price Each 
Sizes — IPS x Outside Diameter 









Price Each 
















%" 


%" 


w 


¥*» 


1" 


l%" 


IK" 


2" 


2^" 


3" 


4" 


$1.15 


$1.20 


$1.35 


$1.75 


$2.15 


$2.85 


$ 3.45 


$ 5.00 


$ 8.80 


$11.20 


$15.70 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


1.95 


2.35 


3.20 


3.80 


5.55 


9.25 


11.75 


16.55 


1.45 


1.60 


1,75 


2.25 


2.95 


3.80 


4.60 


6.75 


11.75 


14.95 


20.95 


1.65 


1.75 


1.95 


2.55 


3.20 


4.00 


5.00 


6.95 


11.60 


16.25 


21.05 


2.25 


2.40 


2.65 


3.45 


4.25 


5.75 


6.95 


10.00 


17.60 


22.40 


31.45 


.95 


LOO 


1.20 


1.45 


1.75 


2.40 


3.00 


4.00 


6.40 


8.25 


11.75 


.80 


.85 


1.00 


1.15 


1.35 


1.75 


2.15 


2.80 


3.85 


5.85 


9.45 


1.15 


1.20 


1.35 


1.75 


2.00 


2.35 


3.05 


4.00 


6.65 


9.20 


12.80 


1.20 


1.20 


1.20 


1.60 


1.85 


2.65 


3.20 


4.55 


6.95 


9.60 


13.05 


4.25 


4.40 


4.65 


5.55 


7.20 


9.05 


10.95 


14.15 


22.95 


31.85 


46.40 


.80 


.95 


1.05 


1.20 


L55 


2.00 


2.25 


2.95 


4.05 


6.15 


8.55 






2.65 


3.45 


4.55 


6.80 


7.65 


11.20 


17.60 


26.40 


36.80 



size. Stainless Steel Pipe, page 43. 



Kx3 



Companion Flanges .....$3.75 

Blind Flanges 4.00 

Expanded Type "Lovekin" Flanges 4.60 

Reducing Flanges priced as standard flanges of the largest size. 
Extra Heavy Flanges—Prices on application. 



%«3% 

$4.25 
4.65 
5.20 



1x414 1*4x4% 

$4.40 $5.20 
4.80 5.75 

5.40 6.40 



Welding Flanges.. 



y 8 " 

..$1.90 



$2.05 



$2.25 



$2.40 



3 A" 
$2.65 



1H*5 

$6.40 
6.95 
7.65 



1" 

$3.20 



2x6 

$8.00 
8.65 
9.60 



IK" 

$3.45 



2^x7 

$10.40 
11.20 
12.05 



1H" 

$3.75 



3x7 1/ 2 

$12.55 
13.60 
14.55 



4x9 5x10 

$17.60 $20.25 

18.80 21.85 

20.15 23.60 



2" 

$4.65 



2 »/ 2 " 

$5.25 



3" 

$6.75 



6x11 

$23.35 
25.45 
27.65 



4" 

$9.40 



Stainless Steel Flanged Fittings— Iron Pipe Sizes 



Elbow— 90° 

Elbow— 45° 

Elbow— 90° (Long Radius).. 

Reducer 

Tee 

Cross 

Lateral 



1" 

..$ 9.00 
.. 8.65 
.. 11.20 
.. 9.00 
.. 13.40 
.. 18.00 
.. 15.75 



ALLEGHENY METAL 

Price Each 



Reducing Elbows, Tees 
Prices on application. 




No. 591 




I 1 /*" 1H" 2" 2^2" 3" 4" 5" 6" 8" 10" 

$9.60 $12.55 $16.00 $20.15 $25.20 $35.85 $46.80 $57.60 $86.65 $126 00 

9.45 12.15 15.35 19.45 24.25 35.20 45.45 55.45 82.65 118 00 

14.00 15.00 20.00 24.60 31.00 49.60 57.20 76.40 115.20 176 80 

9.60 12.55 16.00 20.15 25.20 35.85 46.80 57.60 86.65 126.00 

14.40 18.80 24.00 30.20 37.80 53.80 70.20 86.40 130.00 188 00 

19.20 25.05 32.00 40.25 50.40 71.73 93.60 115.20 173.35 252.00 

16.80 21.95 23.00 35.35 44.00 62.65 81.80 100.80 151.67 220.40 

Laterals, and Crosses take the same list as standard fitting of largest opening. Extra Heavy Flanged Fittings— 

Brass Railing Fittings 

Polished Cast Brass 

Threaded to fit IPS Brass Pipe or to slip O. D. Tubing 

mim mma Price Each 

Pipe Size % 1 n/. n /o 

No. TuolnffSize 1 Iy 4 J# ff 

590 Elbow $ .60 $ .80 $1.20 $1.60 

591 Elbow— Side Outlet 1.00 1.10 170 2 00 

592 Tee 85 1.10 1.70 2.00 

593 Tee— Side Outlet 1.25 1.50 2.00 2 40 



594 Cross 1.25 1.50 2.00 2.40 

595 Round Floor Flange 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 

596 Square Floor Flange .90 LOO 1.35 l 75 

597 Rail End Piece 90 1.00 1.35 1*75 

Complete Railings can be made to order. 



Stainless Steel Railing Fittings 

ALLEGHENY METAL 

Ball or Plain Pattern 



2 

2Yz 
$2.50 
3.00 
3.00 
3.50 

3.50 

3.60 
2.50 

2.50 



$3.75 
4.25 
4.25 
4.75 

4.75 
4.50 
3.50 
3.50 



No. 595 





No. 597 



No. 594 

Tubing 1 size 5%" y A » 

Elbow $1 .60 $1 .84 

Elbow— Side Outlet 1.84 2.08 

Tee 1.84 2.08 

Tee— Side Outlet 2.08 2.32 

Cross 2.08 2.32 

Cross— Side Outlet 2.32 2.56 

Round Floor Flange 1.44 1.68 

Square Floor Flange 1.80 2.08 

For Architectural Stainless Steel Tubing— 





Price Each 


For Tubing Sizes — Inc 


Va" 


1" 


$2.08 


$2.32 


2.40 


2.64 


2.40 


2.64 


2.72 


2.96 


2.72 


2.96 


3.04 


3.28 


1.84 


2.08 


2.28 


2.60 


-See page 43. 





w 

$2.56 
2.88 
2.88 
3.20 
3.20 
3.52 
2.32 
2.88 



w 


2" 


$3.28 


$4.16 


3.68 


4.64 


3.68 


4.64 


4.08 


5.12 


4.08 


5.12 


4.48 


5.60 


3.04 


3.92 


3.80 


4.92 



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Polished Brass Bar Rails 
Brackets 



Brass Door Guards 



K-i 



OR METAL Rail 




Type: -A pmcE*3gp 




Type B $3.50 Each 
Type B — modified $3.00 




7VPE.-C Price *g*» 




Type B $2.50 Bach 

Leg- D $1.50 Bach 

Type D Special $2.50 Bach 



r 4 H 




TrPL-E PmcE'^ap 




Made of V2" polished brass tubing with polished brass end sockets. 
Tubes spaced 2W apart, clearance ¥k". 

List Price Each 
Centers 2 Bar 3 Bar 4 Bar 

24" $3.50 $5.25 $7.00 

30" 3.80 5.70 7.60 

36" 4.10 6.15 8.20 

Furnished complete with screws. 
Nickel Plated or Chromium Finish Extra. 

Cast Brass and Bronze Push Bars 



5 Bar 

$ 8.75 

9,50 

10.25 




Clearance, 2 A". 



Furnished in polished or dull finish. 
Plate size 1 Va" wide. Standard length, 30" 
Furnished with wood screws. 

Brass or Bronze — List Price Each 

30" Centers 2 Bar 3 Bar 

Bar Size 3 /e"xl " $10.00 $15.00 

V 2 "x W 10.00 15.00 

i/ 2 "xl " 12.00 18.00 
Nickel Plated Brass Finish— Add 10%. 
Chromium Plated Brass Finish — Add 20%. 



on centers. 



4 Bar 

$20.00 
20.00 
24.00 



Polished Brass Grab Bars 




Made of 1" O. D. polished brass tubing with polished cast brass end 
sockets, furnished complete with screws. 

Standard size 30" centers with W clearance. Other sizes furnished on 
reguest. 
List Price Each $5.00 

Nickel Plated or Chromium Finish Extra. 



WASTE & OVERFLOWS— IPS THREAD 

List Price Each 
1" 114" 1%" 2" 

Long Pattern $2.50 $2.75 $3.25 $5.25 

Short Pattern 2.25 2.50 2.75 4.00 

WASTE WITH STANDING OVERFLOWS 

i" 114" iy 2 " 2" 

Open Top.. $4.00 $6.00 

Beehive Top... 5.00 7.00 

O. D. Tubing Size — Price Each 

Cap End $ .50 

Acorn End— Short 1.00 

Acorn End— Standard 1.00 

Acorn End — Special 



3" 

$9.00 



4" 

$20.00 



3" 



4" 




Waste & Overflow 
Short Pattern 




"Waste & Overflow 
Bon? Pattern 








Waste with 






Standing* Overflow 


!%" 


2" 


(Open T01 , 


$ .60 


$ .75 




1.25 


1.50 




1.25 


1.50 
2.50 





For Kick Plates and Push Plates see Page 50. 



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Spring Steel Cotters 














Price Per 100 












Length 
Inches 


1/16 


3/32 


1/8 


5/32 


Diameter, Inches 
3/16 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


i/a 


5/8 


1 


.035 
.045 
.055 


.04 

.053 

.065 


.055 
.075 
.090 


.120 
.145 


.170 
.205 


.340 


.530 






..... 


1% 
1% 

1% 


.065 

.075 
.095 


.078 
.090 
.103 


.110 
.125 
.145 


.170 
.195 
.220 


.240 
.275 
.310 


.400 
.460 
.520 


.620 
.710 
.805 


1.05 






2 

2% 
2% 


.105 


.115 
.155 


.160 
.200 


.245 

.270 
.295 


.345 
.380 
.415 


.580 
.640 
.700 


.900 
.990 
1.08 


1.30 


2.50 

3"6b 





3 
4 






.250 


.345 


.500 
.575 
.650 


.780 
.860 
.940 


1.17 
1.39 
1.61 


1.80 
2.05 
2.30 


3.50 
4.00 
4.50 


5.75 
6.47 

7.20 


5 
6 














1.83 


2.70 
3.10 


5.50 
6.50 


8.50 
9.80 



Length 
Inches 


i/] 


1 


.28 
.36 
.44 


m 
i% 

i% 


.52 
.60 
.76 


2 

2% 

2% 


.84 


3 

3% 

4 




5 
6 





3/32 



1/8 



.32 


.44 


.424 


.60 


.52 


.72 


.624 


.88 


.72 


LOO 


.824 


1.16 


.92 


1.28 


1.24 


1.60 


1.24 


1.60 




2.00 



Spring Brass Cotters 

Price Per 100 

Diameter, Inches 

5/32 3/16 1/4 

.96 L36 Z" 

1.16 1,64 2.72 

1.36 1.92 3.20 

1-56 2.20 3.68 

1.76 2.48 4.16 

1.96 2.76 4.64 

2.16 3.04 5.12 

2.36 3.32 5.60 

2.76 4.00 6.24 

4.60 6.80 

5.20 7.52 

11.28 
16.92 



5/16 



3/8 



i/a 



5/8 



4,24 








4.96 








5.68 


8.40 






6.44 


10.40 







7.20 


10.40 


20.00 




7.92 


10,40 


24.00 




8.64 


12.40 


24.00 




9.36 


14.40 


28.00 


46.00 


11.12 


16.40 


32.00 


51.80 


12.88 


18.40 


36.00 


57.60 


14.64 


21.60 


44.00 


68.00 


21.96 


24.80 


52.00 


78.40 



Stainless Steel Cotters 

18-8 Chromium-Nickel 
ALLEGHENY METAL 



Length 
Inches 

% 

1 

1% 

1% 



1/16 

$ .56 
72 

.88 

1.04 
1.20 



Price Per 100 

Diameter, Inches 
3/32 

$ .64 
.85 

1.04 
1.25 
1.44 



1/8 

$ .88 
1.20 

1.44 
1.76 
2.00 



5/32 



$1.92 

2.32 
2.72 
3.12 






Small orders as well as large receive personal attention. 



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Sash Chain 

Both Steel and Bronze 




(Actual size of No. 1) 



New No. 


Old No. 


Metal 
Thickness 


No. of 

Links per Ft. 


Tensile 

Strength 


For single sash 
weighing* not over 


8 
30 
35 


8 

1 


.035 
.028 
.035 


20 V2 

20 y* 

20 Vfe 


250 lbs. 
325 lbs. 

475 lbs. 


40 lbs. 

60 lbs. 

100 lbs. 


40 
45 
50 


2 

2A 
3 


.042 
.050 
.060 


21 

19!/2 

19 


600 lbs. 
700 lbs. 
800 lbs. 


150 lbs. 
175 lbs. 
200 lbs. 


60 
65 


4 

xxxx 


.062 
.072 


17 

13^/2 


900 lbs. 
1275 lbs. 





LIST PRICES— PER 1000 FEET 



New No. 

8 
30 

35 

40 
45 
50 

60 
65 



Old No. 

8 


1 

2 

2A 
3 

4 
XXXX 

















Phosphor Bronze 
Special 
Bronze hlg'h tensile 
(our Vulcan) Our Acme 


Lain Steel Cop'd Steel 


Sherd 
Steel 


Cop'd over 
Sher'd Steel 


Hot G-alv. 
Steel 


Cop'd over Hot 
Galv. Steel 


Brass 


$ 24.00 
26.00 
29.00 


$ 26,00 
28.00 
31.00 


$ 27.00 
29.00 
33.00 


$32.00 
34.00 
38.00 


$ 31.00 
34.00 
39.00 


$36.00 
39.00 
44.00 


$ 48.00 
52.00 
62.00 


$ 56.00 
58.00 
66.00 


$ 
76.00 
90.00 


34.00 
43.00 
45.00 


36.00 

45.00 
47.00 


39.00 
50.00 
52.00 


44.00 
55.00 
57.00 


46.00 

57.00 
59.00 


51.00 
62.00 
64.00 


72.50 
99.00 

104.00 


78.00 
106.00 . 
112.00 


110.00 
146.00 
156.00 


80.00 
100.00 


83.00 

104.00 


92.00 
116.00 




104.00 
130.00 




166.00 
196.00 


180.00 
220.130 


29aoo 



Safety Chain 



(Actual size of No. 0) 



No. 


Metal 
Thickness 


No. Links 
Per Poot 


Approximate 

Shipping* Wt. 

Per 100 Pt. 


list Price 

Brass 
Per 100 Pt. 


Net Extras 
Por N. P. 
Brass & Steel 
Per 100 Pt. 


List Price 

Steel 
Per 100 Pt. 


Net Extras 
Por Hot 
Galvanizing' 
Per 100 Pt, 


000 
00 



.015 
.018 

.023 


27 
27 
24 


1 V2 lbs. 

1 3/4 lbs. 
2^4 lbs. 


$ 3.50 
4.00 
5.00 


$ .15 
.15 
.15 


$3.00 
3.00 
3.50 


$ .20 
.20 
.20 


1 

2 
3 


.028 
.028 
.035 


20 

16^2 

16*/ 2 


3 lbs. 
3^4 lbs. 

4 lbs. 


6.25 

8.00 

10.00 


.25 
.35 
.35 


4.00 
5.00 
6.00 


.35 
.50 

.50 


4 

3 Navy 

4 Navy 


.035 
.035 
.042 


UV2 
20 l / 2 
21 


5V2lbs. 

6 lbs. 

7 lbs. 


11.50 
10.00 
11.50 


.35 
.35 
.35 


7.75 
6.00 
7.75 


.50 
.50 
.50 



Plumbers' Chain 




Plumbers' Chain has been discontinued due to its demand having practically died out. Safety Chain, which is of the same construction, is 
made in the same number of sizes, and takes the same list prices per 100 feet, as listed above and practically serves any purpose Plumbers' 
Chain has been used for. 

Do you use Seamless or Electric Welded Steel Tubing? If so, get our prices. 
Mill inquiries also solicited. 



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Single Jack Chain 



Double Jack Chain 



(Actual size No. 12) 



Approximate list Prices 
Wire Links Per 100 Pt. 

Size Per Pt. Iron Brass 



5 


.207 


8 3 /4 


$5.50 


$35.00 


* 6 


.192 


9V2 


4.50 


27.75 


* 8 


.162 


11 


3.25 


18.00 


MO 


.135 


13 


2.75 


12.00 


*12 


.1055 


16 


2.25 


8.00 


*14 


.080 


19 


1.90 


5.50 


*I6 


.0625 


25 


1.65 


3.50 


*18 


.0475 


31 


1.50 


2.50 


*20 


.0348 


40 


1.50 


2.00 


*22 


.0286 


52 


1.55 


2.00 


24 


.023 


63 


1.65 


2.10 









(Actual size No. 14) 










Approximate List Prices 


NET EXTRAS 




Wire 


Links 


Per 100 Pt. 


Per 100 Feet for 


No. 


Size 


Per Pt. 


Iron 


Brass 


Nickel 
Plating* 

$1.00 

.90 
.85 


Hot 

G-alv 

$1.50 
1.50 
1.40 


*10 


.135 


21 


$3.25 


$16.75 


.70 


1.25 


*12 


.1055 


26 


2.50 


11.00 


.50 


1.00 


*14 


.080 


33 


2.10 


7.C0 


.35 


.75 


*16 


.0625 


38 


1.85 


4.50 


.30 


.50 


*18 


.0475 


43 


1.65 


3.25 


.20 


.35 


*20 


.0348 


60 


1.65 


2.50 


.10 




*22 


.0286 


70 


1.75 


2.25 


.10 




*24 


.023 


86 


1.85 


2.50 


.10 





Ladder Chain 








(Actual size No. 


19) 






Wire Sizes 




List Prices 






Ladder & 




Per 100 Pt. 




No. 


Sprocket 


Iron 


Hig-h Tensile 


Bras 


12 


.1055 


$13.50 


$20.25 


$29.00 


14A 


.080 


8.00 


12.00 


16.00 


14B 


.080 


7.00 


10.50 


14.00 


15 


.072 


5.25 


7.85 


10.50 


16 


.0625 


3.50 


5.25 


8.00 


17 


.054 


3.00 


4.50 


5.50 


18 


.0475 


2.75 


4.10 


4.75 


19A 


.041 


2.50 


3.75 


4.00 


19B 


.041 


3.50 


5.25 


6.25 


20A 


.0348 


3.50 


5.25 


6.25 


20B 


.0348 


4.50 


6.75 


8.50 


22 


.0286 


4.50 


6.75 


8.50 



Bead Chain 

Nickel or Chromium Plated 
No. 10 tV Dia. Beads 

BRASS EIGHT HOOKS 






(Actual size 


No. 


5) 




Size No. 


Per Gross 


Net Extra N. F 


1 


$2.25 




$ 


.08 


2 


1.80 






.08 


3 


1.50 






.08 


4 


1.30 






.08 


5 


1.10 






.08 


6 


.90 






.08 


7 


.85 






.08 



Hendrick Perforated Metal Grilles 



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A Distinctive Modern Design 

HENDRICK Design Patent No. 89,624—50% Open Area 



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A Pleasing Variation of the Maltese Grille 

HENDRICK Design Patent No. 90,096—51% Open Area 



! Chromium-Nickel, Non- 



Hendrick Perforated Metal Grilles, in a wide variety of patterns, can be supplied in ALLEGHENY METAL (18 & 
magnetic Stainless Steel), bronze, aluminum, Duco finished steel or other commercially rolled metal or alloy. 

In addition to a complete range of standard designs, Hendrick grilles include many distinctive designs, quite a number of which are 
patented and exclusive with Hendrick. Those illustrated here are but two of the many distinctive designs available. 

A special catalog illustrating 72 different types of grilles, and containing complete data on perforations, open areas of various grille 
designs and other information helpful to those interested in specifying or purchasing grilles will be supplied upon request. 



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£ 



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AMERICAN BRASS <S COPPER COMPANY 




Wire Goods 



Cup Hook Without Base 



Length 
Inch 

4H1 6 



4 % 
3% 
3 % 



Mia 

2 %e 

2 9ia 

2 He 

1 % 

1 % 

1 fa 



W. & M. 

Ga. No. 


1 
2 

3 

4 
5 

6 
7 
8 

9 

10 
11 

12 
13 
14 



SCREW HOOKS— ROUND BEND 
Brass Wire 



Item No. 


Price 
Fer Gross 




$ 


1006 


6.25 


1008 


&50 


1010 


"iis 


1012 


1.50 


1014 


"loo 




Screw Hook — Round Bend 



Bright Steel 


Wire 




Price 


em No. 


Per Gross 





$4.75 


1 


4.00 


2 


3.50 


3 


2.75 


4 


2.25 


5 


2.00 


6 


1.50 


7 


1.25 


8 


1.10 


9 


1.00 


10 


.85 


11 


.75 


12 


.70 


13 


.60 


14 


.50 



Yl6 

% 

% 



3 

2 

2 

2 fa 

2V 4 
2 

Pfa 

1 fa 

1 % 

1 fa 
1 



2% 
2*fa 

2y 4 

2 

1% 

1 fa 



4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 

13 

14 



10 



SCREW HOOKS— SQUARE BEND 
Brass Wire 

1104 $11.25 



1% 

1 Vs 




12 
14 






Round Bend — 


Item No. 81 


>jection 
Inch 


Diam of 
Base In. 




W. & M. 
Ga. No. 




% 
% 
7 /l6 




15 
15 
14 


% 

i 


7 /lG 

y 2 




13 
12 
11 


IV. 


% 
% 




10 
9 
8 


2 


7 /8 




7 
6 



1106 




6.25 


1107 




5.00 


1108 




3.50 


1109 




2.75 


1110 




2.25 


1111 




2.00 


1112 




1.50 


1113 




1.25 


1114 




1.00 


CUP HOOKS— WITHOUT BASE 




Brass Wire 


$ 


1604 




11.25 


1606 




6.25 


1608 




3.50 


1610 




2.25 


1612 




1.50 


1614 




1.00 



Bright Steel Wire 

104 $2.25 

105 2.00 

106 1.50 



107 
108 
109 

110 
111 
112 

113 

114 



600 
602 
604 

606 
608 
610 

612 
614 



1.25 
1.10 

1.00 

.85 
.75 

.70 

.60 
.50 



Bright Steel Wire 



BRASS CUP HOOKS— WITH RETAINING BASE 



Square Bend — Item No. 412 



Price Per 

Gross 

$3.65 
3.75 
3.85 

4.00 
4.50 
5.25 

7.00 

9.00 

11.00 

15.00 

18.00 



Projection 
Inch 

% 



l 

1% 

1% 

1% 



Diam of 
Base In. 

% 
7 /l0 

%e 

V2 
V2 

y 2 

% 
% 



W. & M. 
Ga. No. 

13 
12 
12 

11 
10 
10 

9 

8 
7 



$4.75 
3.50 
2.50 

1.75 
1.25 

1.00 

.75 

.50 



Price Per 
Gross 

$3.75 
3.85 
4.00 

4.50 
5.25 

7.00 

9.00 
11.00 
15.00 

18.00 



If our salesman is not handy, just telephone your orders for prompt service. 



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Screw Eyes 



I«eng"th 
Incii 



BRIGHT STEEL WIRE 



Inside 
Diam. In. 

1 Vs 

2 %2 
2 %2 
*%2 

l %2 

17 /k> 



1^ 
7 /l6 

2 %4 
% 

2 %4 

:i Mt4 

X %2 

Hi 

J %2 

*%4 

U4.» 




%2 



*%4 
T %4 

%2 

17 /*4 

%| 
*%4 

%2 

*%4 

3 /lB 

%2 



W, & M. 

Ga. No. 

000 

00 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 

13 
14 
4 

5 
6 
7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 

14 

15 

4 

5 
6 
7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 

14 
14 



Steel 
Item No. 

000 

00 



1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 

13 

14 

104 

105 
106 
107 

108 
109 
110 

111 
112 
113 

114 
115 
204 

205 
206 
207 

208 
209 
210 

211 
212 
213 

214 
215 
216 





BRASS WIRE 


Steel Price 
Per Gross 


Brass 
Item No. 


$9.00 
7.00 
3.60 


1000 


3.00 
2.50 
2.00 


1001 
1002 
1003 


1.60 
1.30 

1.00 


1004 
1005 
1006 


.85 
.75 
.65 


1007 
1008 
1009 


.55 
.50 
.45 


1010 
1011 
1012 


.40 

.40 

1.60 


1013 
1014 
1104 


1.30 

1.00 

.85 


1105 
1106 
1107 


.75 
.65 
.55 


1108 
1109 
1110 


.50 
.45 
.40 


1111 
1112 
1113 


.40 

.40 

1.60 


1114 
1115 
1204 


1.30 

1.00 

.85 


1205 
1206 
1207 


.75 
.65 

.55 


1208 
1209 
1210 


.50 
.45 
.40 


1211 
1212 
1213 


.40 
.40 
.40 


1214 
1215 
1216 



Brass Price 
Per Gross 



20.00 

15.00 
12.50 
10.00 

7.50 
6.50 
5.25 

3.75 
2.75 
2.50 

2.00 
1.50 
1.25 

1.25 
1.25 
7.50 

6.50 
5.25 
3.75 

2.75 
2.50 
2.00 

1.50 
1.25 
1.25 

1.25 

1.25 
7.50 

6.50 
5.25 
3.75 

2.75 
2.50 
2.00 

1.50 
1.25 
1.25 

1.25 
1.25 
1.25 



Gate Hook & Eyes 



Lengfth 
Inch 

1 

1V 2 

2 

2V 2 

3 

3% 

4 

5 
6 




ITEM No. 1040— BRASS WIRE 



W. IX 

Ga. No. 

12 
10 

9 

8 

7 
6 
6 

5 

4 



Item No. 
Of Bye 

212 
211 
209 
208 

207 
206 
206 

205 
204 

204 



Wgrht. Per 
Gross 



ITEM No. 40— BRIGHT STEEL WIRE 

Steel No. 40 
Price Gross 



3 J /2 

5 

7 

9 
10 

12 

16 

21 

24 



$1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2.50 

3.00 
3.50 
4.00 

6.00 
7.50 

9.00 



Brass No. 1040 
Price Gross 

$6.00 

6.50 

7.50 
10.00 

12.50 
15.00 
17.50 

22.50 
27.50 

35.00 



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Sheet Lead 




Super-Refined Lead in sheet form. Uniformly durable and highly resistant to corrosion. 

OUR SPECIALTY — Is Sheet Lead for Roofers, Builders and plumbing purposes. Corporation and manufacturing requirements, such as — 
Chemical Works, Oil Refineries, Sulphite Pulp Mills, Storage Battery Tanks, Chlorination Tubs. 

WHEN ORDERING SHEET LEAD — State thickness in fraction of an inch or weight per square foot. Dimensions in feet and inches. 

KIND WANTED — Regular, Antimonial or Chemical. We prefer to be advised fully as to requirements, especially when differing from 
ordinary usage. Securing proper thickness is very important. 



Weight 
libs. Per 
Sq. Ft. 

1 

2Vz 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
10 
12 

14 
16 
20 



24 



Showing 

Actual 

Thickness 



Fraction 




%6 



%2 



%« 



Thickness 
Inches 
Decimal 

.016 
.040 
.047 
.055 
.062 
.078 
.094 
.110 
.125 
• .156 
.187 

.218 

.250 



Ft. 

4 



Width 



In. 


Full Sheet Bolls 
Lengtli 
Ft. 


Weight 
libs. 





20 


80 


10 


25 


552 


10 


25 


663 


10 


25 


773 


10 


25 


884 


10 


25 


1105 


10 


25 


1326 





25 


1575 





25 


1800 





25 


2250 





25 


2700 



.312 



.375 



25 



25 



25 



25 



3150 



3600 



4500 



5400 



Any weight rolled to order. Also any width up to 8 feet 10 inches. Antimonial or hard sheet lead in widths not 
to exceed 8 feet 6 inches. < 



. 



Five Fold Caulking Lead 

Patented 




Pure lead in a convenient practical form. The individual 54b. 
ingots fit the bottom of the melting pot, eliminate the possibility 
of the pot tipping over, save time and fuel in melting. 

Single ingot, weight 5 lbs. Unit of 5 ingots 25 lbs 

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Lead Washers 



Used with regular barbed roofing nails to prevent leaking, 
rusting under nail heads and tearing or cutting of metal by nail 
head. 

SIZE: Hole diameter Vs inch, outside diameter Vi in,, thickness is 
inch. Approximately 260 to the lb. Sufficient for about 2 l A 
squares of roofing. 5 lbs. in package 

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Lead Pipe 



Lead Wire and Rod 



Letters are conveniently used in connection with Lead Pipe for designating the 
thickness of wall. 

E— Aqueduct B— Medium 

D — Extra Light A — Strong 

C— Light AA— Extra Strong 

AAA — Ex. Ex. Strong 

In tables below we show the wall thickness by fraction of an inch, the letter "S" 
signifies the measurement is Scant, letter "F" that it is Full, 

The Hole Size or Inside Diameter is shown in black face type, for general informa- 
tion we give the outside diameter. 

Lead pipe in sizes 1 V2 inches and smaller is run in Coils of approximate lengths and 
weights as shown in the table, or when so ordered on Reels that weigh 800 lbs. 

NOTE. — When ordering lead pipe, please state the number of feet, the inside diame- 
ter, weight per lineal foot or thickness of wall; whether wanted on Reels or in Coils, 
When wanting less than Coil simply state number of feet. 

STANDARD SIZES, PLUMBERS' LEAD PIPE 

In Coils 

SIZE HOLE, inches 1 1 1% 1% \i/, ify 

Letter E D E D E*" D~ 

Weight Feet, lbs 1% 2 2 2% 3 3% 

Outside Diameter, inches l^io 1% 1%6 l 15 Ae 1% l 2 %o 

Thickness Wall, inches % 2 F %S % 2 % 4 F %S % 4 S 

Weight Coil, lbs 84 122 116 149 170 174 

Feet in Coil... 55 60 58 60 55 50 

HOW PACKED — One or two coils in wooden boxes. Or single coils wrapped with 
excelsior pads. Also on reels containing about 800 lbs. 

In Lengths 

SIZE HOLE, inches 2 2 3 3 4 

Letter D C E D E 

Weight Feet, lbs 4 5% 3% 4% 5 

Outside Diameter, inches 2% 2%e 3%2 3%6 4%6 

Thickness Wall, inches l/ 8 F % 2 S % 4 % 2 %4 

Length, Feet 10 10 13 13 13 

HOW PACKED— In wooden boxes. 

LEAD PIPE can be supplied in coils 3 / 8 " to IV2" and in straight lengths 2" to 8" in 
practically all wall thicknesses. 

LEAD TUBING in coils can be supplied from A" to fk" in various wall thicknesses. 





BURNING LEAD 




Diameter 
Stubs 
Gauge 


Bee. 

Inch 


Approx. 
Ft. Per Lb 


22 
20 
19 


.028 
,035 
.042 


250 
200 
125 


18 
17 
16 


.049 
.058 

.065 


100 
77 
62 


15 
14 
13 


.072 
.083 
.095 


50 
40 
25 


12 
11 


.109 
.120 


21 
18 



Si 

%6 
34 



FRACTIONAL SIZES 

,125 
.156 
.187 



.250 
.312 

.380 

.500 
.562 



151/2 
10 
7% 

4 

1% 
1 



STANDARD PACKING 

No. 11 to 22 Gauge on one and five lb. 
Spools. Fractional Sizes on 1001b. reels or 
coils. Fractional Sizes may also be sup- 
plied in cut lengths in bundles or boxed. 



Tin Tubing or Pipe 

Coils — Random Lengths 

Made from pure selected Straits Pig Tin, will be found uniform in bore and thickness to meet requirements of sodawater fountains and 
equipment, also bottlers of various beverages. 



Inside 
Diameter 

Vs 
V* 
% 

% 

%6 

% 

% 

% 

% 

% 



TUBING SIZES 



Wt. Pt. 
Ounces 

2 
4 
5 
6 
7 
4 
5 
6 
6 
8 



Wall 
Thick. 

Me 

%4 
%4 
%4 
%4 

Me 
Me 

%2 
¥16 
%2 



No. Pt. 
Coil 



172 
138 
115 



172 
138 
115 
115 
86 



Lbs. 
Coil 



43 
43 

43 

43 
43 
43 
43 
43 



Inside 
Diameter 

V2 



1 
1 

IK 
1% 
2 



Wt. Ft. 
Ounces 

91/2 
10 
12 
23 
15 
20 
20 
28 
44 



Wall 

Thick. 



%2 
%4 

%4 
%2 

%4 



No. Pt. 
Coil 

72 

104 
110 

58 



Lbs. 
Coil 

43 
65 
83 
83 



Tin 




Pure Straits, Banka or Australian Tin in sizes convenient for your use. Bars— 5 lbs. each. Strips— 1 lb. each. Pigs— 75 lbs. and 100 lbs. each. 

Used in alloying or in tinning. Melting Point. 449 °F. Weight, per cu. in., 0.265 lb. 

We carry a large stock of Brass, Steel and Udalite Chain in various styles. 



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Lead Wool 

IN ROPE FORM 

PLUMBERS — In every kit there should be a quantity to meet any emergency. 

ENGINEERS operating power plants either with Steam, Electricity, Water or Gas, 
Lead Wool will be found handy. Being handled cold, the melting pot is not required. 

ELECTRICIANS— Used with success in cable pipe work. 

WHEN AND WHERE TO USE IT 

If Lead Wool is good enough in cases of emergency, when the strain on the 
Calking Material is greatest, then WHY is it not good enough to use on ALL WORK 
and under ALL circumstances? 



APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES REQUIRED FOR CALKING FOR PRESSURE UP TO 500 LBS. 

PIPE DIAMETER, inches - - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

Wool Depth, inches - 1 lVfe Wb Wb Wb Wb Wb 

Wool Weight, lbs - I Mi Vh 3 4 5 r / 2 7 9 

Yarn Depth, inches. - 2 2 2 21/2 2% 2% 23/4 

PIPE DIAMETER, inches - 9 10 12 14 15 16 

Wool Depth, inches l 1 ^ lVfe Wb Wa Wa Wa 

Wool Weight, lbs - 10 10 Vi 12 13 14 17% 

Yarn Depth, inches - 2% 2% 2% 3 3 3 

PIPE DIAMETER, inches .... - - 18 20 24 30 36 42 

Wool Depth, inches - I 3 /s 1 3 /b l 3 /s Wi 1% 1% 

Wool Weight, lbs 19^2 22Vz ZZVz 45 60 75 

Yarn Depth, inches 3 3% 3 3 /e 3% 3% 33/4 

GENERAL RULES FOR CALKERS 

The table above is a good guide as to the amount of Lead Wool required for different pipe sizes. One Skein of Lead Wool should be calked in first, using a 
very narrow faced tool. Yarn should be inserted to the depth given In the table, being careful to calk firmly. Each skein of Lead Wool should be calked separately 

to obtain best results. Only when calking the larger diameter sizes of pipe do we advise using more than one skein at a time, and then they should be twisted 
together and calked as one skein with a mechanical hammer. 

Best results for calking will be obtained by the use of a hammer weighing 4 lbs. or more and a calking tool that fits closely the space between bell and spigot. 
A joint should be finished '/s inch inside of bell. Never allow Lead Wool to protrude outside of socket. Use a very blunt tool to finish face of joint. 

WASTE PIPE JOINTS — Dry Yarn is preferable to be used with Lead Wool, filling the bell to within % inch of the face. Driving in the Lead Wool will compress 
the yarn. By this method '/ 2 to % inch of lead will be ample, assuring an absolutely tight joint and little lead used. 



Antimony 

This is the only inexpensive metal which expands on cooling 
and which causes that same type of expansion in its alloys. It 
also acts as a hardener in Lead and Tin alloys. 

Standard Commercial grade, 99%. 

Weight per cu. in., 0.224 lb. 

Furnished in cakes weighing 30 lbs. 

Special Refined, 99V&%. 

Melting Point, 1165° F. 

Packed in casks weighing 224 lbs. net. 



F. G. Copper Ingot 




This brand is 99.75% pure or over and suitable for alloying, 
rolling, drawing, etc. 

This grade of Copper is recommended for pure Copper cast- 
ings or alloys in which high electrical conductivity is required. 
In ingots weighing 24 or 45 pounds. 




Sterling Anti-Friction Metal 

Sterling Anti-Friction Metal is a hard lead base metal used for heavy 
duty, slow running bearings, and is equal to many higher priced Anti- 
Friction Metals. Sterling should be poured at about 625 degrees Fahr. Each 
bar weighs approximately 3 pounds and is packed in 50-pound boxes. 



ROLLED ZINC BOILER PLATES AND BAR ZINC— See page 32. 

A big stock of screws, rivets, nails, fittings, valves, bushings, and other accessories 
on hand for immediate shipment. 



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LLENGE NIEI 



EXCELSIOR BABBITT 
A Special Value in a Lead Base Babbitt 

This metal is a high grade, extremely hard, lead base alloy. It is 
tough, pours freely, has minimum shrinkage, and casts a smooth, 
close fitting bearing that will not score the shaft. It is an all purpose 
babbitt second to none in performance except the most expensive 
tin-base alloys. We offer Excelsior Babbitt as a special value, the 
equal in every respect to the brands being exploited by extravagant 
claims and sold at prices not in conformity to true worth based on 
production costs. Service recommendations: For heavy loads at 
fairly constant speeds. For all purposes where conditions are not so 
severe as to require a tin-base babbitt. Pouring temperature 700°. 

BARS— Size 7 5 /8x2xl. Weight 4 lbs. Per lb .. 



CHALLENGE NICKEL BABBITT 

A High Grade, All Purpose, Tin-Base Babbitt, Nickel Hardened. 

For all purpose, high grade babitting work under heavy loads. 
Has extra resistance to wear. Very tough and uniform. Withstands 
high speeds, pounding, vibration and fluctuating loads. Resists high 
temperatures. Maintains lubricating film. Recommended to large 
users for bearings on "Key" machinery; that is machinery which 
will tie up whole departments should it fail. Recommended to small 
users for all bearings: Where there is relatively small consumption 
of babbitt, it is actually an economy to use but one grade, and that 
one the best. Pouring Temperature 1000-1025°. 

BARS— Size 7 5 /bx2xL Weight 3 lbs. Per lb .. 



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ACME COPPER HARD 

Is Hard and Tough. For high motor speeds and medium pressure 
heavy duty bearings. Ideal for pumps and small parts of engines. 
Easy flowing, runs smoothly, and very simple to handle. Pouring 
temperature 850°F. 

Bar Size. 734x2x1. Weight 3 V2 lbs. Per lb 




XXXX NICKEL BABBITT 
Carefully Manufactured 

XXXX NICKEL BABBITT is the result of over forty years' constant 
effort to produce the best bearing alloy, regardless of cost. Today it 
stands supreme in the field of high-grade bearing metals. It is made 
only of carefully selected virgin materials and each element is sub- 
jected to scientific treatment during the process of alloying. Pouring 
Temperature 825-875°. 

LONG WEAR AND SAFETY 

XXXX NICKEL BABBITT lasts longer under severe service, because: 
It holds the oil film. It pours freely and fills all liner crevices. It is 
anti-frictional. It cannot cut the shaft. It resists high temperatures. 
It has high thermal conductivity. 



No. 1 Babbitt: 

A properly proportioned Lead base alloy, generously toughened 
with Tin and Copper, extensively used on high speed shafting, con- 
veyors, journals, trippers, screens, and machinery in the light in- 
dustries. 



No. 2 Babbitt: 

No. 3 Babbitt: 

Slightly lower in Tin than No. 1 Babbitt, but otherwise as high in 
quality. Where loads are lighter and speed slower they find general 
favor. 



HARDWARE GRADES 

No. 4 Babbitt: 




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A pure, well alloyed Babbitt for light duty. Because of its high 
Lead content it requires very little attention and lubrication. Gen- 
erally used on line shafting and light drives. 

Pouring temperature 630° F. Weight, per cu. in., 0.370 lb. 



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Quality 
STANDARD STOCK SIZES 

CAST BRONZE SLEEVE TYPE BEARINGS 

COMPLETELY MACHINED & FINISHED READY FOR ASSEMBLY 




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Outside Diameters 

Up to 3" Plus .002 Over 3" Plus .003 
To Plus .003 To Plus .005 



TOLERANCES 

Inside Diameters 

Up to 3" Plus .001 Over 3" Plus .0015 
or Minus .001 or Minus .0015 



Part 

No. 



A2 



BA2 



A3 
A4 



BA4 



B6 



BA9 



B7 

B8 

C10 



C9 

CBI0 



D66 



BA13 
BB13 
B14 
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C16 
C17 



C68 
C69 
DA70 
D71 
D72 



C80 
C81 
D82 
D83 
D84 
D85 



D113 
DAI 14 
D1I5 
D116 
D117 
E118 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth, 



Price 
1-5 



Price 
6-15 



Price 

16-30 



Price 
31-49 



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Part 

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C98 



C123 
C124 
C125 
D126 
D127 
D128 



C167 
D168 
D169 
D170 
D171 
E172 
E173 
E175 



B119 
C120 
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D213 

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E246 



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D227 
D228 
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E230 



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D252 
D253 
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E255 
E256 



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Price 
1-5 



Price 
6-15 



Price 
16-30 



Price 
31-49 



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There is an EXTRA charge for Oil Grooves, Holes, Cutting off and Special Operations. ALL PRICES ARE NET. 



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Part 
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F011 



FA434 
FC434 

F434 
FD434 

G434 






DC299 
E301 
E303 
E304 

E305 



C309 
D311 
DA311 
D313 
E314 
E315 



C345 
D346 
D347 
D348 
E349 
E350 



E351 
E352 
E354 
E355 
F356 



D385 
E387 
E392 
E394 
F398 



E434 

E435 
F436 
F438 
F439 
F442 



D403 
E406 
E407 
E408 
E412 
D446 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Inside 
Diam. 



Outside 
Diam. Lgth. 



Price 
1-5 



Price Price Price Price 
6-15 16-30 31-49 50-99 



E257 


3 4 


1 


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.43 


.37 


.30 


.21 


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.16 


E291 


" 


" 


2/ 2 


.45 


.38 


.31 


.22 


.18 


E322 


Va 


W* 


m 


.40 


.34 


.26 


.18 


.15 


E325 




" 


2 


.43 


.37 


.30 


.21 


.17 


E326 




" 


2% 


.45 


.38 


.31 


.22 


.18 


F327 


" 


" 


2Y2 


.49 


.41 


.34 


.24 


.20 


F329 


" 


" 


3 


.52 


.44 


.37 


.28 


.23 



H lA W2 



.50 



.42 .35 



H Wa 



\l lA 



1/2 

2 

2/2 

23/4 

3 



.37 

.40 
.43 
.45 
.49 



.30 

.34 
.37 
.38 
.41 



.22 
.26 

.30 
.31 
.34 



% ia 



n w* 



1 
1K2 

134 
2 

U 

1 

m 

m 
2 



.33 
.37 
.39 

.40 
.42 
.43 



.26 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 
.37 



.18 
.22 
.24 
.26 
.28 
.30 



.31 
.35 
.37 
.39 
.40 
.42 



.24 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 



.17 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.26 
.28 



% Ws 



2% 

3 

3% 

3/2 



.43 
.45 
.50 
.52 
.53 



.37 
.38 
.42 
.44 
.45 



.30 
.31 
.35 
.37 
.38 



H 



1 h 



Wa 

w 
2 

2/2 
3 



.39 

.40 
.43 
.49 
.52 



IX 



m 
2 

254 

3' 
3/2 



.43 
.45 
.49 
.50 

.53 
.57 



.32 
.34 
.37 
.41 
^44 
.37 ~ 
.38 
.41 
.42 
.45 
.49 



.24 
.26 

.30 
.34 
.37 



.30 
.31 
.34 
.35 
.38 
.42 



U lA 



2 

214 

2V2 

3 

1 



.37 
.42 

.43 
.45 
.50 



.30 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.42 



.22 
.28 
.33 
.31 
.35 



.37 



.30 



.22 



.25 



.16 
.18 
.21 
.22 
.24 



.13 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.21 



.12 

.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.20 



.21 
.22 

.25 
.28 
.30 



.17 
.18 
.21 
.24 
.28 



.21 
.22 
.24 
.25 
.30 
.34 



.16 

.20 
.21 
.22 
.25 



.16 



.21 



134 


.47 


.40 


.33 


.24 


.18 


2 


.51 


.43 


.36 


.26 


.20 


2*4 


.52 


.44 


.37 


.27 


.21 


2*/ 2 


.54 


.46 


.39 


.30 


.23 


3 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.26 



C232 


\l 


If 


1 


.29 


.22 


.16 


.11 


.09 


D263 


\% 


1 


1% 


.35 


.28 


.20 


.15 


.12 


D264 


" 


" 


Wa 


.37 


.30 


.22 


.16 


.13 


D266 


" 


" 


2 


.39 


.32 


.24 


.17 


.14 


D267 


" 


" 


2/2 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 



.13 
.15 
.17 
.18 
.20 



E337 


ii 


W& 


2 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 


HOfl 


\l 


lA 


2 

2/2 
3 


.43 
.49 
.52 


.37 
.41 
.44 


.30 
.34 
.37 


.21 
.24 
.28 


.17 
.20 
.23 


EA433 


ft 


Wa 


W 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 


F510 
F512 

G514 


H 


I A 


2 

2/, 
3 


.49 
.52 
.55 


.41 
.44 
.47 


.34 
.37 
.40 


.24 
.28 
.32 


.20 
.23 
.26 


DB272 

C274 

DA277 


% 


1 


1 

Wa 
2 


.31 

.33 
.37 


.24 
.26 
.30 


.17 
.18 
.22 


.12 
.13 
.16 


.10 
.11 

.13 



.11 

.13 

.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 



.10 

.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 



.17 
.18 
.21 
.23 
.24 



.14 
.15 
.17 
.20 
.23 



.17 
.18 
.20 
.21 
.24 
.28 



F569 


7/8 


13/6 


Wa 


.47 


.40 


.33 


.24 


.18 


F570 




" 


2 


.51 


.43 


.36 


.26 


.20 


F575 




" 


2X 


.54 


.46 


.39 


.30 


.23 


G578 


" 


" 


3 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.26 


D362 


HI 


m 


W* 


.37 


.30 


.22 


.16 


.13 


D364 


" 




2 


.40 


.34 


.26 


.18 


.15 


E366 


" 


" 


2/, 


.43 


.37 


.30 


.21 


.17 



.13 
.16 

.17 
.18 
.21 



.13 



Part 
No. 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth. 



Price Price Price Price Price 
1-5 6-15 16-30 31-49 50-99 



E448 
E450 
F452 
F453 



*i 154 



1/2 
2 

2K2 
234 



.40 
.43 
.49 
.50 



.34 
.37 
.41 
.42 



.26 
.30 
.34 
.35 



E519 
E520 
F521 
F523 
F525 



H 1A 



I/2 

134 

2 

2% 

3 



.42 
.43 
.45 
.50 

.53 



.36 
.37 
.38 
.42 
.45 



.28 
.30 
.31 
.35 
.38 



CB415 
D417 
D419 
E420 
E422 



1A 



Wa 
2 

2/2 



.33 
.37 
,39 
.40 
.43 



.26 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.37 



D460 
D461 
D462 
E463 
E464 
E465 
E466 
E467 
E468 
F469 
F471 
F473 



Wa 34 

1 

" 14 

" 1/2 

" 134 

2 
" 2% 

" 234 
3 

" 3J/2 

4 



.33 
.35 
.37 
.39 
.40 
.42 
.43 
.45 
.49 
.50 
.53 
.57 



.26 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.41 
.42 
.45 
.49 



.18 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.26 
.28 
.30 
.31 
.34 
.35 
.38 
.42 



E526 
F527 
F528 
F531 
F532 



lA 2V 4 
" 2/ 2 
3 

" W2 

" m 



.45 
.49 

.52 
.55 
.57 



.38 
.41 
.44 
.47 
.49 



.31 
.34 
.37 
.40 
.42 



E597 
E598 
E599 
F600 
F602 
F604 
F605 
G606 
G609 
G612 



13/6 



Wa 

W 

Wa 

2 

2/2 

3 

Wa 

3/2 

4 

W2 



.40 
.42 
.43 
.45 
.50 
.53 
.55 
.57 
.61 
.67 



.34 
.36 
.37 
.38 
.42 
.45 
.47 
.49 
.53 
.56 



.26 
.28 
.30 
.31 
.35 
.38 
.40 
.42 
.46 
.49 



E538 
E539 

E542 
F544 
F546 



lA 



lA W2 
2 

2/2 
3 
3/2 



.39 
.43 
.50 
.53 
.57 



.32 
.37 
.42 
.45 
.49 



.24 
.30 
.35 
.38 
.42 



E628 
E629 
E630 
E631 
E632 
F634 
F635 
F636 
F640 



E712 
F725 



w& 



E802 
F804 
F806 



Ws 



.18 
.21 
.24 
.25 



.20 
.21 
.22 
.25 
.30 



.13 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.21 
.22 
.24 
.25 
.30 
.34 



.22 
.24 
.28 
.32 
.34 



.18 

.20 
.21 
.22 
.25 
.30 
.32 
.34 
.38 
.41 



.17 
.21 
.25 
.30 
.34 



.15 
.17 
.20 
.21 



.16 
.17 
.18 
.21 
.24 



.18 .13 .11 

.22 .16 .13 

,24 .17 .14 

.26 .18 .15 

.30 .21 .17 



.11 
.12 
.13 
.14 
.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.21 
.24 
.28 



.18 

.20 
.23 
.26 
.28 



.15 
.16 
.17 
.18 
.21 
.24 
.26 
.28 
.32 
.35 



F766 1 


I/2 


2 


.50 


.42 


.35 


.25 


.21 


G770 




2/2 


.53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


G772 


" 


3 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 


H775 


" " 


4 


.67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


G942 1 


m 


2X 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 


H944 




3 


.61 


.53 


.46 


.38 


.32 


H946 


" " 


3/2 


.67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


1-1181 1 


Wa 


W2 


2.40 


1.95 








1-1597 1 


2 


W2 


2.80 


2.30 









.14 
.17 
.21 
.24 
.28 



E620 


lA 


Ws 


2 


.49 


.41 


.34 


.24 


.20 


F698 


1A 


LA 


2% 


.53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


F700 


" 


" 


3 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 


G702 


" 




3/2 


.61 


.53 


.46 


.38 


.32 


G704 


" 


" 


4 


.67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


G903 


lA 


lA 


2'/2 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 


G905 


" 


" 


3 


.61 


.53 


.46 


.38 


.32 


H907 


" 


" 


3/2 


.67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


D475 


W% 


Wa 


ltt 


.37 


.30 


.22 


.16 


.13 


E556 


Ws 


lA 


2% 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 



13/6 


1/2 


.39 


.32 


.24 


.17 


.14 




134 


.40 


.34 


.26 


.18 


.15 


" 


2 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 


" 


2Va 


.43 


.37 


.30 


.21 


.17 


" 


2/ 2 


.45 


.38 


.31 


.22 


.18 


" 


3 


.50 


.42 


.35 


.25 


.21 


" 


Wa 


.52 


.44 


.37 


.28 


.23 


" 


3/2 


.53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


" 


4 


.58 


.50 


.43 


.35 


.29 


iA 


I'M 


.40 


.34 


.26 


.18 


.15 


" 


3/2 


.61 


.53 


.46 


.38 


.32 


1/2 


1/2 


.42 


.36 


.28 


.20 


.16 




2 


.45 


.38 


.31 


.22 


.18 


" 


m 


.50 


.42 


.35 


.25 


.21 



There is an EXTRA charge for Oil Grooves, Holes, Cutting Off and Special Operations. ALL PRICES ARE NET. 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



145 



Part Inside Outside Price Price Price Price Price 

No. Diam. Diam. Lgth. 1-5 6-15 16-30 31-49 50-99 



G808 


1% 


in 


3 


.53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


G811 


" 




3% 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 


G812 






4 


.61 


.53 


.46 


.38 


.32 



F982 
F983 

G985 

G936 

HA986 

H987 



Ws 



w& m 

2 

" 2y 2 

3 

" sy 2 

4 



.49 

.50 
.53 
.59 
.67 
.80 



.41 
.42 
.45 
.51 
.56 
.68 



.34 
.35 
.38 
.44 
.49 
.60 



.24 
.25 
.30 
.36 
.41 
.49 



.20 
.21 
.24 
.30 
.35 
.43 



1-1360 1% M/* By 2.50 2.05 




F1190 
G1192 
H1194 

H1195 
H1197 
H1198 
HI 199 
H1203 



H1366 


Wa 


m 


2H 


.67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


H1368 




" 


3 


.73 


.60 


.53 


.45 


.39 


H1369 


" 


" 


4 


.90 


.78 


.70 


.58 


.48 


I 1602 


Wa 


2 


6/ 2 


2.40 


2.00 








D755 


I ft 


lft 


I'M 


.39 


.32 


.24 


.17 


.14 


FA938 


i d 


i A 


3 


.53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


FB938 






VA 


,57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28, 


G939 




" 


4 


67 


.56 


.49 


.41 


.35 


F1036 


i ,-;•, 


].S, ; 


W* 


.51 


.43 


.36 


.26 


.22 


F1038 




" 


3 


.54 


.46 


.39 


.31 


.25 


G10U 


" 




4 


.71 


.59 


.52 


.44 


.38 


H1045 


" 




Wa 


.85 


.73 


.65 







F1160 


lft 


\\l 


2% 


,53 


.45 


.38 


.30 


.24 


G1163 


" 


" 


3 


.59 


.51 


.44 


.36 


.30 


G1164 


" 


" 


3/ 2 


.63 


.54 


.47 


.39 


.33 


HI 166 


" 


" 


4 


.75 


.62 


.54 


.46 


.40 



Part 

No. 


Inside 
Diam. 


Outsid 
Diam. 


E Lgth. 


Price 

1-5 


Price 

6-15 


Price 

16-30 


Price 

31-49 


Price 
50-99 


H012 


lft 


Hi 


Wa 


1.10 


.95 


.80 






H1286 
H1288 

H1290 


i & 


Hi 


3 

3y 2 

4 


.69 
.73 
.80 


.57 
.60 
.68 


.50 
.53 
.60 


.42 
.45 
.49 


.36 
.39 
.43 


H1428 
H1432 


lft 


m 


3% 

4^ 


.84 
1.05 


.72 
.93 


.64 
.81 


.52 


.45 


D853 


iH 


\% 


HI 


.39 


.32 


.24 


.17 


.14 



£1051 
F1055 
F1056 
F1057 
G1059 
G1061 



i 5 A 



2 
3 

3/2 

4 

4/2 



.47 
.53 
.57 
.59 

.65 
.75 



.40 
.45 
.49 
.51 
.55 
.62 



.33 
.38 
.42 
.44 
.48 
.54 



.24 
.30 
.34 
.36 
.40 



Gins \y 8 n* 3y 2 

Ws Wa 2 
" 2% 

" 2y 2 

3 
" 3/ 2 
" 4 

Ws Ws 3 
" sy 2 
4 

_Z n W2 

\H_2H_ W2 
lft Ws Wa 

_Z " Wa 



F1233 
F1234 
G1235 
G1237 
H1239 
H1241 

HI 433 

H1434 
H1436 
H1438 
1-1894 
E1067 
E1071 
FUSS 
F1I57 
F1159 
G1161 
G1162 

F1255 
G1262 
G1342 
G1343 
H1344 
H1346 
H1347 
H1349 
H1440 
G1506 
H1510 
H1512 
H1515 
H1520 



.65 
.51 
.53 
.54 
.61 
.67 
.73 



.55 



.48 



.40 



.43 
.45 
.46 
.53 
.56 
.60 



.36 
.38 

.39 
.46 

.49 
.53 



.26 
.30 
.31 
.38 
.41 
.45 



.43 
.53 



.37 
.45 



.30 
.38 



.21 

.30 



1ft H* 



l ft 
1ft" 






214 

3 

3K> 
4 

Ay 

2?A 
4 



.53 
.58 
.63 
.70 
.77 



.45 

.50 
.54 
.58 
.64 



.38 

.43 
.47 
.51 
.56 



.30 
.35 

.39 
.43 
.47 



.53 

.73 



.45 
.60 



.38 
.53 



.30 
.45 



3 
3% 

3y 2 

4 

A% 

5 



.60 
.65 
.70 
.79 
.84 
1.10 



.52 
.55 
.58 
.66 
.72 
.97 



.45 
.48 
.51 
.58 
.64 
.89 



.37 
.40 
.43 
.48 
.52 



1ft Ws Wa 



.84 



.72 .64 



.52 



lft HI 



2 

3 

A% 
Wz 



.57 

.71 

.77 

.90 

1.40 



.49 
.59 
.64 
.78 
1.20 



.42 
.52 
.56 
.70 

1.08 



.34 
.44 
.47 
.58 



W2 Wa 



E1274 
F1276 
F1277 
F1279 
F1281 
G1283 
G1284 
G1285 
G1363 W 2 HI 



Wa 
Wa 
2/2 
3 

3y 2 
4 

5 

3 



.43 

.50 
.53 

.58 
.63 
.73 
.85 
1.00 



.37 
.42 
.45 
.50 
.54 
.60 
.73 
.88 



.30 
.35 
.38 
.43 
.47 
.53 
.65 
.80 



.21 
.25 
.30 
.35 
.39 
.45 



.60 



.52 .45 



.37 



1-2212 \y 2 



G1367 
H1524 
H1528 
F1486 
G1492 
F1570 



Wa 
HI 



6^2 2.60 2.15 



1 . 



lft HI 



W 
3 X A 



.13 



.60 



.53 



Ah 



.75 
.96 



.62 
.84 



.54 
.76 



.46 

.64 



m Wa 

. " 33,4 



.53 
.69 



.45 

.57 



.38 

.50 



.30 
.42 



\H HI Zy A .bA 



.46 



.39 



.31 



F1652 15 



Wa 



.51 



.43 



.36 .26 



.20 
.24 
.28 
.30 
.34 



.34 
.22 
.24 
.25 
.32 
.35 
.39 



.69 


.57 


.50 


.42 


.36 


.75 


.62 


.54 


.46 


.40 


.82 


.70 


.62 


.50 


.44 


.95 


.83 


.75 






2.50 


2.10 









.17 
.24 



.24 
.29 

.33 
.37 
.41 



.24 
.39 
.31 
.34 
.37 
.42 
.45 



.45 
.28 
.38 
.41 
.48 



E1075 


W 


m 


wa 


.43 


.37 


.30 


.21 


.17 


E1168 


I/2 


in 


Wa 


.57 


.49 


.42 


.34 


.28 



G1445 


I/2 


Ws 2% 


.56 


.48 


.41 


.33 


G1447 


" 


3 


.60 


.52 


.45 


.37 


H1449 




" 3/ 2 


.70 


.58 


.51 


.43 


H1451 


" 


" 4 


.79 


.66 


.58 


.48 


H14S2 


" 


" Wa 


.84 


.72 


.64 


.52 


H145S 


" 


5 


1.10 


.97 


.89 




HI 457 


" 


" W2 


1.30 


1.13 


1.08 




H1613 


H4 


2 2y 2 


.63 


.54 


.47 


.39 


H1615 


" 


3 


.75 


.62 


.54 


.46 


H1617 


" 


'.' 3/ 2 


.82 


.70 


.62 


.50 


HI619 


" 


4 


.90 


.78 


.70 


,58 


H1621 


" 


" W2 


1.10 


.97 


.89 




H1623 


" 


5 


1.30 


1.13 


1.03 





There is an EXTRA charge for Oil Grooves, Holes, Cutting Off and Special Operations. ALL PRICES ARE NET. 



.^lag^flte. 



146 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Part 

No. 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth. 



Price 
1-5 



Price 

6-15 



Price Price 
16-30 31-49 



Price 
50-99 



G1655 
G1657 
H1661 

H1663 
H1665 
H1667 



m 



2V?. 


.60 


.52 


.45 


.37 


3 


.69 


.57 


.50 


.42 


4 


.82 


.70 


.62 


.50 


4** 


LOO 


.88 


.80 




5 


1.20 


1.05 


.95 




w% 


1.40 


1.20 


1.08 





H1904 Ws 
H1908 
H1910 
H19I2 



2% 



3 
4 

4/ 
5 



.80 .70 .60 

1.00 .90 .76 

1.15 1.00 .85 

1.35 1.17 1.06 



.45 
.64 



G1591 l\l % lit 3/ 



.63 



.54 .47 



.39 



H1789 
H1791 
H1793 
H1795 
H1797 
H1799 



ltt 2h 



3 

3/2 

4 

4/ 

5 

5/2 



.69 

.80 

.86 

1.00 

1.25 
1.35 



.57 
.68 
.74 
.88 
1.10 
1.17 



.50 
.60 
.66 
.80 
.98 
1.06 



.42 
.49 
.54 



G2084 \\l 

H2086 

H2088 

H2090 

H2092 

H2094 

H2095 

JI2096 "__ 

H2234 \\h 



2ft 



2 

2/ 

3 

3/ 

4 

4/ 

5 

5/ 



.61 
.71 
.80 
.92 
1.04 
1.15 
1.35 
1.55 



.53 
.59 
.68 
.80 
.92 
1.00 
1.17 
1.31 



.46 
.52 
.60 
.72 
.84 
.89 
1.06 
1.16 



.38 
.44 
.49 
.60 
.72 



2*4 4/ 1.15 1.01 



.93 



^F1696 
F1697 
F1649 
H1705 

_H1721_ 
H1814 



m 



2/ 

2/ 2 
3 

4/ 
554 



.53 
.57 
.63 
.90 
1.15 



.45 
.49 
.54 
.78 
1.01 



.38 

.42 
.47 
.70 
.93 



.30 
.34 
.39 



Wa 2iV 3/ .73 .60 



.53 



G1949 
H1951 
H1954 
H1955 
H1958 
H1960 



M 2/ 8 



23/4 
Wa> 
4 

m 

5 

5/ 



.69 

.80 

.94 

1.00 

1.20 

1.35 



.57 
.68 
.82 
.88 
1.05 
1.15 



.50 
.60 
.74 
.80 
.94 
1.00 



'.45 
.42 
.49 
.62 
.68 



G2248 
H2250 
H2252 
H2255 
H2258 
H2261 



m 254 



2/2 

3 

3/ 
4/ 
5 



.65 
.77 
.84 
.94 
1.10 
1.30 



.55 
.64 
.72 
.82 
.97 
1.10 



.48 
.56 
.64 
.74 
.89 
.95 



.40 
.47 
.52 
.62 



2H 



H2630 134 

1-2636 

1-3110 IH 2^ 



3/2 

5 



1.04 

1.45 



.92 

1.23 



.84 
1.10 



.72 



3.00 2.50 



H2143 Ml 2tk 554 1-30 1-13 1-03 



.97 
1.20 



H2402 111 2*1 4 1.10 

H24 04 " 5 1.40 

F199I m 2% 2/ r6i .53 

G1996 " " 3 .70 .58 

G2000 " " 4 .90 -78 



.89 

1.08 



.46 
.51 
.70 



.38 

.43 



H2304 \7/s 
H2307 
H2309 
H2311 



2Va 



3/ 

4 

4/ 

5 



.84 .72 

1.00 .88 

1.10 .97 

1.30 1.13 



.64 

.80 

.89 

1.03 



.52 



H2642 
H2646 
H2687 



m 2H 



3 
4 

554 



.90 .78 
1.10 -97 
1.45 1.23 



.70 

.89 
1.10 



F2176 lt§ 
H2184 



2 r<; 



.57 
.90 



.49 
.78 



.42 
.70 



G2328 Hi 
H2334 



2/ 



3 
4/ 



.80 
1.00 



.68 



.60 
.80 



H2929 
H2933 
H2937 
H2939 



lit 2t\ 



.90 .78 .70 

1.10 -97 .89 

1.40 1.20 1.08 

1.55 1.31 1.16 



1-3151 ltt 2V, 



1.50 1.27 1.13 



F2349 2 

F2351 

G2353 



2/ 



2 


.57 


.49 


.42 


2/ 


.63 


.54 


.47 


3 


.71 


.59 


.52 



H2505 


lit 


2 A 


m 


.92 


.80 


.72 


H2507 


" 


" 


4 


1.00 


.88 


.80 


H2511 


" 


" 


5 


1.30 


1.13 


1.03 


H2513 


" 


" 


5/ 


1.45 


1.23 


UO 


H2516 


" 


" 


6?4 


1.70 


1.43 


1.25 


H2698 


lit 


2U 


5/ 2 


1.55 


1.30 


1.15 



Part 

No. 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth. 



Price 
1-5 



Price 

6-15 



Price 
16-30 



Price 
31-49 



Price 
50-99 



G2356 2 


2V A 


334 


.80 


H2359 




4/ 


1.00 


H2361 


" 


5 


1.20 


H2705 2 


2% 


3 


.82 


H2730 


" 


3/ 


.94 


H2732 


" 


4 


1.05 


H2734 


" 


4/ 


1.20 


H3168 2 


2*4 


2/ 


.80 


H3172 




3/ 


1.04 


H3174 


" 


4 


1.15 


H3176 


" 


4/, 


1.30 


H3178 


" 


5 


1.50 


1-3180 


" 


5/ 


1.65 


1-3187 


" 


6 


1.90 



.68 

.88 

1.05 



.60 
.80 

.94 



.70 

.82 

.93 

1.05 



.62 

.74 
.85 

.94 



.68 


.60 


.92 


.84 


1.01 


.93 


1.13 


1.03 


1.27 


1.13 


1 .39 


1.22 


1.59 


1.36 



1-4300 



234 6/ 3.10 2.60 



H3228 2*A 2\ 



.84 



.72 



.64 



H3725 2]4 

H3729 

1-3736 



25/ 8 



1.20 
1.55 
2.00 



1.05 
1.31 
1.66 



.94 
1.16 
1.42 



H3745 2^t 25/ s 4 1.15 1.01 .93 



H4013 2i : 
H4017 



2tt 



3/ 

4/ 



1.15 
1.50 



1.01 
1.27 



.93 
1.13 



1-4310 
1-4320 



2& 234 



554 
6 



1.75 
2.10 



1.47 
1.70 



1.28 

1.45 



1-4381 2& 2/ 8 4/ 2 1.75 1.47 1.28 



H3237 254 2/ 4 



1.00 



.88 .80 



H3756 2/ 2% 4 



1.10 



.97 



.89 



H4029 VA 2\l 434 1.50 1.27 1.13 



H4334 2/ 
1-4338 
1-4342 
1-4344 



2«K 



1.40 
1.75 
2.05 
2.20 



1.20 
1.50 
1.70 
1.82 



1.03 

1.22 
1.45 
1.54 



1-5702 2/ 



2.50 2.10 



1-5761 2Ya W% Sy 2 3.75 3.15 



H4361 2Vn 

H4363 

H4370 

H5001 2H 

1-5005 

1-5009 



Wa 



1.25 

1.60 
2.05 



1.10 
1.35 

1.70 



.98 

1.19 
1.45 



2/g 



1.35 
1.75 
2.25 



1.17 
1.47 
1.86 



1.06 
1.28 
1.57 



H4372 2& 234 4 



1.20 1.05 



.94 



H5018 
H5027 



2/ 8 



1.20 

1.70 



1.05 
1.43 



.94 
1.25 



H5349 2-h 

1-5353 

1-5358 



2it 



4 
5 
654 



1.50 
1.90 
2.50 



1.30 
1.60 
2.05 



1.15 

1.40 



H5714 
1-5720 



2i 7 s 



Wa 

654 



1.40 
2.70 



1.20 

2.20 



1.08 



H4382 2/ 
H4386 



Wa 



1.20 
1.55 



1.05 
1.31 



.94 
1.16 



H5038 2/ 2 27/ 8 3 54 1-25 1.10 



.98 



H5726 2/ 

1-5730 

1-5734 

1-5738 

H5767 2/ 

1-5775 

1-5778 



1.55 
1.85 
2.35 
3.10 



1.20 
1.55 
1.90 

2.60 



&A 



3/ 
5/ 

634 



1.70 
2.80 

.3.25 



1.40 
2.25 
2.75 



1-6150 
1-6154 
1-6158 
J6171 



2/ 



354 



4 
5 
6 

Wa 



2.10 
2.45 
3.40 

4.10 



1.70 
2.05 
2.85 
3.40 



1-6570 



Wi 6/ 4.60 3.80 



H5745 
H5756 



25/s" 



1.30 
1.80 



1.13 
1.50 



1-5781 
1-5789 



2V% 



5 
754 



2.25 
3.80 



1.86 

3.20 



1-6182 25^ 354 7 4.15 3.45 



1-6288 2/ 8 3/s 6/ 2 4.25 3.55 



HA5987 2\\ 

1-5991 
IA5996 



3f<T 



4 
5 

654 



1.70 
2.10 
2.80 



1.43 
1.74 

2.30 



H5798 2-/ 3/ 8 4 1.65 1.39 



H6190 
1-6194 



2->4 354 



1.75 
2.15 



1.47 

1.78 



There is an EXTRA charge for Oil Grooves, Holes, Cutting Off and Special Operations. 



ALL PRICES ARE NET. 






EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



Part 

No. 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth. 



Price 
1-5 



Price 
6-15 



Price 
16-30 



Price 
31-49 



Price 
50-99 



1-6198 
1-6202 



m va 



2.65 

3.90 



2.15 
3.25 



1-6384 2^4 
1-6392 



4 
$4 



1.85 
4.00 



1.55 
3.35 



1-6573 224 3y 2 §y 2 4.35 4.00 



J-6409 2% 3^ 8 



4.20 3.45 



1-6576 2Y % 
1-6587 



3^2 



H6451 2] 
1-6472 



4^ 

sy 4 



2.50 

4.10 



2.05 
3.40 



3 1 V 



Wz 

&4 



1.80 
3.20 



1.50 
2.70 



1-6422 3_ 3H 8 4.00 3.35 



1-6598 3 
1-6604 
IA6612 



3K 2 



4^ 

6 

9 



2.40 
3.00 
4.30 



1.95 
2.50 
3.55 



1-6774 3 
J6786 



sy 8 



3.10 

4.40 



2.60 
3.65 



147 



Part 

No. 



Inside Outside 
Diam. Diam. Lgth. 



Price 
1-5 



Price 

6-15 



Price 

16-30 



Price 
31-49 



Price 
50-99 



16941 



J7310 



334 ey 4 3.50 2.95 



&y 2 4.50 3.75 



_H6620 3*4 Vy 4~~ 1.80 1.50 



1-7006 34 

1-7010 
J7025 



334 



2.90 
3.40 
4.50 



2.40 
2.85 

3.70 



1-7414 
1-7428 



5^ 
7 



1-7590 zy 2 4% 

J7598 " ^_ 

1-7671 3K> 4J4 

J7682 

1-7697 334 4% 



3.20 
3.95 



2.70 
3.30 



3.65 

4.70 



3.05 
3.90 



4V 2 



3.40 
5.00 



2.85 
4.00 
3.30 2.75 



177 11 334 4y 2 sy 2 4. 

4*£ 4 



3.90 



1-8191 
1-8203 



3.30 
4.50 



2.75 

3.70 



There is an EXTRA charge for Oil Grooves, Holes, Cutting Off and Special Operations. ALL PRICES ARE NET 

May be furnished from factory with oil grooves, holes or other special operation. Ask for q^rtto to^^specifloatio M 

Telephone or wnte for our Special Bunting twenty-page catalog. Let us be your supplier of h^adlZs^S 



t 

1 



Machined and Centered Bronze Bars 




Solid 13-Inch Bars 

Lengths will not be Cut. 



O.D. 


Wt. Lbs. 


O. D. 


Wt. Lbs. 


O.D. 


Wt. Lbs 


Inch 


Bar 


Inch 


Bar 


Inch 


•Bar 


Vz 


1 


m 


\iy 


^3%~ 


1 

31 


H 


iH 


2 


\zy A 


3% 


33 y 2 


2 


r- 2%- 


15 


*~2% '-- 


39 J^ 


% 


m 


2% 


163^ 


334 


45 


1 — ' 


34 * 


*2Vz r 


19 


4 


51 


VA 


4^ 


W* 


2034 


44 


57 


14 - 


sy 2 


' 2H~~ 


22^ 


4^ 


63 


-W% - 


sy 2 


234 


25 


5 


78 


W*r 


734 


2% 


2634 


W2 


96 


IH 


9 


3 


30 


6 


118 


134 - 


104 











All Bars Machined and Centered 



Cored Bronze Bars— 13" in Length— Always in Stock 



Piece 

Number 




2y 


154 


24 


1/2 


2/ 2 


134 


W% 


m 


234 _ 


1 




m 


m 


ijJ 


2-4 • 


134 


234 


2 


2% 


m 


2% 


2% 


3 


1 * 


3 


Wa 


3 


1/2 


3 


-JM , 



Inside Approx, 
Diam. Weiffht 

10 

174 

15% 

134 

ioy 2 

isy 2 

21 

1934 

174 

15 

124 

19 

1234 

25 y 2 
244 
22 

192 

16 

13 

294 

26^ 

24 

21 

ny 

3b4 

314 

29 
2634 

22% 

SPECIAL 



Piece 
Number 



Outside 
Diam. 



Inside Approx. 
Diam. Weight 



if 



K 

KG 

KE 

KA 

KF 

KB 

KX 

KC 

KH 

KD 

LA 

L 

LB 

LE 

LC 

LD 

M 

MC 

MD 

MI 

MC 

MF 

MK 

MH 

ML 

MA 

ME 

MO 

MB 

MX 



MI 


4k> 


MG 


4^ 


MF 


434 


MK 


434 


MH 


5 


ML 


5 : 


MA 


5 


ME 


$4 : 


MO 


by : 



m 
m 

m 

\ 

4 . 

4J4 
44 

4^4 

44 

4 r 4 

m 

454 

4 

4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 



2% 

m 



2 
24 

m 

234 

1 
2 



3 

1-4 

2 



234 

34 

2 

2y 2 

3 

24 

34 

3 
4 



ELECTRIC CATALOGUE. 



20 

374 
35^ 
32^ 
29^4 
26 

2\y 2 

48 

42^ 

38^ 

32 

24 

49 

44^ 

37 

29 

24 

57 

46 

35 

26 

48^ 

38 

67 

59^ 

51 

75^ 

624 
86 

63>4 



2/2 


3iy 2 




3 


29 




34 


24^ 




1/2 


57 




24 
3 


46 . 
35^ 




34 


26^ 





mk 



148 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 






Federated Solders 

A Complete Line 

Stocked in all standard grades and shapes. Special grades and shapes supplied to order. 




WIRE SOLDER 

Solid Wire Std. Gauge Vs" 

Neat-Pak 5 lb. and 10 lb. Cans 

Coils 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 lbs. 

Spools 5, 10, 20, 25, and 50 lbs. 

Reels - 25 and 50 lbs. 




Coil Spool 

ACID CORE WIRE SOLDER 

Standard Gauge W 

Neat-Pak 1 and. 5 lb. Cans 

Spools.,,. 20 lbs. 

Radio Core — Ribbon Wire. 




ROSIN CORE WIRE 

Standard Gauge i-i" 

Neat-Pak 1 and 5 lb. Cans 

Spools ....20 lbs. 

Radio Core — Ribbon Wire. 

SPECIAL WIRE SOLDER 
95-5 

Standard Gauge Vs" 
Coils 1, 5, and 10 lbs. 

Designed for use particularly with solder fittings 
exposed in use to high temperatures. 

We can supply wire solder in any of the follow- 
ing gauges: 

is, t; 5 i. :h, V&, and ui" or B. and S. Gauges as 
follows: 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. 

Approximate footage per pound: 

Solid Wire Vs" 20 Ft. 

Acid Core Vs" 25 Ft. 

Rosin Core h" 46 Ft. 

AUTO BODY 
5-Lb. Tubes 




BAR 

Standard Bars 1 V2 Lbs, 




TRIANGULAR STRIP 

Standard Size Va" x 22". 




STAR 

Standard Size i'V x 21". 
This shape is very popular for fast work as the five points provide fast melting, 
free flowing contacts for the hot copper. 




TINKER 

A miniature size bar for household or shop use. 




DROP 

200 to 600 drops to the pound. Convenient when small units are needed. 




ALUMINUM SOLDER 

Six sticks to the pound— no flux required. 




WIPING CAKE 

"Cloverleaf" Extra Wiping. Wt. 3 Lbs, To fit the ladle. 
Fine Wiping Cake. Wt. 5 Lbs. 



ALLEGHENY METAL SOLDER 

(For Soldering Stainless Steel) 



Special Dairy Solder (Contains no lead) 

Dairy Solder does not oxidize or turn dark and should be used 

for applications: 

(a) Where the equipment may be subjected to temperatures up 
to 300° F. 

(b) Where vibration is excessive. 

(c) Where the maximum in finish is required. 

(d) Where the value of the finished product is such that the extra 
cost in time and material can be absorbed. 

Ask for special booklet on soldering Allegheny MetaL 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



General Purpose Allegheny Metal Solder 
Should be used for applications: 

(a) Where the finished work is not subjected to temperatures 

higher than 250° F. 
tb) Where the job is a production item and speed in soldering 

is a factor. 

Both Allegheny Metal Solders supplied in 

Bars about 1 V2 lbs. each. 

Wire — W , I, and 5 lb. coils. 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



149 




Kester Solder — Acid-Core 

Kester Acid-Core Solder (for general work) is self-fluxing— it sup- 
plies the necessary flux from tiny pockets within itself as if is con- 
sumed. Consequently the dealer's sales talk consists of only this 
familiar phrase: "It requires only heat." 

Kester permits the novice to do clean and substantial work and 
the mechanic can double his output with less effort and at a saving 
of time and material. Auto Repairmen, Plumbers, Tinsmiths, Manu- 
facturers, Farmers, Householders, Radio Fans and many others are 
daily users of Kester. 

The one-pound spool is popular for tool kit and the smaller users, 
while the larger spools net the purchaser a neat saving. 

Diameter V% inch— about 30 feet to the pound. Packed in Mb. 
cartons and on 1, 5, 10 and 20 lb. spools. 

Price per pound 1 lb. pkg $ 

5 " " 

10 " " 

20 " " 



Kester Solder — Paste-Core 

Kester Paste-Core Solder is a combination of solder and paste at 
the price of one. It simplifies soldering and gives positive results. 

Kester Paste-Core Solder was placed on the market to allow those 
who in the past have used ordinary solder and a soldering paste 
separately, the opportunity of purchasing both items in one. It is 
made, as all other Kester Solders, of virgin Tin and Lead in a hollow 
wire form. It is filled with a soldering paste which is most efficient 
and the result of years of research. The same slogan applies to 
Kester Paste-Core Solder, namely, "Requires only Heat." 

It is put up on 1, 5, 10 and 20 pound spools. Standard about &" 
in diameter, runs approximately 30 feet to the pound. 

Price per pound 1 lb. pkg n $ 

5 " " 

10 " " 

20 " " 




Kester Metal Mender 

The extensively advertised package of Acid-Core Solder, designed 
for household use, automobilist, boy builders and for those who 
tinker. 

Each can of Kester Metal Mender contains a generous coil of 
solder. 

Kester Metal Mender is the smallest package of Kester Acid-Core 
Solder. 



Kester Solder — Rosin-Core 

Kester Rosin-Core Solder "requires only heat." Like Kester Acid- 
Core Solder it also possesses the same material and time-saving 
advantages and is the simplest way for novice or mechanic to make 
absolutely non-corrosive joints. 

It is used extensively in the ever-growing Radio field and for very 
delicate electrical work including telephone, switchboard joints, etc. 
Kester Rosin-Core Solder is a little slower in its action on the job and 
possibly requires more skill than Kester Acid-Core Solder. The larg- 
est manufacturers of delicate electrical instruments insist on the use 
of Rosin-Core Solder and have for years. With this recommendation, 
Radio fans accept it without question. 

Standard size about jft " in diameter and approximately 50 feet to 
the pound. Put up on one, five, ten and twenty pound spools. 

Price per pound 1 lb. pkg $ 

5 " " 

10 " " 

20 " " 



Price per package.,... $ 




Kester Radio Solder — Rosin-Core 

To assist in developing better radio soldering, Kester Radio Solder 
has been put on the market in the most convenient form. Kester is an 
approved, safe and simple solder. It is a hollow ribbon of genuine 
tin and lead having inside a pure rosin flux. This flux is in propor- 
tion to the surrounding solder and feeds out as the solder is used. 



Price per package.. 



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Pal-Weld Hard Solder 

Strength and Permanence: There has always been a demand for a solder that would 
develop strength. Pal- Weld has filled this demand. This solder has a bull-dog holding power. 
Formerly cast iron water jackets and cylinder heads had to be repaired by welding. Now 
Pal- Weld makes a permanent repair of equal strength at a big saving in time and labor. 

Low Melting Point: Pal- Weld Hard Solder melts at 615 degrees F. This is low enough to 
make repairs without pre-heating. It is still high enough to prevent the solder from melting out 
of high speed armatures or scored cylinders. Of course its strength is developed by that bond 
of pure tin which is only secured by Pal-Weld Soldering Compound. 

Price, Bar, $2.50. Approximate weight, 1 lb. 




Pal-Weld Tinning and Soldering Compound 

Cleans and tins at the same time. 

PAL-WELD Soldering Compound combines in a powder form the chemicals for cleaning and the pure tin 
for tinning. Where in the past it was necessary to use acid for cleaning, and solder for tinning, all that is re- 
quired now is PAL- WELD. Consider the saving in labor when you are doing considerable soldering. Simply 
sprinkle on Pal- Weld and rub in thoroughly with a soldering copper. No acid is necessary. 

Price: 16-oz., $2.00; 8-oz., $1.00; 4-oz„ $.50 



Pal-Weld Welding Flux for Cast Iron 

Pal- Weld Welding Flux for Cast Iron is the result of extensive laboratory and field tests. Pal- Weld will 
immediately float all the dirt scale and impurities in the Iron and if used properly will produce a smooth, soft, 
homogeneous and easily machined repair without hard spots or pores and with strength equal to the original 
Casting. Particularly recommended for use on low grade Cast Iron. 

Put up in 1 lb. Cans. Price $ .65 



9AL V 

WELDING FLUX 

FOR 

CAST-IRON 



Pal-Weld Soldering Salts 

These Soldering Salts are the result of extensive laboratory and field tests. Pal- Weld is a Cleaning and Soldering Flux that gives perfect 
results when used on dirty or uncleaned surfaces. Particularly recommended for tinners, radiator shops and can manufacturers. 

Put up in 1 lb. Cans. Price each $.60 



9AL 

WEI* 

B*AZlNO?f 




Pal- Weld Brazing Compound 



This Brazing Compound is composed of chemicals which, under investigations by laboratory tests and 
practical work, show unequaled results in brazing of Malleable Iron, Cast-Steel, Cast Iron, Monel, Steel, 
Copper, Brass, Bronze, etc. 

Pal- Weld Brazing Compound produces a smooth, soft, perfect Braze that is easily machined and finished. 
Requires a lower heat with less expansion and pre-heating and turns out a better class of work. 

Put up in 12-oz. Cans. Price $.75 



Pal-Weld Aluminum Flux 

For drawn or Cast Aluminum, is especially compounded to give satisfactory service under the most trying conditions of grease and dirt. 

Put up in V2 lb. Cans Price $.75 



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Eureka Metal Mender 

Uses no Heat — No Flux 

Apply as you would a glue or a paste. Mends any combination of Metal to glass, wood, etc. Mends Kitchen Utensils, Leaky pipes, Cylinder 
Heads, Gasoline Tanks, Jewelry, Leather Goods, Toilet Articles, Aluminum, Furniture, etc. Is water, oil, steam, and gasoline proof. 

Put up in Tubes 25c Each 

Alumaweld 

The all metal Solder — No special equipment needed. Just heat Price List 

and apply with soldering iron or torch. Solders Aluminum, Pot Metal, 

bnop Kit $5 nn 

Cast Iron, Brass, Tin, Copper, etc. Has a tensile strength of 10,000 lbs. Mechanic's Kit.... '"" 3 ' 50 

or 10 times the strength of common solder. Service Kit " 1*75 

Alumaweld is put up in convenient size packages containing Handy Kit g 

Alumaweld solder, flux, oil tempered steel wire brush and directions. Prices on bulk solder and flux quoted on request. 




Nokorode Paste 

Nokorode Soldering Paste will flux all metals except aluminum and is used in place of acid for all soldering jobs. 
Absolutely non-corrosive, safe as rosin and rapid as acid. Not affected by heat and does not spatter. Solder does not 
turn dark after using. Has a high tensile strength. 

2 Oz. Can p er can $0 .15 

Per Carton 3.60 
Can Size lbs. 1 10 25 50 

Per Lb -~- $ .90 $ .50 $ .45 $ .43 

1 lb. Cans, per Carton of 6 „ 4 5Q 

In Bbls., 500 lbs. Per lb * 4Q 



Nokorode Soldering Salts 



Nokorode Soldering Salts eliminates the use of corrosive acid and is the remedy for all soldering trouble. Makes per- 
fect, lasting and non-corrosive joints. Used by plumbers, tinsmiths and manufacturers. Highly economical with no dis- 
agreeable fumes. 

Can Size Lbs. 1 5 25 50 

Per Lb - - $ .60 $ .45 $ .35 $ .32 

In Bbls., 500 lbs. Per lb.. „ _ 20 




Perfec-Shine Metal Polish 

Unexcelled for Silver, Nickel, Brass, Chromium, Copper, Aluminum, Tile and Enamel; Gold Plated Instruments, Jewelry, etc.; Glass, Glass- 
ware and Mirrors. Non-inflammable and Harmless to Hands and Metal. 



7 Oz. Can... $ .25 



16 Oz. Can $ .50 



ALLEGHENY METAL Polishing Powder 

This powder easily removes heat tints without scratching the material. On polished material it will remove finger prints and dirt and 
restore the brightness of the original finish. 

Supplied in 1 Lb. and 5 Lb. Cans. 
Largest stock of sheet copper in the west. All sizes and weights in Soft, Cold Rolled, 

Tinned or Polished Copper. 



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AM CO 

SOLDERING SALTS 





AMCO 

SOLDERING PASTE 




An excellent soldering flux in the form of Salts, to which water is 
added in various proportions, making a flux superior to cut acid, 
that is harmless, free from acid and objectionable fumes. 



Packed in 



1-lb. Can $.60 

5-lb. Can, per lb 45 



50-lb. Container, per lb $.32 

Drums 



AMCO Soldering Paste contains a small percentage of powdered 
solder, enabling the flux to tin the surface. 

Sold in 2 oz., 1 lb. and 50 lb. Containers 
Sample Upon Request 

2-oz. Can $.15 

1-lb. Can _._. .90 

50-lb. Can, per lb 43 




Packed in attractive cartons of l A, l h and 1 lb. each. Orders may 
be for assorted sizes. 

The modern Sal-ammoniac, replacing the wasteful and uneconom- 
ical lump. SALBRICK, however, is not merely pressed Sal-ammo- 
niac, the physical structure being entirely changed, making the brick 
much harder and more lasting than any other form. 



"Tinol" 

Tinning Stick and Powder is designed to meet the need of a flux to 
permit the soldering of all metals with little or no preparation, such 
as previous filing, cleaning, scraping, etc. The flux, being very much 
more active than acids, penetrates most foreign surfaces and will 
fuse readily with the metal to be soldered. 



Silver Solder 



Round Wire — 1 Oz. Coils 





B&S Gauge 




t. Q-a. No. 




Decimal Inch 


*%:>" 




.09375 


12 




.080 


14 




.064 


16 




.050 


18 




.040 


20 




.032 


22 




.025 



* About 1 foot long. 



Ribbon — 1 Os. Cans 



Thick. Inch 

.003 
.003 
.004 
.004 
.005 



Width Inch 



1 
% 



Square Sticks — Va Oz. Each 

Size Lengrth 

Yw"~ .0625 10" to 12" 



SHEET SILVER SOLDER 

1 Oz. Per Sheet. 




Will coat all metals such as Brass, Copper, Sheet or Cast Iron, 
also Stainless Steel, Monel Metal, Aluminum as well as other metals 
and their alloys. Will penetrate grease, rust, or paint. 

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Alsol Soldering Flux 

(For Stainless Steel) 

The best material for soldering Allegheny Metal. It works quickly, 
is economical and prepares the surface to be soldered enabling the 
solder to take hold well and produce a strong joint. 

Pint Half-Gal. Gallon 

$1.20 $4.25 $7.25 



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National Brazing 
Flux 





FLUX 
SASTIRON 



National Brazing Flux has 
proven its worth on some of 
the most difficult jobs ever 
undertaken. 

For the fusion welding of 
brass or bronze and for the 
brazing of steel, malleable 
iron and cast iron it is un- 
surpassed. 

No. 1-F, Brazing Flux, 
1 lb. cans Each $1.00 



National Cast 
Iron Flux 

A high grade flux, made 
from the best materials ob- 
tainable. It is very uniform 
and produces a clean ma- 
chineable weld. 

No. 2-F. Cast Iron Flux, 
1 lb. cans Each $ .50 




FLUX 



National Cast 
Aluminum Flux 



National Cast Aluminum 
Flux is without doubt one of 
the best compounds for 
welding cast aluminum. It 
cleans and breaks up the 
oxide until the metal flows 
freely. 

No. 3-F. Cast Aluminum 
Flux, l /2 lb. cans, ea. $1 .50 



Welding Nozzle Chart 

For No. 110 National Welding Torch 



Size of 


Drill 


Thickness 






Approximate Cc 


►nsumptio] 


Nozzle 


Size 


Metal in 


Working" Pressure 


of g*as per hr. 


in cu. ft. 


P Type 


Orifice 


Inches 


Acety. 


Oxyg-en 


Acetylene 


Oxygen 


P- 


76 


JL 


1 


1 


2.0 


2.0 


P- 1 


72 


3*2 to 32 


1 


1 


3.0 


3.0 


P- 2 


66 


&to^ 


2 


2 


5.0 


5.0 


P- 3 


55 


^£toA 


3 


3 


9.0 


9.0 


P- 4 


51 


$2 tO 3% 


4 


4 


14,0 


14.0 


P- 5 


46 


^to& 


5 


5 


22.0 


22.0 


P- 6 


41 


H to % 


6 


6 


30.0 


30.0 


P- 7 


39 


i 7 * to y 


7 


7 


38.0 


38.0 


P- 8 


36 


y 4 \oiy s 


8 


8 


54.0 


54.0 


P- 9 


32 


i to \y 2 


9 


9 


70.0 


70.0 


P40 


30 


1 to 2 


10 


10 


100.0 


100.0 



Cutting Tip Chart 



For No. 200 National Attachment and No. 400 National Cutting Torch 







Drill Sizes 


Oxygen 


Acetylene 




Size of 


Preheat High Pressure 


Line 


Line 


Thickness 


Tip 


Orifice 


Cutting Orifice 


Pressure 


Pressure 


of Steel 


AAO 


76 


60 


10 to 20 


3 


A" to y 2 " 


AA1 


72 


57 


15 to 30 


3 


%"\o y 4 " 


AA2 


70 


54 


15 to 50 


5 


y A n \o 2" 


AA3 


68 


51 


20 to 60 


5 


y 2 " to 4" 


AA4 


66 


46 


30 to 60 


5 


2" to 6" 


AA5 


64 


42 


60 to 80 


8 


6" to 8" 


AA6 


61 


37 


70 to 100 


8 


8" to 10" 


AA7 


58 


32 


100 and up 


10 


12" 


AA8 


56 


30 


1 50 and up 


10 


14" 



Note. — This schedule is accurate only when NATIONAL Regulators are used. We do not 
recommend tips larger than AA5 for the No. 200 cutting attachment. 



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Torch Lighters 





Use a LIGHTER. It's the Safe and Economical way to light torches. The two types of lighters shown here are the popular selection of 
most welders. 

No. 1130. Shoot-a-lite with one flint Each $ .50 

No. 113QF. Shoot-a-lite flints Each $.10 Per Doz. 1.20 

No. 1131. Round file lighter with slip-on flint Each .30 

No. 1131F. Slip-on flints Each $.10 Per Doz. 1.20 

No. 1132. Round file lighter with screw-on flint Each .25 

No. 1132F. Screw-on flints ....Each $.10 Per Doz. 1.20 



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Price Each 

No. 8-OD Oxygen Regulator $14.00 

No. 16-AD Acetylene Regulator with adapter 14.00 

No, 30-T Oxygen Regulator...... 22.75 

No. 40-T Acetylene Regulator with adapter 22.75 

No. 128-0 Oxygen Regulator 12.50 

No. 1 13-0 Acetylene Regulator 12.50 

No. 50 Welding Torch with five nozzles 15.00 

Extra nozzles — Type G, Sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 1.75 

No. 25 Cutting Attachment with one tip 15.00 

Extra cutting tips— Type 25, Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4 2.50 

No. 110 Welding Torch with five nozzles 29.75 

Extra nozzles— Type P, Sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 3.00 

No. 200 Cutting attachment with AA-2 tip 20.00 

Extra tips— Type 200, Sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 3.50 

No. 33 Lead burning torch with three tips 6.50 

No. 3 Blow pipe with two tips for air and gas and one tip for oxygen and gas 6.50 

No. 2 Blowpipe same as No. 3 except no air control valve 5.00 

Extra tips for above — air and oxygen Nos. OX 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 50 

Extra tips for above — air and gas No. N-0 or N-l 1.00 

No. N-2 1.25 

Orthodontic Blowpipe (Gas and air) 6.00 

No. 4 Natural gas industrial bluow torch 15.00 

No. 6 Natural gas industrial blow torch 16.00 

No. 464 Fibre Goggle (specify light, medium or dark lens) 2.00 

No. 444 50-MM. Goggle (specify shade) 2.50 

No. 47-MM. Colored Lenses (specify shade) 50 

No. 47 Clear Lenses 10 

No. 50-MM. Colored Lenses (light, medium or dark) 60 

No. 50 Clear Lenses 15 



National Outfit No. 35-C 

For Oxygen and Acetylene. 
For light and medium welding and cutting. Price complete $63.25 

This outfit consists of: I No. 50 torch complete with five nozzles; I No. 25 cutting attachment with one tip; I No. 
8 OD double gauge safety oxygen regulator; I No. 16 AD double gauge safety acetylene regulator; 2 \2 l / 2 ft. lengths 
&" standard hose; I pair welding and cutting spectacles; I lighter; and I wrench. 



National Welding Outfit No. 35 

Same as No. 35-C listed above, less cutting attachment. Price complete $48.25 

National Outfit No. 44 

For Oxygen and Acetylene. 

For lead burning and light welding. Price complete $36.50 

This outfit consists of: I No. 33 lead burning torch with three tips; I No. 128-0 single gauge oxygen regulator; 
I No. II3-0 single gauge acetylene regulator; 2 12^4 ft. lengths -&" standard hose; and I No. 464 welding goggles. 




No. 8 




No. 16 




No. 30T 




No. 40T 



National Welding Outfit No. 46 

For Oxygen and Light Gas or for Air and Light Gas, such as nat- 
ural gas, city gas, propane, and butane gasses, such as Flamo, 
Shellane, etc. 
Combination lead burning, radiator, and brazing outfit. 

Price complete $22.00 

This outfit consists of: I No. 3 blowpipe with two tips for air and gas, 
and one tip for oxygen and gas; I No. 128-0 oxygen regulator; and 2 I2J^ ft. 
lengths -&" standard hose. 

Ask for separate catalogue showing complete NATIONAL line. 



National Outfit No. 70 

For Oxygen and Acetylene. 

For general purpose welding and cutting with a wide range capacity. 
Price complete..... $105.00 

This outfit consists of: I No. 110 welding torch with five nozzles; I No. 200 
cutting attachment with AA2 tip; I No. 30T oxygen regulator, I No. 40T 
acetylene regulator; I No. 464 goggles; I lighter; and 2 25 ft. lengths cf hose. 



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No. I13-0 



No. 128-0 




A "" II i|i4>3B— 

Natural Gas Industrial Torches 



No. 4 



No. 6 



National Welding Goggles 



155 





No. 25 Cutting Attachment 




fff 



Full Size 
National Orthodontic Blowpipe No. 33 Lead Burning Torch 

Simplex Vises are made with a steel slide. Ask us for prices. See pages 164 and 165. 



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National Welding Nozzles 



No. 10 




TYPE 
P 

Welding 
Nozzles 



No. 2 



No. 1 



Type P Welding Nozzles have one-piece copper elbows with 
nozzle points silver soldered to elbow. 

These nozzles give the long straight cone and the soft, hot flame so 
much desired for welding. This is accomplished by the National 
Patented Mixer. Sizes to 10 inclusive Price, each $3.00 



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National Cutting Tips 

For No. 400 Cutting Torch and No. 200 Cutting Attachment 

ACETYLENE CUTTING TIPS 

For General Cutting 




AAO AA1 



© @ © @ © © © 



AA2 AA3 



AA4 



AA5 



AA6 AA7 



AA8 



to W 



2W 



© 



DO 



CUTTING CAPACITY 



11" 



• © © © © 



D 1 



D2 



D3 



D4 



D5 



14" 




AL tips made in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6. 
BR tips made in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. 
AR tips made in sizes 0, 1,2, 3, 4. 
AS tips made in sizes 0, 1, 2, 3. 



BR 



AR 



AS 



HYDROGEN CUTTING TIPS 

Also used for Cast Iron Cutting (oxy-acetylene) 



© © © © © @ © @ © 



AH0 AH1 



AH 2 AH 3 AH4 AH 5 AH 6 

National Cutting Tips Each $3.50 



AH 7 AH 8 



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Purox No. 4017 Combination Welding 
and Cutting Outfit 

The No. 4017 Combination Outfit consists of: 
No. 28 Torch with Nos. 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 tips. 
No. 10 Oxygen Regulator with 100-lb. and 3C00-lb. gauges. 
No. 30 Acetylene Regulator with 30-lb. and 5004b. gauges. 
No. 21 Cutting Attachment with 2 tips and adaptor. 

12V2 ft. ! /4-in. green oxygsn hose with ferrules. 

12 V2 ft. Vk-in. red acetylene hose with ferrules. 

No. 201 Goggles. No. 28-to-ll Tip Adaptor. Spark Lighter. 

Wrenches. Instruction Manual. 
Price $99.00 



The No. 4017 Combination Welding and Cutting Outfit is complete 
welding and cutting equipment. It covers the entire welding range 
and has a cutting range up to two inches in thickness. It is a well 
balanced, moderately priced outfit assuring maximum utility, for job 
welding shops, garages, machine shops and manufacturing plants, 
where cutting requirements do not warrant the purchase of a sepa- 
rate cutting torch. 

The No. 4017 Combination Outfit includes the same apparatus as 
the No. 4011 Welding Outfit with the addition of the No. 21 Cutting 
Attachment. The No. 28 Torch — the standard Purox welding torch 
with a full assortment of tips — and the heavy duty regulators are 
well matched in capacity and are substantially built to give long 
service under the most severe operating conditions. The No. 21 
Cutting Attachment, while not intended for extremely heavy work, 
equips for all cutting usually encountered in average run-of-shop 
work. 




Oxweld and Purox Hose 



%" 2 Braid Corrugated Red Acetylene. 
3 /s" 2 Braid Corrugated Green Oxygen. 

W 7 Ply Green Oxygen (25' & 50' Lengths.) 
l A" 3 Braid Corrugated Green Oxygen. 
l A n 2 Braid Corrugated Green Oxygen. 
l A" 2 Braid Corrugated Red Acetylene. 

iV 1 Braid Corrugated Green Oxygen. 
A " 1 Braid Corrugated Red Acetylene. 




PUROX FLUXES 

The formulas for Purox fluxes were carefully 
worked out in the Union Carbide and Carbon 
Research Laboratories. They float out all im- 
purities such as oxides and slag from the weld 
metal. They also form a scum or coating over 
the molten metal that effectively protects it from 
the oxidizing effect of the atmosphere while 
cooling. 

Purox Brazing Flux for Brass and Bronze. Per lb $0.50 

Purox Brazing Flux (red) for Cast Iron. Per lb.. 1.50 

Purox Welding Flux for Cast Iron. Per lb 50 

PUROX ALUMINUM FLUX 

Purox Aluminum Flux (for drawn and cast). Per 6 oz. bottle $1.50 



Van Dorn electric tools are the best by test. See page 166. Ask for complete catalogue. 

We solicit your mill inquiries on all items in this Catalogue. We represent only reliable mills. 

Northern California Distributors for Allegheny Stainless Steels, the pioneer in stainless steels. 

Anything you do not see listed, telephone or ask our salesmen as we are adding new items all the time. 



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Purox No. 4008 Welding Outfit 

The No. 4008 Outfit consists of: 
No. 11 Welding Torch with Nos. 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 tips and wrench. 
No. 14 Oxygen Regulator with 100-lb. and 3000-lb. gauges & wrench. 
No. 34 Acetylene Regulator with 50-lb. and 500-lb. gauges. 

12 ! /2 ft. Vfc-in. green oxygen hose with ferrules. 

12V2 ft. V4-in. red acetylene hose with ferrules. 

Purox Spectacles. Spark Lighter. Instruction Manual. 

Price $57.00 

No. 21 Cutting Attachment $18.00 extra. 



Purox No. 4008 Welding Outfit 

The No. 4008 Welding Outfit is recommended for the user whose 
volume of work lies in the light-to-medium range. It is an ideal, gen- 
eral purpose outfit, moderately priced and of high quality. It is ex- 
tensively used by job welding shops, plumbing and heating con- 
tractors, manufacturers of metal products and especially by garages 
that require wide range and earning power in their standard equip- 
ment. 

The built-in stamina and extreme flexibility of the No. 4008 Outfit 
enable it to carry a peak welding load. It performs over the entire 
welding range— except on the extremely heavy jobs. Users in every 
industry find that this versatility materially reduces their outlay for 
operating equipment, The torch and regulators in the No. 4008 Outfit 
are sturdily made to stay on the job a long time; they give smooth, 
efficient performance at a low operating cost. 




Purox No. 4011 Welding Outfit 

The No. 4011 Outfit consists of: 
No. 28 Torch with Nos. 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 tips. 
No. 10 Oxygen Regulator with 100-lb. and 3000-lb. gauges. 
No. 30 Actelylene Regulator with 30-lb. and 500-lb. gauges. 

12V2 ft. 14 -in. green oxygen hose with ferrules. 

12V2 ft. ! /4-in. red acetylene hose with ferrules. 

No. 201 Goggles. No. 28-to-ll Tip Adaptor. Spark Lighter. 

Wrenches. Instruction Manual. 
Price $82.00 



Purox No. 4011 Welding Outfit 

The No. 4011 Outfit is of all-around utility for job welding shops, 
garages, foundries, boiler, machine and blacksmith shops. Thor- 
oughly dependable, well-balanced and unusually sturdy, it is a 
favorite in manufacturing plants where the maintenance of produc- 
tion schedules requires adequate welding equipment. It is designed 
for general purpose work and will handle the heaviest castings as 
efficiently as the jobs in the medium welding range. This adapt- 
ability makes for a far greater earning power than is usually pos- 
sible with outfits of this type. 

The torch and regulators in this outfit are large in size and capa- 
city. They give the outfit a wide range and are built to stand up 
under the hardest every day service. The No. 4011 Welding Outfit 
is compact and readily portable. It may be mounted with cylinders 
on a two-wheel truck in readiness for instant use anywhere in or 
outside the shop. 



Chromaloid — the metal with a thousand uses. Ask us more about it. Ask for samples. 



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Welding Rods and Spelter 



TOBIN BRONZE RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, Brass and 

Dia. inch y s A y 4 

Wtg. Lgth. .134 .302 .536 



Bronze. 



H 

1.21 



PHOSPHOR BRONZE RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
Extensively used for electrically welding Bronze Castings and 
Galvanized Iron. 

Dia. Inch >£ & % 

Wt. Lgth. .134 .305 .543 

MANGANESE BRONZE RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Brass and Bronze Castings. 
Dia. Inch % -h y A 

Wgt. Lgth .135 .305 .543 



12 


14 


080 


.064 


018 


.012 



SOFT BRASS SPELTER WIRE 

Random weight. Coils, 5 to 35 lbs. 
B. & S. Ga. 2 46 8 10 

Dia. Inch .257 .205 .162 .128 .101 
Wgt. Foot .191 .120 .075 .047 .029 

DEOXIDIZED COPPER 

36 Inch Lengths 



PHOSPHOR— COPPER ROD 

36 Inch Lengths 

A self-fluxing alloy of copper and phosphorus available in round 
rod form. For application on copper and copper base alloys. Used 
extensively in the manufacture of electrical eguipment. This rod 
becomes extremely fluid at 1375° F. 



Dia. Inch 



& 



X 



fs 



and 



% 



SILICON BRONZE 

36 Inch Lengths 

For welding Silicon Bronze Plates, Sheets, etc. 

DRAWN BRASS RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Cast and Sheet Brass. 
Dia. Inch A A V$ 

Wgt. Lgth. .031 .070 .135 

SPELTER BRAZING SOLDER 

Stocked in either Round or Long Grain. 
In granulations from Fine to Coarse. 



.281 



.500 



DRAWN ALUMINUM RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Sheet Aluminum. 
Dia. Inch l /% 

Wgt. Lgth. .042 

CAST ALUMINUM RODS 

14 Inch Lengths 
For welding Cast Aluminum. 
Dia. Inch )/% 

Wgt. Lgth. .016 



.180 



.070 



Iron and Steel Rods 



BESSEMER COPPER COATED RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 

For welding Steel Plates, Sheets, Castings, Pipes, and Structural 
Shapes. 

Dia. Inch A ft % i\ Ya 

Wgt. Lgth. .031 .070 .125 .281 .500 



NICKEL STEEL RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Cold Rolled, Shafting, Nickel, or Chrome Steel. 
Dia. Inch l A $s % 

Wgt. Lgth. .134 .302 .536 



CAST IRON RODS 






24 Inch Lengths 






For welding Cast Iron. 






Dia. Inch % ft % ^ 


H 


% 


Wgt. Lgth. .085 .240 .340 .500 


.760 


.133 



ALLEGHENY METAL STAINLESS STEEL 

15 Inch Coated Welding Electrodes 
36 Inch Bare Gas Welding Wire 

Dia. Inch t\ r?-2 % $z i\ % 

Length Weight per length 

15 Inch .013 .029 .052 .082 .118 .209 

36 Inch .0313 .0703 .1251 .1959 .282 .501 

This rod can also be supplied in Allegheny 33, 44, 55, or 66. 

May also be supplied with Columbium content. 



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VANADIUM STEEL RODS 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Vanadium Alloys. 
Dia. Inch 
Wgt. Lgth. .302 



STEEL WELDING WIRE 

36 Inch Lengths 
For welding Steel Tanks, Boilers, Barrels, etc. 
Dia. Inch & A % 

Wgt. Lgth. .033 .075 .134 .302 



.536 



% 
.536 



iff 
.748 



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Soldering Coppers 

Drawn Copper — Forged Handles 

Pointed, Roofing, or Bottom Pattern 



Rigid Hatchet 



C 

Pointed 



Swivel Hatchet 



Bottom 



Weight, Per Pair: V 2 , %, 1, W2, 2, ZVi, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, and 14 Pounds. 



Copper Hammers 




Copper Hammers 
Weight Per Pound 



Length of 
Handles Handle 



1 lb. Hammer .05 plus base ,10 11" 
1V2 lb. Hammer .04V2 plus base .12 12" 

2 lb. Hammer .04 plus base .12 12" 
2V2 lb. Hammer .03 ¥2 plus base .13 14" 

3 lb. Hammer .03 plus base .13 14" 

4 lb. Hammer .03 plus base .15 16" 

5 lb. Hammer .03 plus base .17 18" 



Hexacon Electric Soldering Irons 

The Ideal Iron for Industrial Use 



Screw Type 
Note these Points: 



1. Heating element and insulation will stand up under continuous 
high temperature. 

2. Replaceable, hard drawn copper tip, nickel-plated. 

3. Case made of solid hexagon steel, (except 50 Watt size) afford- 
ing it great mechanical strength. 

4. Heating Element made of the best grade nickel-chromium re- 
sistance wire, insulated with mica. 

5. Grip-tight Ferrule makes tool adjustable in length. Rigidly held 
in place in all positions. 



a 

Plug Type 



6. Smooth, cool handle comfortably fits the hands. 

7. Easily accessible terminal (inside handle) constructed to relieve 
cord strain on contact screws. 

8. Underwriter's approved heater cord. 

9. "Hexacon" products are guaranteed perfect in workmanship 
and material. There is no limit to our guarantee, we will make 
good any "Hexacon" product in which our investigation shows 
any manufacturing defect no matter how long used. 

Will operate either on A. C. or D. C. 







SCRE\ 


v n 


TE TIPS 








Price List Each 






Cat. 




Tip 




Type 


Weight Oz. 


Complete 


Extra 


Heating 1 


Heating 


Cord 8c 


Handle & 


No. 


Watts Dia. 




Tip Lengrth 


Less Cord 


Iron 


Tip 


Element 


Head 


piugr 


Perrule 


50 


50 


ft 




Screw Adjustable 


8 


$ 3.50 


$ .30 


$1.75 


$2.25 


$ .60 


$ .75 


85 


85 


1/2 




Screw Adjustable 


12 


6.00 


.40 


3.00 


4.15 


.60 


.75 


130 


130 


% 




Screw Adjustable 


15 


8.00 


.65 


4.25 


5.90 


.60 


.75 


225 


225 


lVfe 




Screw Adjustable 


28 


9.75 


1.10 


4.75 


7.20 


.60 


.75 


350 


350 


1% 




Screw Adjustable 


37 


11.50 


1.50 


6.00 


8.55 


.60 


.75 


500 


500 


15/8 




Screw Adjustable 


55 


13.00 


1.95 


7.25 


9.60 


.60 


.75 












PLUG TYPE TIPS 






















Shipping 1 
























Weight Oz. 














P 70 


70 


% 




Plug Adjustable 


16 


$ 4.50 


$ .25 


$2.25 


$3.30 


$ .50 


$ .35 


P100 


100 


% 




Plug Adjustable 


18 


5.50 


.32 


2.75 


4.25 


.50 


.35 


P125 


130 


y 8 




Plug Adjustable 


21 


7.00 


.60 


3.50 


5.45 


.50 


.35 


P200 


200 


y 8 




Plug Adjustable 


24 


8.00 


.65 


3.75 


6.40 


.50 


.35 


P300 


300 


7 /8 




Plug Adjustable 


36 


9.75 


1.25 


4.75 


7.55 


.50 


.35 


P550 


550 


lVs 




Plug Adjustable 


60 


12.00 


1.75 


6.00 


9.30 


.50 


.35 




! 








REPLACEMENT TIP SERVICE 
















Screw Type Tips 








Plug Type Tips 






Cat. 


Tip 




Fits VULCAN Pits ESICO 








Pits 






No. 


Dia. 


Price 




Cat. Nos. 


Cat. Nos. 








AMERICAN 


Pits 


50 


& 


$ .30 


10 


20 & 600 




Cat. 


Tip 




BEAUTY 


ESICO 


85 


V2 


.40 


30 


40, 100 & 700 


56 & 101 


No. 


Dia. 


Price 


Cat. Nos. 


Cat. Nos. 


130 


Ve 


.65 


50 


200 & 500 


121 &201 


100 


3 /8 


$ .40 


3138 




85 


225 


Ws 


1.10 


70 & 300 




200 


5 /8 


.65 


3158 




205 


350 


1% 


1.50 


80 & 400 


350 


300 


Va 


1.25 


3178 




355 


500 


l s /e 


1.95 


90 & 800 


500 


550 


I VI 


1.95 


3198 




505 


130 Tip Adapter, $.65, Permits 


use 


of No. 85 Tip in No. 


130 Iron. 















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Sheet Metal Terminals 







Dia. 






List 


Part Thiclc- 


Stud 


Weight Carton 


per 


No. 


ness 


Hole 


per 1000 Qty. 


100 





.022 


3 /l6 


2V 2 


1000 


$ .90 


1 


.025 


%6 


3 


1000 


1.47 


*1 


.030 


!%4 


3 3 /4 


1000 


1.77 


1A 


.030 


%6 


4 3 /4 


1000 


1.89 


2 


.030 


14 


3V& 


1000 


1.74 


*3 


.022 


«Tl6 


2 3 /4 


1000 


1.26 


3 


.030 


%8 


33/4 


1000 


1.59 


3 


.040 


3 /l6 


43/4 


500 


1.98 


4 


.022 


13 /(H 


2V4 


1000 


1.17 


*4 


.030 


*%4 


3 


1000 


1.44 


4 


.040 


X %4 


4 


1000 


1.71 


*5 


.022 


13 /< 5 4 


3!/2 


1000 


1.59 


5 


.030 


!%4 


43/4 


1000 


1.86 


5 


.040 


] %4 


6 


500 


2.55 


*6 


.030 


7 /32 


41/2 


500 


1.74 


6 


.040 


%2 


51/2 


500 


2.22 


*7 


.022 


% 


53/4 


500 


2.22 


7 


.030 


y 4 


73/4 


500 


2.88 


7 


.040 


% 


101/4 


500 


3.63 


*8 


.022 


% 


6V4 


500 


2.37 


8 


.030 


% 


9 


500 


3.21 


8 


.040 


% 


12 


500 


4.29 


9 


.022 


% 


11% 


250 


4.30 


'10 


.030 


%2 


41/2 


500 


1.80 


10 


.040 


%2 


5^2 


500 


2.31 


11 


.030 


*%4 


33/4 


500 


1.71 


12 


.030 


13 /k 


3V 2 


1000 


1.65 


13 


.025 


13 /t>4 


3 


1000 


1.32 


13A 


.025 


13 /o4 


3H 


1000 


1.53 


14 


.025 


%2 


ZVa 


1000 


1.56 


15 


.025 


13 / 3 2 


m 


500 


1.77 


16 


.030 


%2 


5V4 


50'0 


2.43 


17 


.030 


%2 


5V4 


500 


2.52 


18 


.030 


%6 


3Vl 


1000 


1.56 


55 


.025 


% 


6 


500 


2.10 


70 


.022 


] %4 


2V2 


1000 


. 1.20 


*70 


.030 


X %4 


3 


1000 


1.35 


70 


.040 


*%4 


■ 3^2 


500 


2.34 


*71 


.030 


!%2 


5^2 


500 


2.34 


71 


.040 


] %2 


7 


500 


2.88 


72 


.025 


3 /l6 


43/4 


1000 


1.62 


73 


.030 


l %4 


3 


1000 


1.62 


74 


.040 


,:i ,;4 


6!/2 


500 


2.88 


75 


.030 


Hk 


6 


500 


4.83 


76 


.030 


] /i 


5 


500 


2.52 


77 


.030 


%o 


5V4 


500 


2.52 


78 


.030 


34« 


5 l /4 


500 


2.52 


79 


.030 


%6 


2 Mi 


1000 


1.62 



* Unless otherwise specified, terminals will be fur- 
nished in the weights marked(*). 



No. 



No, 1 



No. 1A 



No. 13 




No. 13 A 



No. 14 



No. 



No. 2 



No. 3 



No. 4 



No. 5 



No. 6 



No. 7 



No. 8 



Sheet Metal Terminals 

Copper (except as noted) 
WITHOUT BRIDGE 



No. 16 



No. 9 



No. 10 



No. 11 



No. 12 





No. 18 



No. 70 



No. 71 



No. 72 







No. 73 




No. 74 



No. 75 





No. 76 



No. 77 





Copper (except as noted) 
WITH BRIDGE 



No. 17 



No. 79 
(Brass) ^ 





- (Q>& 



No. 83 



No. 78 




No. 55 
r I*f\~ (Brass) 




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Side Formed Soldering Lugs 




Max. 
Fart Amp. B&S 

Number Cap. (A.W.GK) 
N. E. C. Stranded 
A Wire 



APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS IN 
INCHES 



*J4 
*& 

* us 
St 

Hi 

H 
H 



l 

I A 

W 
2A 



25 

35 

50 

70 

90 

125 

150 

175 

225 

250 

325 

362 

400 

450 

550 

650 

850 

1050 



10 
8 
6 
4 
2 

00 
000 
0000 
250.000CM 
400,000CM 
450.000CM 
50O,O0OCM 
600,000CM 
800.000CM 1 
1,000,000CM 1 
],5Q0,000CM1 
2,000,000CM 1 



.1368 

.186 

.232 

.285 

.336 

.398 

.461 

.511 

.559 

.651 

.776 

.82 

.88 

.943 

.084 

.210 

.460 

.660 



*%4 

%2 
%2 

*%2 

] %2t 
] %2f 
r %2 
l%2 

*%2 
1%2 

1 VS2 

1 %2 



l %2 

v> 

!%2 






1 

1 %2 

1 % 

1 % 

1 % 

2Vk 

2 % 

2 % 

3 % 

3 r 'fs 



J 7i6 

i y 3 2 

1 %2 

l n /32 
1 V> 

1 3 4 

2 
2% 

2 %2 

2% 

3 % 

3 7 /l6 

4 

4 

5 

5% 

6 % 

7 tt 



', 



L6 



w 



%2 

7 /32 



n /32 

13 /B2 
7 /l6 

% 

17 /32 



l 

i % 
1 %e 

1 %6 

1 % 




Weigfht Carton 
per 1000 Qty. 



4 

6 

11 

17 

24 

35 

46 

60 

80 

120 

225 

285 

380 

420 

705 

788 

1470 

2765 



250 
200 
200 
125 
100 
100 
100 
100 

50 

25 
Bulk 



List 
per 100 

$ 2.43 

2.85 

4.41 

4.95 

6.75 

8.79 

11.28 

15.60 

19.50 

38.40 

57.00 

72.00 

89.40 

94.50 

150.00 

168.00 

292.80 

474.00 



^ D — 1 




N 


E 


H F *■ 



To select Terminals according to 
N. E. C. Rating governing knife 
switches, use the following equiv- 
alents: 



30 amperes- 
60 ampere s- 
100 amperes- 
200 amperes- 
400 amperes- 
600 amperes- 
800 amperes- 
1,000 amperes- 



-use l /\ 
-use %" 
-use Yz" 
-use \k" 
-use 1 tV 
-use ItV' 
-use \y±" 
-use 2iV 



size 
size 
size 
size 
size 
size 
size 
size 



Part 
No. 



Thick- Dia. Weig-ht 
ness Stud Hole per 1000 



.016 
.030 
.016 
.022 
.016 
.016 
.030 
.040 
.022 
.030 
.022 
.040 
.022 
.040 
.094 
.094 
.094 
.025 
.100 
.075 
.026 



%2 

%2 

%2 



til 



Carton list 

Qty. per 100 

1 1000 $ .66 

IVk. 1000 1.20 

1 1000 .66 

1 1000 .72 
Wa 500 .72 

16 Wa 500 .72 

hi 1% 1000 1.20 

ifl 2% 1000 1.47 

2 1000 .96 
2 ] /2 1000 1.23 
2V'2 1000 1.86 
AVa 1000 1.74 
3i/ 2 500 1.65 
6 3 /e 500 2.91 

34 Va 250 6.69 

341/2 250 7.44 

2 34V4 250 9.12 

'sq. 3 ! /4 1000 1.74 

75 250 13.50 

68 200 10.14 

17 250 1.45 

* Unless otherwise specified, terminals will be furnished 
in the weights marked (*). 



SINGLE EAR TYPE 

Copper (except as noted)' 



*19 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 
# 24 

24 

25 

26 
*27 

27 

29 
*29 

80 

80A 

81 

83 

84 

85 

86 



••, 



16 

%2 

fa 

*%2 
%2 
fa 



*fa 

Vi 

l fa 

1 %2 




No. 80 and No. 80-A (Brass) 



No. 81 (Brass) 



FLAT TYPE 



Part 
No. 


Thick 
ness 


Dia. 

Stud Hole 


Weig-ht 
per 1000 


Carton 
Qty. 


List 
per 100 


31 


.022 


] %2 


3 


1000 


$1.98 


32 


.022 


l %4 


Wi 


2000 


1.47 * 


33 


.022 


Hk> 


13/4 


1000 


1.47 


34 


.016 


fa 


V2 


2000 


.51 yf 


35 


.016 


%6 


V2 


2000 


.51 m 


36 


.016 


fa 


Vz 


2000 


•72 lj| 


38 


.016 


*i$ 


V2 


2000 


.72 




No. 34 (Tinned) No. 35 (Tinned) No. 36 (Tinned) No. 38 (Tinned) 



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No. 31 



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Simplex Steel Slide Vises 

Note these features: 
N . 1 — STEEL vs. IRON. Simplex steel front jaw slide is unbreakable, being machined from a solid bar of steel. 

jfo. 2 REMOVABLE JAW INSERTS. Usual screw fastenings reinforced by steel dowels, easily removed, simple in design, cannot work loose, 

made of tool steel carefully tempered. 
No. 3 SQUARE CUT SCREW. Made from high tensile strength steel with a machined, square cut thread, insures maximum pull. 





COMBINATION PIPE VISE 

Furnished with or without Pipe laws. 



No. 


Jaw 

Inches 


Wg-ht. 
lbs. 


Holds 
Pipe 


Price 
"Without Price 
Pipe Jaws Complete 


CP33 


3 3 / 4 " 


46 


1 /8"to2 1 /2" 


$13.60 $16.00 


CP43 


43/4" 


80 


Va" to 4" 


18.60 22.00 



MACHINISTS' VISE— STATIONARY BASE 



No. 


Width 

of Jaw 


Jaws 
Open 


wgrht. 

lbs. 


List 
Price 


31P 


3V4" 


AW 


21 


$10.00 


33P 


3 3 / 4 " 


5" 


30 


11.25 


41P 


41/4" 


6" 


42 


12.75 


43P 


43/4" 


7" 


60 


15.50 


51P 


5*4* 


8" 


83 


20.00 


61P 


6 14" 


10" 


122 


39.00 


7 IP 


71/4" 


12" 


175 


55.00 


81P 


814" 


13" 


231 


75.00 



MACHINISTS' VISE— SWIVEL BASE 




No. 


Width 
of Jaw 


Jaws 
Open 


Wg-ht. 
lbs. 


List 
Price 


31S 


31/4" 


41/2" 


25 


$13.00 


33S 


33/4" 


5" 


36 


15.00 


41S 


41/4" 


6" 


50 


17.00 


43S 


43/4" 


. 7" 


72 


20.00 


51S 


5*4" 


8" 


100 


30.00 


61S 


6W 


10" 


146 


52.00 


71S 


71/4" 


12" 


210 


70.00 




MACHINISTS' VISE— SWIVEL BASE— SWIVEL JAW 



No. 
41SJ 

43SJ 



No. 

42CP 



Width 
of Ja«r 

41/4" 

4 3 /4" 



Jaws 
Open 

6" 

7" 



Wg-ht. 
lbs. 

56 

75 



COACHMAKERS' VISE 



Width 
of Jaw 



41/2" 



Jaws 
Open 

11" 



Wght. 
lbs. 

69 



List 
Price 

$24.00 

28.00 



List 
Price 

$17.50 



Steel Slides used in Simplex Vises only are lighter and four times 
stronger. 



STAINLESS STEEL Rivets, Screws, Cap Screws, Nttts, Cotters, Washers, Escutcheon Pins, etc., 
can be supplied from stock or from factory. 



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Coping Saw Frame 



No. 
30 



100 

350 
400 
500 



The Simplex Utility Vise 

The best low-price vise ever made. 

Without Swivel Base 

Width Jaw Wgt. 

of Jaw Opens Lbs. 

3Vb" 4" 10 



Holds No. 60 and No. 65 Blades. 
Three No. 60 Blades supplied with each frame. 
wo. Throat Wgt. 

Depth oz. 

42 4 1 /s" 7 





With Swivel Base 




3" 


314" 


12 


31/2" 


41/2" 


19 


4" 


5" 


25 


5" 


7" 


27 



The only utility vise with Steel Slide and enclosed Screw, 



List 
Price 

$2.20 



3.00 
4.50 
7.50 

8.50 




Price 
Each 

$1.60 




No. 

47 



Price 
Each 

.90 



One No. 65 Blade supplied with each frame. 

Throat Wgt. 

Depth Oz. 

6 W 9 

No. 60 and No. 65 COPING SAW BLADES 

Pin pattern blades are heavier, cut faster and straighter and will 

outwear the finer tooth blades. 

No «,. Wgrt -^ er Price Per 

2k ■> Gross Oz. Gross 

t>0 6 x:^" 9 $2 .5o 

65 6V&X&" 11 2 50 



Simplex Drill Press and Milling Machine Vise 

A strong, well built, low priced vise that is indispensable on every 
drill press and milling machine. 

Width of jaws 31/2 Inches 

Maximum opening __ 41/2 " 

Overall length \2Vz " 

Weight 16 Pounds 

List, price, each $8.00 




KEYHOLE HACK SAW 

Cuts nails, metal lath, plaster board, stucco, armored cable, con- 
duit, packing, bakelite, fibre, wood, etc. 

Blade Overall Price 

*?' Length Length Weight Each 

Z % _ 51/ 2" 9V2" 4ozs. $ .25 

7 Extra blades, per dozen 1.45 




Universal Flexible Hand 
Hack Saw Blades 

23 Gauge— .025" thick steel 




Length 
Inch 
8 

10 

10 

10 

12 

12 

12 



Length 
Inch 
10 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
21 
24 



Teeth Per 
Inch 

18-24-32 
14-18-24-32 

18-24-32 

18-24-32 
14-18-24-32 
14-18-24-32 

18-24-32 



Teeth Per 
Inch 

10 

14-18 
10-14 
10-14 

14-18 

14 
6-10 
10-14 
10-14 

14 

6-10 
4- 6-10 
10-14 

14 

6-10 

4- 6-10 

10 

6-10 
4- 6-10 
4- 6-10 

6-10 



Width 

Inch 

ft 

1 



Tungsten 

$ 8.00 
10.00 



12.00 
13.50 



Price Per Gross 

Blu-Mol 



$40.00 

4&\66 



Universal Power Hack Saw Blades 



Width 
Inch 

3 /4 

3 /4 

3 /4 
1 

5/8 
1 
1 

3/4 
1 
1 
1 

IVa 

1 

1 

1 

11/4 

1 

1V4 

1V4 

11/2 

IV2 



Thickness 
Gauge 

.049-18 

.032-21 

.049-18 

.049-18 

.032-21 

.049-18 

.065-16 

.049-18 

.049-18 

.049-18 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.049-18 

.049-18 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.065-16 

.065-16 



Tungsten 

$ 20.40 
19.44 
24.48 

32.64 
16.20 



28.56 
38.08 



Price Per Gross 
Blu-Mol 



U 20.96 
120.96 



High Speed 

$40.32 

High Speed 



$172.80 
172.80 



58.80 
46.24 



71.40 
75^60 



105.84 
120.96 



141.12 
141.12 
176.40 

171.36 
171.36 
214.20 
181.44 

226.80 

317.52 
362.88 



201.60 
201.60 
252.00 



244.80 

244.80 
306.00 
259.20 



324.00 
453.60 
518.40 



2* 



166 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Van Dorn Electric Tools 
New Vi-lnch Junior Drill M-Inch Standard Drill 




$19.50 



The New W Junior {above) drives twist drills for drilling up to 
l A" holes in metal; augers for drilling up to W holes in wood. Also 
drives wheels for light grinding, buffing, wire brushing, polishing, 
etc. A practical, handy tool that will make short work of a thousand- 
and-one odd jobs around the shop, home or garage. Light in weight. 
Smooth in design. Easy to handle. Powerful Universal motor. Sturdy 
aluminum housing. Compo oil-less bearings. Sliding thumb switch. 
Three-jaw key chuck. Dependable Van Dorn construction through- 
out. A great buy at its sensationally low price. 




$31.00 



An ideal tool for the shop that is using a W drill continuously, 
and where the applications are not heavy enough to justify the pur- 
chase of a heavy duty drill. 

A very popular drill for driving valve guide brushes, carbon clean- 
ing brushes, and valve seat hones. It is also suitable for use as a 
small bench grinding outfit for light grinding, tool sharpening, buf- 
fing, and wire wheelbrushing. 

Speed— No load, 2,000 R.P.M. Full load, 1,350 R.P.M. 

Drilling Capacity — ¥i inch in steel. 

Equipment — 3-jaw Jacobs chuck, 3-conductor cable and plug. 

Weight — SVfe lbs. Shipping weight — 7 lbs. 

Overall length — 11% inches. 

Motor — Universal Type. Operates on A. C. or D. C. Standard 
Voltage, 110. 

Other Voltages, 32, 220 or 250, furnished at no extra charge. 



New %-Inch lunior Drill 



Vi-Inch Standard Drill 




$35.00 






The New W Junior (above) drives twist drills for drilling up to 
W holes in steel,- augers for drilling up to 1 l A n holes in wood. Also 
drives hole saws for cutting clean, round holes, from W to ZVi" 
diameter, in wood, metal or composition. A husky, he-man tool that 
will make quick work of so many tough jobs you'll wonder how you 
ever got along without it. Smoothly designed. Perfectly balanced. 
Easy to handle. Powerful Universal motor. Husky aluminum hous- 
ing. All-purpose spindle speed. Triple gear reduction for plenty of 
torque. Compo oil-less bearings. Safety switch. Three-jaw Jacobs 
chuck. Real Van Dorn quality. Now's your chance to buy a great 
drill at a really small price. 




$55.00 



Compact design, light weight and correct spindle speed, which 
varies according to load, make this l /2-inch drill adaptable to all 
forms of maintenance work. Millwrights, garagemen, electricians 
, . . maintenance men in every field refer to it as an old standby. 
Use it to drill in cast iron, steel or wood; with hole saws or for driv- 
ing spring-expanded cylinder hones. When used with a Vi-inch 
bench stand it makes an excellent drill press. This electric drill ably 
covers the entire field of maintenance work. Equipped with power- 
ful Van Dorn motor, ball-bearing armature and spindle thrust, and 
automatic safety switch. 

Speed— No load, 400 R.P.M. Full load, 300 R.P.M. 

Drilling capacity — Vi inch in steel. 

Equipment — Combination spade and breast plate handle, 3-jaw 
Jacobs chuck, 3-conductor cable and plug. 

Weight- — 15 lbs. Shipping weight — 20 }bs. 

Overall length — -16% inches. 

Furnished with No. 1 or No. 2 Morse Taper Socket, $5 extra. 

Motor— Universal Type. Operates on A. C. or D. C. Standard 
Voltage, 110. 

Other Voltages, 32, 220 or 250, furnished at no extra charge. 



Hole Saws 




For use with Yi, 5 /s and 3 /4" Electric Drills. 

For Hole sizes %" to 4", also mandrels and pilot drills. 



Price 
Each 



Saw Sizes 

3 / 4 , 7 /a, or 1" $ .65 

We, IVi, 1%, or iVi" 85 

l 5 /s, l 3 / 4 , or 17/8" 1.00 

2, 2iV, or 2i/s" 1.20 



Price 
Saw Sizes Each 

2Va, 2%, or 2W $1.40 

2V8, 23/4, or 27/ 8 " 1.50 

3, 3Vs, 3V4, or 3V6" 1.65 

4" 2.00 



Ask for catalogue showing complete "Van Dorn" portable tool line. 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfleld 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



167 



V4-Inch Heavy Duty Electric Drill 



Wire Wheel Brushes 



$43.00 




The Va" Heavy Duty Drill is the most economical unit, from every 
standpoint, for heavy duty drilling on continuous production work. 

A ball bearing tool built according to Van Dorn standards of 
workmanship. 

Speed— No lead, 2,000 R.P.M. Full load, 1,200 R.P.M. 

Drilling capacity — Va inch in steel. 

Equipment — 3-jaw Jacobs chuck, 3-conductor cable and plug. 

Weight— 7 lbs. Shipping weight — 9 lbs. 

Overall length— 12 Vfe inches. 

Motor -Universal Type. Operates on A. C. or D. C. Standard 
Voltage, 110. 

Other Voltages, 32, 220 or 250, furnished at no extra charge. 



Heavy Duty Electric Drill 




Once you handle this sturdy Van Dorn tool you will recognize a 
pleasing difference in the way it drills. So powerful that it cannot be 
stalled, even when drilling up to its maximum capacity in tough 
steel. 

Typical Van Dorn power and highest type anti-friction construc- 
tion that is rugged and sturdy. Ball bearings used on armature shaft 
and spindle thrust. These bearings assure frictionless, long-time 
duty under the most gruelling conditions. 

This heavy duty drill is ideal for all types of automotive mainten- 
ance work, such as driving cylinder hones, etc. Automatic safety 
switch, hardened alloy steel gears. 

W* Heavy Duty $ 68.00 

5 /s" Heavy Duty 78.00 

W Heavy Duty.. 90.00 

7 /e" Heavy Duty 96.00 

1" Heavy Duty 115.00 

W and 1" Drills equipped with No. 2 and No. 3 Morse Taper 
Sockets, respectively. 

Motor — Universal Type. Operates on A. C. or D. C. Standard Volt- 
age, 110. Other Voltages, 32, 220 or 250, furnished at no extra 
charge. 



Phone OAKLAND— HI gate 2366 




For cleaning castings; moulds of all kinds; gears; dry and storage 
battery parts; welds; scale from forged and hardened parts; brass 
and copper before brazing; paint from automobile bodies, stoves, 
etc. These Van Dorn Brushes are rigid and compact and are made of 
the proper gauge, spring tempered wire for each size. They have a 
wide face; maximum number of wires, perfect balance and long life. 



No. 


Diameter 


Hole 


Price 


704 


4" 


V2 or 3 /s 


$1.50 


706 


6" 


t 


2.50 


707 


7" 


t 


3.25 


708 


8" 


t 


3.50 


710 


10" 


t 


6.00 


712 


12" 


t 


8.00 


Extra Arbor Hole 


Adaptors, per pair... 




$0.20 



fArbor hole Adaptors furnished for 3 /s", W, W, W , 7 /s", 1" 
H/e", 11/4", l 3 / 8 ", 1W and 1W. Specify size wanted. 



Grinding Wheels 




A complete line of replacement grinding wheels for Van Dorn 
units are obtainable. These are carried in the following sizes in the 
grades indicated. 







Description 






Cat. No. 


Dia. 


Width 


Hole 


Grade 


Price 


DAG133 


2V 2 " 


W 


3/8" 


36 


$0.95 


92951 


6" 


W 


W 


60K 


2.00 


92950 


6" 


V2" 


w* 


36G 


2.00 


95183 


6" 


3 / 4 " 


w 


60K 


2.50 


13950 


6" 


3 /4" 


1/2" 


36G 


2,50 


99064 


7" 


3 /4" 


w 


60K 


3.00 


99063 


7" 


3/4" 


w 


36G 


3.00 


14235 


7" 


1" 


w 


60K 


3.75 


14236 


1" 


1" 


%" 


36G 


3.75 


10275 


10" 


1" 


3/4" 


40K 


6.00 


10274 


10" 


1" 


3/4" 


24H 


6.00 


VR533 


4" 


W 


5 /s" 


40K 


2.75 


12985 


4" 


w 


w 


40K 


2.50 


96772 


4" 


3/ 4 " 


1/2" 


36G 


1.75 


93042 


5" 


3/4" 


1/2" 


36G 


2.00 


93148 


6" 


1" 


5 /s" 


36G 


3.00 


10033 


10" 


1 w 


3/4" 


20G 


7.50 


00306 


3" 


w* 


w 


40L 


1.00 


10663 


4" 


3/4" 


1/2" 


36H 


2.50 



SAN FRANCISCO— GArfield 2614 









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168 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



6-INCH SPECIAL BENCH GRINDER 

For all voltages, Single phase, 50-60 Cycle A.C. $24 
For all voltages, Single phase, 25-40 Cycle A.C. $28 

A Van Dorn grinder at a price that everyone can 
afford. It will pay to "spot" these uniis around the 
shop, and save the time otherwise lost when a man 
has to hunt for a grinder to sharpen hip tools. 

Built to give satisfaction. All rotating parts are 
carefully balanced, and armature shaft is mounted 
In "Compo" oi I less bearings. Rubber feet make it 
unnecessary to bolt machine down for light grind- 
ing. The lifting handle makes it convenient to carry 
the grinder to the job when necessary. Attractively 
painted in red enamel. 

Wheel guards are adjustable for grinding at any 
position on the circumference of the wheel. 

Equipment includes two grinding wheels, adjust- 
able tool rests and wheel guards, toggle switch 
and 3-conductor cable. 
Motor — Not Universal. Can be supplied 'or ait 

A. C, single phase voltages and cycles. Cannot 

be furnished for D. C. 
R. P. M.— 1500 for 25 cycles, 2'00 for 40 cycles, 

3000 for 50 cycles, 3600 for 60 cycles. 
Wheel Size— 6" diameter x '/ 2 " f ace x '/z" hole. 
Weight— 36 lbs. Shipping Weight— 49 lbs. 
Replacement Grinding Wheels and Additional 
Equipment — 

No. 50000 Pedestal for 6" Grinder $17.50 

No. 92951 6" x i/ 2 " x i/ 2 ", Grade 60 K 2.00 

No. 92950 6" x i/ 2 " x '/ 2 ", Grade 36G 2.00 

No. 96664 Spindle Extension, R. H. thread 4.40 

No. 96665 Spindle Extension, L. H. thread 4.40 

No. 93565 Tapered Buffing Spindle 3.85 





6-INCH HEAVY DUTY BALL BEARING 
BENCH GRINDER 

A completely new grinder of the popular "wide- 
type" construction. 

Extended wheel spindle and tapered housing in- 
crease the accessibility of this unit for grinding 
large and odd-shaped pieces. 

Wheel guards are completely enclosed. End cover 
can be removed for changing wheels and for wire 
brushing. Guards are adjustable radially for grind- 
ing in any position. 

Tool rests, attached to the wheel guards are 
quickly adjusted to compensate for wheel wear. 

Rubber feet on base make bolting to bench un- 
necessary. Convenient carrying handle Is standard 
eauipment. 

Full size grease-sealed ball bearings, set close to 
ends of spindle, reduce vibration. 

A full-powered grinder, for tool sharpening, wire 
brushing, polishing, buffing and general shop work. 

Specifications 

Wheel Size 6" diameter x %" face x l/ 2 " hole 

Motor— Not Universal. Supplied for 110 or 220 volt, 
50-60 cycle, single phase A. C. and all D. C. volt- 
ages, up to and including 250 volts, only. Motor 
Rating, i/ 4 H. P. 

R.P.M. 

No-load Speed— for D. C. and 60 cycle A. C 3,600 

for 50 cycle A. C 3,000 

Net Weight .43 lbs. Shipping Weight....54 lbs. 

Over-all Spindle Length _ 14%" 

STANDARD EQUIPMENT— 3-conductor cable and 
plug, toggle switch in base; carrying handle, rub- 
ber feet; two adjustable wheel guards with tool 
rests; two 6" grinding wheels, I medium, I fine. 

$42 

Complete for All Voltages 




6-Inch Portable Grinder 



Portable Electric Grinders 



Into these new units, Van Dorn engineers have built the most advanced principles of Port- 
able Grinder design. Of greatest interest to the user is the increased power of these units over 
previous models of similar rated capacity. Full size ball bearings are set at the extreme ends 
of the wheel spindle to withstand the abnormal side thrust and insure long service. Armature 
shaft is also mounted on ball bearings. Another important contribution to trouble-free service 
is the fully enclosed commutator compartment which thoroughly protects the commutator, 
brushes, and switch from abrasive dust. Improved ventilating system is accomplished by 
providing ample air slots which prevent clogging and insure cool motor operation. All three 
sizes of Portable Grinders are equipped with horizontal switch handles which improve the 
balance of the tool and facilitate easy handling. Shaped grips permit firmer grasp and 
eliminate any tendency of the tool to turn in the operator's hands. Adjustable wheel guards 
can be turned for grinding in any desired position. 



Wheel size 

No-load speed 

Net weight 

Shipping weight 

Over-all length . ... 
Price all Voltages 



4 -Inch 
Portable Grinder 

4"x3/ 4 "xi/ 2 " 

4500 R. P. M. 

12% lbs. 

17 lbs. 

23" 

$60.00 



5-Inch 
Portable Grinder 

5"x3V'x'/ 2 " 

3800 R. P. M. 

l5'/ 2 lbs. 

28i/ 2 lbs. 

23%" 

$80.00 



6-Inch 
Portable Grinder 

6"xl"xV 8 " 

3300 R. P. M. 

231/2 lbs. 

35i/ 2 lbs. 

25>/ 2 " 

$100.00 



3-conductor cable and plug; plunger switch; adjustable wheel guard 



Standard equipment (for all sizes) 
and one grinding wheel. 

Universal Motors, operate on A. C. or D. C. 
Standard voltage, 1 10; also available for 220 or 250 volts, no extra charge. 

ACCESSORIES 

No. 96772 4" x %» x '/ 2 " (Med. 36G) Wheel - $1.75 

No. 93042 5" x %" x i/ 2 " (Med. 36G) Wheel 2.00 

No. 93148 6" x I" x %" (Med. 36G) Wheel - ---.. 3.00 

No. 704 4" Wire Wheel Brush... 1.50 

No. 706 6" Wire Wheel Brush - - 2.50 



Flex-Disc Sanders 




7" Heavy Duty 
Sander 

Completely redesigned, with many important structural improvements. The commutator 
and switch are completely dust-sealed and protected against abrasive dust and dirt. A new 
plunger type of switch improves control of the unit and eliminates accidental starting. Non- 
clog ventilation through ample air-vents prevents overheated motor. Reversible side handle 
can be used for either right- or left-hand operation. Flexible pad adapts unit to flat or curved 
surfaces. 

Amply powered for constant heavy-duty service in production and maintenance metal 
finishing, lacquer rubbing, rust and paint removing, stone and tile surfacing; wood surfac- 
ing and shaping with planer heads; scaling tanks, boat hulls, etc., with wire brush, smooth- 
welds and casting ridges with cup grinding wheel. 

Diameter of Flexible Sanding Pad... 7" 

Spindle diameter %" Spindle thread 1 1 thr. 

No-Load Speed 4,200 R. P. M. 

Weight: Net. l2'/ 4 lbs. Shipping 18 lbs. 

Overall length (not including pad) <4I 

Equipment: 3-conductor cable and plug; detachable side handle; 7" flexible felt and metal pad; twelve 7" 
sanding discs (4 coarse, 4 medium, 4 fine). 

$75 
Complete for All Voltages 



ACCESSORIES 

No. 15315 6" x 3/4" x 1/2" Grinding Wheel, 

medium (36 G).... $ 2.50 

No. 15314 6" x 3/4" x i/ 2 " Grinding Wheel, 

fine (60 K)... 2.50 

No. 706 6" Wire Wheel Brush 2.50 

No. 96664 Spindle Extension (Riqht Hand) 4.40 

No, 96665 Spindle Extension (Left Hand) 4.40 

No. 93565 Tapered Buffing Spindle 

(Right Hand only) 3.85 

No. 50000 Pedestal, complete with water pot.... 17.50 

All Motors— Universal Type— Operate on either A. C. or D. C 



ACCESSORIES 



No. 12947 7" Flexibel Pad, complete - ..... 

No. 12684 7" Replacement Assembly 

No. 12980 7" Felt Rubbing Pad 

No. 14237 3" Flexible Pad, complete 

No. 14238 5" Flexible Pad, complete 

No. 14734 Gouging Planer Head 

No. 14735 Surfacing Planer Head 

No. 14743 Planer Head Set 

No. 12398 Cup Wire Brush - 

No. 10663 Cup Grinding Wheel 

Sanding and emery discs, and other accessories, pages 31 and 32. 

Standard Voltage— 110. Also available for 220 or 250 volts, no extra cost 



$ 7.00 

2.25 
1.50 
4 00 
600 
11.00 
I! 00 
20 00 
. 4.50 
2.50 



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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



169 



Taper Shank Twist Drills 

American No. 1303 A High Speed Steel 
Shanks smaller than regular. 





Whole 


Twist 


Morse 




" — 


— 
Whole 


Twist 


Morse 






Whole 


Twist 


Morse 




Diam. 


Lgrth. 


Cut 


Tape 


c Price 


Diam. 


Bffth. 


Cut 


Taper Price 


Diam. 


ItfiTth. 


Cut 


Taper Price 


Inch 


Inch 


Inch ShankNo. Each 


Inch 


Inch 


Inch ShankNo. Each 


Inch 


Inch 


Inch ShankNo. Each 


31 /m 


7tt 


m 




$ 2.75 


1 Vs 


11M 


1% 


3 


$13.15 


1*%4 


1511 


10* 


4 


$32.40 


¥> 


7« 


m 




2.75 


1 %4 


n« 


m 


3 


13.85 


1-V32 


1511 


10* 


4 


32.40 


S%4 


711 


m 




3.05 


1 %2 


n% 


754 


3 


13.85 


1 4 %4 


1511 


10i 3 6 


4 


33.55 


l %2 


7 if 


w% 




3.05 


WVA 


12 


m 


3 


14.55 


1H16 


1511 


10* 


4 


33.55 


3 %4 


8* 


m 




3.50 


1 fa 


12 


73/s 


3 


14.55 


1 4 %4 


1511 


10* 


4 


34.70 


%6 


8 i'ff 


m 


1 


3.50 


n%4 


12JI 


7/ 2 


3 


15.25 


1 2 %2 


16tf 


10* 


4 


34.70 


5 %4 


10 


w% 


2 


6.75 


1 %2 


12« 


754 


3 


15.25 


1 4 %4 


1654 


10* 


4 


37.00 


ia i6 


10 


6^ 


2 


6.75 


1 1 %4 


12^ 


m 


3 


16.65 


1% 


1654 


10* 


4 


37.00 


5 %4 


10 


w% 


2 


7.15 


1 % 


12^ 


7% 


3 


16.65 


1 2 %2 


16^4 


10* 


4 


38.20 


2 %2 


10 


w* 


2 


7.15 


1 3 %4 


15 


m 


4 


26.35 


l 1 %6 


16* 


10* 


4 


39.40 


•"'.:, 


10 


Wi 


2 


7.50 


l 17 /32 


15 


m 


4 


26.35 


l 27 /32 


16* 


10* 


4 


40.55 


% 


10 


6^ 


2 


7.50 


1 3 %4 


1554 


m 


4 


28.20 


1 % 


1654 


IQH 


4 


42.75 


5 %4 


10 


6^ 


2 


7.85 


1 fa 


1554 


m 


4 


28.20 


120/ 32 


1654 


IQH 


4 


43.95 


2 %2 


10 


6^ 


2 


7.85 


1 3 %4 


ISA 


911 


4 


30.10 


1*%6 


16^ 


iqh 


4 


45.45 


1 %4 


1154 


v/% 


3 


12.20 


1*%2 


15* 


911 


4 


30.10 


1 3 %2 


1654 


IQH 


4 


46.65 


1 %2 


ny 2 


W% 


3 


12.20 


1 3 %4 


15« 


10* 


4 


31.25 


2 


16^ 


ioy 8 


4 


47.85 


1 %4 


im 


?H 


3 


13.15 


1 % 


15tt 


10* 


4 


31.25 













Straight Shank Taper Length Twist Drills 

American No. 1314 High Speed Steel 



Diam. 
Inch 


Dec. 

Equiv. 


Egfth. Twist 
Overall Cut Price 
Inches Inch Each 


Diam. 
Inch 


Dec. 

Equiv 


Lgfth. Twist 
Over all Cut Price 
. Inches Inch Each 


Diam. 
Inch 


Dec. 

Equiv 


Lgfth. Twis 
Over all Cut 
. Inches Inch 


t 

Price 
Each 


% 


.125 


5H 


2H 


$1.00 


3 %4 


.5468 


854 


$H 


$3.50 




.9687 


10J4 


IVk 


$ 9.65 


%4 


.1406 


554 


234 


1.10 


%« 


.5625 


854 


5H 


3.50 


8%4 


.9843 


11 


7* 


10.25 


%2 


.1562 


$H 


3 


1.10 


3 %4 


.5781 


sy 2 


$H 


4.00 


1 


1. 


11 


7i 3 ff 


10.25 


H'm 


.1718 


5/2 


3^ 


1.25 


J %2 


.5937 


sy 2 


SH 


4.00 


1 %4 


1.0156 


i\H 


7* 


11.00 


%« 


.1875 


53/4 


354 


1.25 


3 %4 


.6093 


834 


$H 


4.25 


1 fa 


1.0312 


i\K 


7t% 


11.00 


»%4 


.2031 


$Vs 


334 


1.35 


% 


.625 


m 


534 


4.25 


1 %4 


1.0468 


1154 


1H 


11.75 


%2 


.2187 


6 


4 


1.35 


4 %4 


.6406 


9 


5^ 


4.75 


lfa 


1.0625 


11% 


7H 


11.75 


,5 /«4 


.2343 


6^ 


4 


1.40 


2 %2 


.6562 


9 


W% 


4.75 


1 %4 


1.0781 


1154 


75/s 


12.20 


% 


.250 


6^ 


4 


1.40 


4 %4 


.6718 


9^4 


6 


5.25 


1 %2 


1.0937 


1154 


W% 


12.20 


,7 /«4 


.2656 


m 


4 


1.50 


n /l6 


.6875 


954 


6 


5.25 


1 %4 


1.1093 


1134 


m 


13.15 


%2 


.2812 


654 


4 


1.50 


4 %4 


.7031 


9/2 


61% 


5.75 


1 Vs 


1.125 


nH 


m 


13.15 


'%4 


.2968 


m 


4* 


1.60 


2 %2 


.7187 


9/2 


6l 3 6 


5.75 


1 %4 


1.1406 


ll 7 /8 


8 


13.85 


•Vie 


.3125 


m 


4* 


1.60 


4 %4 


.7343 


m 


m 


6.25 


1 %2 


1.1562 


ll« 


8 


13.85 


2 %4 


.3281 


654 


4% 


1.70 


% 


.750 


934 


m 


6.25 


l U /«4 


1.1718 


12 


85/s 


14.55 


"i 2 


.3437 


Wz 


4% 


1.70 


4 %4 


.7656 


m 


654 


6.50 


1 3 /l6 


1.1875 


12 


8 r /8 


14.55 


2 %4 


.3593 


m 


454 


1.90 


2 %2 


.7812 


m 


654 


6.50 


1 X %4 


1.2031 


125^ 


85^8 


15.25 


% 


.375 


634 


4^4 


1.90 


51 /04 


.7968 


10 


&H 


6.75 


1 fa 


1.2187 


12^ 


m 


15.25 


2 %4 


.3906 


7 


434 


2.10 


] %6 


.8125 


10 


65/6 


6.75 


1 1 %4 


1.2343 


1254 


sy 2 


16.65 


] %2 


.4062 


7 


4« 


2.10 


5 %4 


.8281 


1054 


634 


7.15 


1% 


1.250 


1254 


sy 


16.65 


2 %4 


.4218 


754 


45/6 


2.30 


2 %2 


.8437 


1054 


634 


7.15 


1 fa 


1.2812 


145^ 


95^ 


20.00 


7 /l6 


.4375 


754 


4*< 


2.30 


& %4 


.8593 


ioy 2 


7 


7.50 


1 5 /16 


1.3125 


1454 


9!4 


20.75 


2 %4 


.4531 


7K2 


4« 


2.50 


% 


.875 


1054 


7 


7.50 


l"/32 


1.3437 


143/6 


m 


21.50 


J %2 


.4687 


754 


4% 


2.50 


5 %4 


.8906 


IQH 


7 


7.85 


1 % 


1.375 


U*4 


m 


22.25 


3 %4 


.4843 


7# 


5 


2.75 


2 %2 


.9062 


105/6 


7 


7.85 


1 X %2 


1.4062 


UH 


9/2 


23.00 


] i 


.500 


734 


5 


2.75 


5 %4 


.9218 


1034 


7 


8.85 


1 7 /l6 


1.4375 


1434 


9« 


23.75 


3 %4 


.5156 


8 


554 


3.05 


15 /l6 


.9375 


1034 


7 


8.85 


1 1 %2 


1.4687 


uH 


9M 


24.50 


7 %2 


.5312 


8 


554 


3.05 


^4 


.9531 


IQH 


7^ 


9.65 


1 % 


1.500 


15 


m 


25.25 



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Straight Shank Drills 

Jobber's Lengths 

American No. 1330 High Speed Steel 



Bee. Iigth. Twist Price 
Diam. Equiv. Overall Cut Per 
Inch Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



Dec. Iigth. Twist Price 
Diam. Equiv. Overall Cut Per 
Inch Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



Vio 


.0625 


2/ 2 


Wa 


$3.00 


%2 


.2187 


334 


2*1 


$ 5.75 


%4 


.0781 


25/* 


m 


3,10 


l %4 


.2343 


3?/ 8 


2U 


6.25 


%2 


.0937 


2V 4 


i/ 2 


3.20 


y 4 


.250 


4 


234 


6.75 


%4 


.1093 


27/ 8 


m 


3.40 


17 /64 


.2656 


4^ 


27/8 


7.50 


Vs 


.125 


3 


lit 


3.60 


%2 


.2812 


454 


2i^ 


8.25 


%4 


.1406 


3^ 


HI 


3.90 


X %4 


.2968 


434 


3& 


9.00 


%2 


.1562 


3% 


2& 


4.20 


Ka 


.3125 


4^ 


3ts 


9.75 


1%4 


.1718 


m 


2& 


4.50 


21 /k 


.3281 


45^ 


3& 


10.75 


%« 


.1875 


3/ 2 


2& 


4.85 


n /32 


.3437 


434 


3ii 


11.75 


*%4 


.2031 


m 


2& 


5.25 


2 %4 


.3593 


474 


3iJ 


12.75 



Dec. Iig'tli. Twist Price 
Diam. Equiv. Overall Cut Per 
Inch Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



% 


.375 


5 


3^ 


$13.75 


2 %4 


.3906 


5/8 


3 H 

313 


15.00 


*%2 


.4062 


554 


16.25 


2 %4 


.4218 


5*6 


3ii 


17.50 


7 /lG 


.4375 


5/2 


4^ 


18.75 


2 %4 


.4531 


55^ 


4A 


20.00 


*%2 


.4687 


5^ 


4& 


21.25 


»%4 


.4843 


57/6 


4*3 


22.75 


IX, 


.500 


6 


4J4 


24.25 



Straight Shank Drills 

Letter Sizes 

American No. 1332 High Speed Steel 



Size Dec. X»g"th. Twist Price 
by Equiv, Over all Cut Per 
Gauge Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



A 


.234 


311 


2*1 


$6.25 


B 


.238 


311 


2*1 


6.55 


e 


.242 


Ql3 

Olfi 


2*1 


6.55 


D 


.246 


311 


ail 


6.75 


E 


.250 


ol3 




6.75 



F .257 4^4 3 7.50 

G .261 AVa 3 7.50 

H .266 AYa 3 8.00 

I .272 AYa 3 8.00 



Size Dec. Lgtli. Twist Price 
by Equiv. Over all Cut Per 
Gauge Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



J 


.277 


*Ya 


3 


$ 8.00 


K 


.281 


AYa 


3 


8.25 


L 


.290 


4 T 4 


211 


8.75 


M 


.295 


4J4 


2;;- 2 


9.00 


N 


.302 


aYa 


211 


9.50 



O .316 454 2U 10.45 

P .323 AY2 3A 10.75 

Q .332 A% 3-h 11.75 

R .339 A§/ 8 3 A 11.75 



Size Dec. Iigth. Twist Price 
by Equiv, Over all Cut Per 
Gauge Inch Inches Inch Doz. 



s 


.348 


434 


3*1 


$12.75 


T 


.358 


434 


3*1 


12.75 


U 


.368 


47^ 


3*3 


13.75 


V 


.377 


5 


m 


14.65 


W 


.386 


5 


3H 


15.00 


X 


.397 


W% 


334 


15.85 


Y 


.404 


5^ 


3Va 


15.85 


Z 


.413 


5*4 


311 


17.10 



Straight Shank Wire Drills 

American No. 1340 High Speed Steel 



No. Decimal Approx. Twist Price 

by Equiv. Length Cut Per 

Gauge Inch Inches Inches Doz. 



No. Decimal Approx. Twist Price 

by Equiv. Length Cut Per 

Gauge Inch Inches Inches Doz. 



No. Decima\ Approx. Twist Price 

by Equiv. Length Cut Per 

Gauge Inch Inches Inches Doz. 



1 


.2280 


4 


2U 


$6.45 


2 


.2210 


3H 


2V% 


6.45 


3 


,2130 


3H 


2H 


6.15 


4 


.2090 


3% 


2ll 


5.95 


5 


.2055 


3H 


2 ig 


5.95 


6 


.2040 


3H 


2*5 


5.95 


7 


.2010 


33/4 


2Y2 


•5.45 


8 


.1990 


31* 


m 


5.45 


9 


.1960 


31* 


2^ 


5.45 


10 


.1935 


3% 


zH 


5.25 


11 


.1910 


3t» 


2*i 


5.25 


12 


.1890 


3tg 


2^ 


5.25 


13 


.1850 


3/ 2 


2& 


4.85 


14 


.1820 


3/s 


2Ya 


4.85 


15 


.1800 


3l 7 6 


2h 


4.85 


16 


.1770 


m 


2ft 


4.65 


17 


.1730 


3& 


2& 


4.65 


18 


.1695 


3tV 


2Ys 


4.50 


19 


.1660 


3Ya 


2 A 


4.35 


20 


.1610 


3ft 


2& 


4.35 



21 


.1590 


3t 3 s 


2* 


$4.35 


22 


.1570 


3Ys 


2 


4.15 


23 


.1540 


3& 


Hi 


4.05 


24 


.1520 


3ts" 


HI 


4.05 


25 


.1495 


3 


m 


3.90 


26 


.1470 


2H 


m 


3.90 


27 


.1440 


211 


m 


3.90 


28 


.1405 


27^ 


HI 


3.60 


29 


.1360 


2H 


134 


3.60 


30 


.1285 


211 


HI 


3.60 


31 


.1200 


2Va 


lit 


3.30 


32 


.1160 


21* 


m 


3.30 


33 


.1130 


214 


m 


3.30 


34 


.1110 


2Vs 


1ft 


3.15 


35 


.1100 


2ft 


1H 


3.15 


36 


.1065 


2t% 


l/ 2 


3.10 


37 


.1040 


2Y 2 


lft. 


■2.95 


38 


.1015 


2j\ 


m 


2.95 


39 


.0995 


2ft 


nl 


2.S5 


40 


.0980 


2Vs 


i*i 


2.80 



41 


.0960 


2ft 


1* 


$2.80 


42 


.0935 


2ft 


Wa 


2.75 


43 


.0890 


2Ya 


\<k 


2.60 


44 


.0860 


2ft 


lft 


2.60 


45 


.0820 


2ft 


IX 


2.60 


46 


.0810 


2Ys 


\x 


2.50 


47 


.0785 


2ft 


H\ 


2.50 


48 


.0760 


2ft 


lft 


2.50 


49 


.0730 


2 


1 


2.50 


50 


.0700 


i!,; 


H 


2.40 


51 


.0670 


HI 


11 


2.40 


52 


.0635 


m 


7/8 


2.40 


53 


.0595 


HI 


32 


2.40 


54 


.0550 


HI 


fi'J 


2.40 


55 


.0520 


134 


11 


2.40 


56 


.0465 


!« 


§1 


2.40 


57 


.0430 


Itt 


M 


2.40 


58 


.0420 


m 


II 


2.40 


59 


.0410 


lft 


1 1 


2.40 


60 


.0400 


I ft 


tl 


2.40 



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Compton Tinners' Snips 

Reliance Highest Quality Regular Tinners' Snips 

Steel Drop Forged — Straight Blades 

Bar Tool Steel Laid Blades. Blue Finish Handles. 

The Length of Cut is the Standard Cutting Edge of Blade. 

Number 7* 8* 9* 10* 11* 12* 

Full Length 14" 13" 12" 11" 9" 8" 

Length of Cut 4" 3V 2 " 3" 2W 2Va" 2" 

CURVED BLADES 

Number 6V2CB 7CB 8CB 9CB* 10CB 11CB 12CB 

Fulllgth IhW 14" 13" 12" 11" 9" 8" 

Lgth.ofCut. 41/2" 4" 31/2" 3" 21/2" 21/4" 2" 



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Steel Drop Forged — Straight Blades, 
Bar Tool Steel Laid Blades. Blue Finish Handles. 

The Length of Cut is the Standard Cutting Edge of Blade. 
This snip is adapted for Cornice makers and an all around 
combination tool cutting circular, straight and irregular 
shapes. 

Number 17 18* 19* 110* 

Full Length 14" 13" 12" 11" 

Length of Cut 4" 31/2" 3" Vh" 

SERVICE SNIPS 

Forged Tool Steel 

Number 309* 310* 

Full Length 12" 11" 

Length of Cut 3" 2W 

RELIANCE AUTO POCKET SNIPS 

Bar Tool Steel Laid Blades. Blue Finish Handles. 

This cutting tool, built for all around work, is indispens- 

^t^0^^ mm "^'^^^^^tma^^^^^ able for the automobile owner, will cut straight and ir- 

f ^§^\ regular shapes, and the handles are formed to give the 

greatest leverage and strength. 

Number 11 1 * 

Full Length..... 7 W 

Length of Cut 2" 

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^^^^^^g^gl^^ Serrated Edge Plain Edge 

Number 833* 832* 

Full Length 71/2" 7l/ 2 " 

Length of Cut....... 1W 2" 

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Bond Cut Steel Spur Gears 

In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 



16 Diam. Pitch— .1963" Circ. Pitch— W Face 



Pitch 
Symbol Teeth Dia. 



Hub 
Bore Dia. Proj. Keyway 



Type 



S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SKZ 14 

S16S 15 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SUZ 16 

S16SK 16 

S16SKZ 16 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SKZ 18 

S16S 20 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SKZ 20 

S16S 22 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 



12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 



16 

16 



18 
18 
18 



20 
20 



24 
24 
24 



S16SKZ 24 
20 Diam. Pitch- 
Symbol Teeth 



S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 
S20S 

24 Diam. 

S24S 

S24S 

S24S 

S24SN 

S24SN 

S24SN 

S24SN 

S24SN 

S24S 

S24SZ 

S24S 

S24S 

S24SZ 

S24S 



12 
13 
H 
15 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
25 
28 

Pitch- 

12 

14 

15 

16 

18 

20 

21 

22 

24 

24 

28 

30 

30 

32 



.75 

.75 

.75 

.812 

.812 

.812 

.875 

.875 

.875 

.875 

.937 
1,0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.125 
1.125 
1.125 
1.125 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.375 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 

-.1571" 

Pitch 

Dia. 

.6 

.65 

.7 

.75 



Vs 

u 



Vs 



it 



it 



.9 
1.0 
1.1 

1.2 

1.25 

1.4 



Plain 

&§ is Plain 

1^X32 Plain 

Plain 

M A Plain 

t'&xs^ Plain 

Plain 

ii i 7 s Plain 

ijgxih Plain 

MjxiV Plain 

Plain 

Plain 

is Plain 

A Plain 

1^x53 Plain 

MjxtV Plain 

Plain 

i 7 5 Plain 

tVxts^ Plain 

MJxiW Plain 

Plain 

t 7 s Plain 

TSX&i Plain 

3 / 8 x "iV Plain 

Plain 

Plain 

i 7 s Plain 

■^xs 1 ^ Plain 

T 3 sx3 3 2 Plain 

- 3 / 8 " Face 
Hub 

Dia. Proj. Type 

Tl --- .... Plain 

*k - Plain 

A Plain 

Is .... .... Plain 

Tl --~ .... Plain 

Vs - Plain 

H Plain 

H Plain 

Vs .... .... Plain 

Vs Plain 

Vs Plain 



Vs 

Vs 



Vs 
Vs 

H 

% 

Vs 
Va 



Circ. Pitch- 



Bore 



ltf 



.1309" Circ. Pitch— W Face 

■5 Va 

.583 % 

.625 y A 

.666 A 

.75 1% 

.833 Vs 

.875 3/s 

•916 Vs 

1-0 Vs 

1.0 y 2 

1.166 Vs 

1.25 Vs 

1.25 y 2 

1.333 Vs 



32 Diam. Pitch— .0982" Circ. Pitch— ft" Face 



S32S 

S32S 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 



16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 
32 
36 
40 



.5 

.562 

.625 

.687 

.75 

.812 

.875 

.937 

1.0 

1.125 

1.25 



Va 
Va 



Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 

Vs 



Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 



Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 



List 
Price 

$ .50 

.70 

.60 

.54 

.75 

.65 

.58 

,75 

.65 

.65 

.60 

.65 

.85 

.85 

.75 

.75 

.70 

1.00 

.85 

.85 

.75 

1.15 

1.00 

1.00 

.80 

.85 

1.30 

1.10 

1.10 



List 
Price 

$ .40 

.45 
.45 
.50 
.50 
.55 
.60 
.65 
.70 
.75 
.80 



.34 
.36 
.38 
.40 
.45 
.50 
.55 
.58 
.60 
.60 
.62 
.65 
.65 
.65 



.28 

.30 
.32 
.34 
.36 
.38 
.40 
.50 
.55 
.58 
.60 



Pitch 
Symbol Teeth Dia. 



Hub 
Bore Dia. Proj. 



S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16S 

S16S 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SK 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 

S16SU 

S16SK 



28 
28 
28 
30 
32 
32 
32 
36 
36 
40 
40 
42 
44 
48 
48 
56 
56 
64 
64 
72 
72 
80 
80 
88 
88 
96 
96 



1.75 

1.75 

1.75 

1.875 

2.0 

2.0 

2.0 

2.25 

2.25 

2.50 

2.5 

2.625 

2.75 

3.0 

3.0 

3.5 

3.5 

4.0 

4.0 

4.5 

4.5 

5.0 

5.0 

5.5 

5.5 

6.0 

6.0 



S20S 30 

S20SU 32 

S20SU 36 

S20SUN 40 

S20SU 42 

S20SU 44 

S20SU 45 

S20SU 48 

S20SUN 50 

S20SUN 60 



Keyway Type 



Vz Plain 

Vz iy 2 Vz Plain 

Vs %xit Plain 

Vz Plain 

y% Plain 

y 2 iy 2 y 2 Plain 

Vs J^xA Plain 

y 2 Ws y 2 - Plain 

Vs %x& Plain 

y 2 m y 2 piam 

Vs - Vsx& Plain 

Vs Vs*& Plain 

Vs %*& Plain 

Vz Wa Vz Plain 

Vs Vs^ Plain 

Vz Wa Vz Plain 

Vs J^xtW Plain 

% 2 y 2 Plain 

Vs .... .... -&X3 3 2 Plain 

Va 2 y 2 Plain 

Vs ?Ws Plain 

Va 2 y 2 Webbed 

Vs tsx3 3 2 Plain 

Va Wa Vl Webbed 

Vs ftx& Plain 

Va Wa Vz Webbed 

Vs Tujx 3 3 2 Plain 



Pitch 
Symbol Teeth Dia. 



S245 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
524S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 
S24S 



S32SN 

S32SN 

S32SN 

S32S 

S32S 

S32S 

S32S 

S32S 

S32S 

S32S 



36 
40 
42 
44 
45 
48 
54 
56 
60 
63 
64 
66 
70 
72 



44 
48 
52 
56 
60 
64 
72 
80 
88 
96 



List 
Price 

$1.05 
1.50 
1.30 
1.10 
1.20 
1.75 
1.50 
1.90 
1.65 
2.00 
1.75 
1.80 
1.90 
2.50 
2.00 
3.00 
2.50 
3.50 
3.00 
4.00 
3.50 
4.50 
4.00 
5.00 
4.25 
5.50 
4.50 



1.5 

1.6 

1.8 

2. 

2.1 

2.2 

2.25 

2.4 

2.5 

3.0 



1.5 

1.666 

1.75 

1.833 

1.875 

2.0 

2.25 

2.33 

2.5 

2.625 

2.666 

2.75 

2.916 

3.0 



1.375 

1.5 

1.625 

1.75 

1.875 

2.0 

2.25 

2.5 

2.75 

3.0 



Bore 



Vz 
% 
Vz 
Vz 
Vz 



Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 



Hub 
Dia. Proj. 



% 

Vs 

m 

Wz 

Wz 

1J/2 

Wz 
Wz 

Wa 



Vz 
Vz 



Vz 
Vz 

% 

Vz 



Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 



Vs 

3A 



Type 

Plain 
Plain 
Plain 

Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 



Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 



Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 
Plain 



List 

Price 

$ .80 
.95 
1.00 
1,10 
1.20 
1.30 
1.35 
1.45 
1.50 
2.00 



.75 

.80 

.90 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.15 

1.20 

1.25 

1.30 

1.35 

1.40 

1.45 

1.50 



.65 

.70 

.75 

.85 

.95 

1.00 

1.10 

1.15 

1.25 

1.35 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



SAN FRANCISCO-GArfietd 2614 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



173 



Bond Cut Iron Spur Gears 

In ordering state Symbol and Number oi Teeth. 








Pitch 




Hub 




List 






Pitch 




Hub 




Inst 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


16 Diam 


. Pitch- 


-.1963" 


Circ. Pitch— W 


Face 






















R16SN 


36 


2.25 


Y* 


M 


¥2 


Plain 


$1.25 


R16S 


100 


6.25 


Vs 


VA 


H 


Spoked 


$2.35 


R16SN 


40 


2.5 


l A 


m 


¥2 


Plain 


1.30 


R16SN 


108 


6.75 


H 


i» 


H 


Spoked 


2.45 


R16SN 


42 


2.625 


y* 


m 


¥2 


Plain 


1.35 


R16SN 


110 


6.875 


Vs 


vA 


H 


Spoked 


2.50 


R16SN 


44 


2.75 


V* 


Wa 


¥2 


Plain 


1.40 


R16SN 


112 


7.0 


Vs 


VA 


% 


Spoked 


2.55 


R16SN 


48 


3.0 


'A 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.45 


R16SN 


120 


7.5 


Vs 


1/2 


Va 


Spoked 


2.65 


R16SN 


54 


3.375 


y* 


m 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.50 


R16SN 


126 


7.875 


Vs 


1% 


Ya 


Spoked 


2.75 


R16SN 


56 


3.50 


% 


m 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.55 


R16SN 


128 


8.0 


Vs 


1/2 


Va 


Spoked 


2.85 


R16SN 


60 


3.75 


¥2 


Ws 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.60 


R16SN 


132 


8.25 


H 


IX 


Va 


Spoked 


3.00 


R16S 


64 


4.0 


¥2 


IH 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.65 


R16SN 


140 


8.75 


Vs 


VA 


Va 


Spoked 


3.15 


R16S 


66 


4.125 


V2 


W 


H 


Spoked 


1.70 


R16S 


144 


9.0 


Vs 


Wa 


Va 


Spoked 


3.25 


R16S 


70 


4.375 


V2 


1/2 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.75 


R16S 


156 


9.75 


H 


iy 4 


Va 


Spoked 


3.65 


R16S 


72 


4.5 


V2 


1/2 


H 


Spoked 


1.80 


R16S 


160 


10. 


Vs 


m 


Va 


Spoked 


3.75 


R16S 


80 


5.0 


H 


1/2 


H 


Spoked 


1.95 


R16S 


168 


10.5 


n 


2 


Va 


Spoked 


3.95 


R16S 


84 


5.25 


y 2 


1/2 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.00 


R16S 


176 


1 1.0 


Va 


2 


Va 


Spoked 


4.05 


R16S 


88 


5.5 


V2 


1/2 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.05 


R16S 


180 


11.25 


Ya 


2 


Va 


Spoked 


4.10 


R16S 


90 


5.625 


V2 


W 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.15 


R16S 


192 


12. 


Va 


2 


Va 


Spoked 


4.25 


R16S 


96 


6.0 


Y2 


1/2 


H 


Spoked 


2.25 


R16S 


200 


12.5 


Va 


2 


Va 


Spoked 


4.75 


R16S 


98 


6.125 


H 


1/2 


H 


Spoked 


2.30 


















20 Diam 


. Pitch- 


-.1571" 


Circ. Pitch 


— %" 


Face 






















R20S 


50 


2.5 


N 


W& 


¥2 


Plain 


$1.20 


R20SN 


112 


5.6 


Yz 


VA 


V2 


Spoked 


1.95 


R20S 


54 


2.7 


H 


Ws 


¥2 


Plain 


1.25 


R20S 


120 


6. 


¥2 


v/ 2 


A 


Spoked 


2.00 


R20S 


56 


2.8 


H 


Ws 


¥2 


Plain 


1.28 


R20S 


126 


6.3 


¥2 


VA 


A 


Spoked 


2.05 


R20S 


60 


3.0 


H 


1 ¥4 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.30 


R20S 


128 


6.4 


¥2 


VA 


A 


Spoked 


2.10 


R20S 


64 


3.2 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.34 


R20S 


132 


6.6 


¥2 


vA 


A 


Spoked 


2.15 


R20S 


66 


3.3 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.38 


R20S 


135 


6.75 


¥2 


VA 


A 


Spoked 


2.20 


R20S 


70 


3.5 


Vs 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.40 


R20S 


140 


7.0 


¥2 


VA 


A 


Spoked 


2.25 


R20S 


72 


3.6 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.44 


R20S 


144 


7.2 


¥2 


v/ 2 


A 


Spoked 


2.30 


R20S 


75 


3.75 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.48 


R20S 


150 


7.5 


¥2 


IH 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.35 


R20S 


80 


4.0 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.50 


R20S 


154 


7.7 


¥2 


Ws 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.40 


R20S 


84 


4.2 


Vs 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.54 


R20S 


156 


7.8 


¥2 


\H 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.45 


R20S 


88 


4.4 


H 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.56 


R20S 


160 


8.0 


¥2 


m 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.50 


R20S 


90 


4.5 


y 2 


Wa 


¥2 


Webbed 


1.60 


R20S 


165 


8.25 


¥2 


\H 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.60 


R20S 


96 


4.8 


y 2 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.65 


R20S 


168 


8.4 


¥2 


m 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.65 


R20S 


98 


4.9 


y 2 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.70 


R20S 


176 


8.8 


¥2 


IH 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.70 


R20SN 


100 


5.0 


% 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.75 


R20S 


180 


9.0 


¥2 


m 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.75 


R20SN 


105 


5.25 


¥2 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.80 


R20S 


192 


9.6 


Vs 


iv 4 


Va 


Spoked 


3.00 


R20SN 


108 


5.4 


¥2 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.85 


R20S 


200 


10.0 


t Vs 


m 


r H 


Spoked 


3.25 


R20SN 


110 


5.5 


¥2 


Wa 


¥2 


Spoked 


1.90 






1 ! 1 


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Bond Finished Brass Spur Gears 

In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 








Bitch 




Hub 




List 






Pitch 






Sub 




List 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


16 Diam 


Pitch- 


-.1963" 


Circ. Pitch- 


-iV 


Face 






















B16S 


8 


.500 


3 

1 1 






Plain 


$ .28 


B16SN 


24 


1.50 


A 






Plain 


$ .90 


B16S 


9 


.562 


1 1 






Plain 


.30 


B16SN 


28 


1.75 


36 






Plain 


1.00 


B16S 


10 


.625 


T 4 






Plain 


.35 


B16SN 


32 


2.00 


fk 


Va 


A 


Plain 


1.20 


B16S 


12 


.750 


Ya 






Plain 


.40 


B16SN 


40 


2.50 


TS 


Va 


A 


Webbed 


1.40 


B16S 


14 


.875 


Va 






Plain 


.45 


B16SN 


48 


3.00 


1% 


Va 


A 


Webbed 


1.60 


B16S 


16 


1.00 


Ya 






Plain 


.50 


B16SN 


56 


3.50 


Vs 


Vs 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.80 


B16S 


18 


1.125 


Ya 






Plain 


.60 


B16S 


64 


4.00 


Vs 


1 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.00 


B16S 


20 


1.250 


Va 






Plain 


.70 


B16S 


80 


5.00 


Vs 


1 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.50 


B16S 


22 


1.375 


Ya 






Plain 


.80 


B16SN 


96 


6.00 


Y 


1 


1\ 


Spoked 


3.00 


24 Diam. 


Pitch- 


-.1309" 


Circ. Pitch- 


-y 4 " 


Face 






















B24S 


12 


.500 


h 


H 


Ya 


Plain 


.28 


B24SN 


48 


2.00 


T% 


|i 


A 


Plain 


.90 


B24S 


14 


.583 


■A 

1 <; 


A 


Ya 


Plain 


.30 


B24SN 


54 


2.25 


tk 


& 


A 


Webbed 


1.05 


B24S 


16 


.666 


3 

Til 


¥2 


Ya 


Plain 


.35 


B24SN 


60 


2.50 


T« 


\\ 


5 

jf> 


Webbed 


1.20 


B24S 


18 


.750 


, : '.; 


¥2 


Ya 


Plain 


.40 


B24S 


66 


2.75 


A 


H 


A 


Webbed 


1.35 


B24S 


20 


.833 


Va 


H 


Ya 


Plain 


.50 


B24SN 


72 


3.00 


Vs 


Va 


i 5 s 


Webbed 


1.50 


B24S 


24 


1.00 


Va 


H 


Ya 


Plain 


.50 


E24SN 


84 


3.50 


Vs 


Va 


A 


Spoked 


1.70 


B24S 


30 


1.250 


Va 


Vs 


Ya 


Plain 


.60 


B24SN 


96 


4.00 


Vs 


Va 


A 


Spoked 


1.90 


B24S 


36 


1.500 


Va 


Vs 


Ya 


Plain 


.70 


B24SN 


108 


4.50 


Vs 


Vs 


H 


Spoked 


2.10 


B24S 


40 


1.666 


Va 


Vs 


Ya 


Plain 


.80 


B24SN 


120 


5.00 


Vs 


Vs 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.15 


B24S 


42 


1.750 


A 


Vs 


Ya 


Plain 


.80 


B24SN 


144 


6.00 


Vs 


Vs 


Vs 


Spoked 


2.50 






174 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Bond Finished Brass Spur Gears 

In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 







Pitch 


Hub 




List 






Pitch 






Bub 




Iiist 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore Dia. Proj. 


Type 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


32 Diam 


Pitch- 


-.0982" 


Circ. Pitch — A" Face 






















B32S 


12 


.375 


H 


Plain 


$ .18 


B32S 


44 


1.375 


% 






Plain 


$ .60 


B32S 


14 


.437 


Vs 


Plain 


.20 


B32S 


48 


1.500 


H 






Plain 


.65 


B32S 


15 


.468 


H 


Plain 


.20 


B32S 


52 


1.625 


Va 






Plain 


.70 


B32S 


16 


.500 


A 


Plain 


.22 


B32SN 


56 


1.75 


A 






Plain 


.75 


B32S 


18 


.562 


8 


Plain 


.24 


B32SN 


64 


2.00 


& 


H 


"Va 


Plain 


.85 


B32S 


20 


.625 


8 

16" 


Plain 


.26 


B32S 


72 


2.250 


* 


H 


A 


Webbed 


1.00 


B32S 


22 


.687 


3 
16 


Plain 


.28 


B32S 


80 


2.50 


A 


H 


t:1t 


Webbed 


1.15 


B32S 


24 


.750 


JSL 


Plain 


.30 


B32SN 


96 


3.00 


A 


Vs 


\\\ 


Webbed 


1.30 


B32S 


26 


.812 


Tt> 


Plain 


.32 


B32SN 


112 


3.50 


A 


n 


A 


Spoked 


1.50 


B32S 


28 


.875 


A 


Plain 


.35 


B32S 


128 


4.00 


Y'.i 


Va 


A 


Spoked 


1.70 


B32S 


30 


.937 


"16 


Plain 


.40 


B32S 


144 


4.50 


A 


Va 


A 


Spoked 


1.80 


B32S 


32 


LOO 


Va 


Plain 


.45 


B32SN 


160 


5.00 


1% 


Va 


A 


Spoked 


1.90 


B32S 


36 


1.125 


Va 


Plain 


.50 


B32S 


192 


6.00 


Vs 


Vs 


1% 


Spoked 


2.25 


B32S 


40 


1.250 


Va 


Plain 


.55 


















48 Diam 


Pitch- 


-.0654" 


Circ. Pitch— Vb" Face 






















B48S 


12 


.250 


Vs 


Plain 


.15 


B48S 


44 


.916 


3 
'1 I 






Plain 


.35 


B48S 


14 


.292 


H 


Plain 


.15 


B48SN 


48 


1.00 


Va 


V 


"Va 


Plain 


.40 


B48S 


15 


.312 


Vs 


Plain 


.18 


B48SN 


54 


1.125 


Va 


Vz 


Va 


Plain 


.45 


B48S 


16 


.333 


% 


Plain 


,18 


B48SN 


60 


1.250 


Va 


y* 


Va 


Plain 


.50 


B48S 


18 


.375 


Vs 


Plain 


.18 


B48SN 


66 


1.375 


Va 


y* 


Va 


Plain 


.55 


B48S 


20 


.417 


Vs 


Plain 


.20 


B48SN 


72 


1.500 


Va 


V2 


Va 


Plain 


.60 


B48SN 


22 


.458 


3 
16 


Plain 


.20 


B48SN 


84 


1.750 


Va 


V 


V 


Plain 


.65 


B48S 


24 


.500 


3 

in 


Plain 


.20 


B48SN 


96 


2.00 


Va 


V2 


Va 


Plain 


.70 


B48S 


26 


.542 


16 .... 


Plain 


.22 


B48SN 


100 


2.083 


A 


% 


A 


Plain 


.80 


B48S 


32 


.666 


16 


Plain 


.24 


B48S 


120 


2.50 


A 


Vs 


A 


Webbed 


1.00 


B48S 


36 


.750 


16 


Plain 


.27 


B48SN 


144 


3.00 


A 


Vs 


A 


Webbed 


1.25 


B48S 


40 


.833 


1% 


Plain 


.30 


B48SN 


192 


4.00 


1 5 <T 


Vs 


A 


Spoked 


1.50 




Bond Bronze Worm Gears 

Single cut thread. Teeth hobbed right hand. 
In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 





Pitch 




Hub. 




List 






Pitch 






Hub. 




List 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


16 Diam. Pitch- 


-.1963' 


' Circ. Pitch- 


-1%' 


' Concave Face 




















B16GA 20 


1.25 


Va 


Vs 


Vs 


Plain 


$1.00 


B16GA 


48 


3.00 


X 


Vs 


Vs 


Spoked 


$1.85 


B16GA 24 


1.50 


Va 


Vs 


Vs 


Plain 


1.10 


B16GA 


64 


4.00 


X 


1 


i 7 s 


Spoked 


2.25 


B16GAN 28 


1.75 


A 


Vs 


Vs 


Plain 


1.20 


B16GA 


80 


5.00 


X 


1 


A 


Spoked 


2.50 


B16GA 32 


2.00 


A 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.30 


B16GA 


96 


6.00 


X 


1 


A 


Spoked 


3.40 


B16GA 40 


2.50 


A 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.50 


















24 Diam. Pitch 


-.1309" 


Circ. Pitch- 


-1/4" 


Concave Face 




















B24GA 24 


1.00 


3 

16 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


.80 


B24GA 


48 


2.00 


l A 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.25 


B24GA 30 


1.25 


a 

16 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


.90 


B24GA 


60 


2.50 


A 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.50 


B24GA 36 


1.50 


3 
16" 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.00 


B24GA 


72 


3.00 


A 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.75 


B24GA 42 


L75 


3 
16 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.15 


B24GA 


96 


4.00 


X 


Vs 


A 


Spoked 


2.25 


32 Diam. Pitch 


-.0982" 


Circ. Pitch- 


- 3 v 


Concave Face 




















B32GA 24 


.75 


3 

1 6 


% 


Va 


Plain 


.70 


B32GA 


64 


2.00 


% 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.40 


B32GA 32 


1.00 


3 
16 


Vz 


% 


Plain 


.90 


B32GA 


80 


2.50 


A 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.50 


B32GA 40 


1.25 


Va 


Vs 


5 

16" 


Plain 


1.00 


B32GA 


96 


3.00 


T6" 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.75 


B32GA 48 


1.50 


V 


Vs 


1% 


Plain 


1.15 


















48 Diam. Pltch- 


-.0654" 


Circ. Pitch- 


5 n 

-3!2 


Concave Face 




















B48GA 24 


.50 


16 


Vs 


Va 


Plain 


.40 


B48GA 


48 


1.00 


A 


V 


Va 


Plain 


.75 


B48GA 30 


.625 


3 
16 


1 7 S 


Va 


Plain 


.50 


B48GA 


72 


1.50 


3 

16 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.00 


B48GA 36 


.75 


3 

1 <i 


A 


Va 


Plain 


.60 


B48GA 


96 


2.00 


Va 


Vs 


A 


Plain 


1.35 



Brass Worms 

Single Thread — Right Hand. 
In ordering state Symbol Only. 





Pitch 


Circ. 








List 




Pitch 


Circ. 






List 


Symbol Teeth 


Diam. 


Pitch Pace 


Bore 


Hub 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Diam. 


Pitch Pace 


Bore 


Hub 


Price 


B16WA 16 


.625 


.1963 Va 


Va 


No 


$ .65 


B32WA 32 


.4375 


.0982 y 2 


h 


No 


$ .40 


B24WA 24 


.500 


.1309 Vs 


-A 


No 


.55 


B48WA 48 


.333 


.0654 i T ff 


8 

Hi 


No 


.35 














Steel Worms 






















Single Thread- 


-Right Hand. 














Pitch 


Circ. Soft or 




Hub 


List 




Pitch 


Circ. Soft or 




Hub 


List 


Symbol Teeth 


Diam. 


Pitch Hard Pace Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Diam. 


Pitch Hard Pace Bore 


Dia. Proj. 


Price 


S16WA 16 


.625 


.1963 Soft Va 


Va 


No 


No 


$ .65 


S32WA 32 


.4375 


.0982 Soft V 


3 
1 6 


No No 


$ .40 


S16WAJN 16 


.625 


.1963 Soft 1 


A 


.46 


% 


.90 


S32WAHN 32 


.4375 


.0982 Hard Vz 


s 

1 »; 


.35 A 


1.10 


S16WAYN 16 


.625 


.1963 Hard 1 


A 


.46 


Va 


1.65 














S24WA 24 


.500 


.1309 Soft Vs 


3 

16 


No 


No 


.55 


S48WA 48 


.333 


.0654 Soft ,V, 


16 


No No 


.35 


S24WAJN 24 


.500 


.1309 Soft Vs 


Va 


.38 


Va 


.75 


S48WAHN 48 


.333 


.0654 Hard h 


1 e 


.25 h 


1.00 


S24WAYN 24 


.500 


.1309 Hard 7/$ 


Va 


.38 


Va 


1.50 















EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



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Bond Cut Bevel Gears — Iron, Steel and Brass 

In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 




Symbol Teeth 


Mate- 
rial 


Pitch 
Dia. 


Face 


Back- 
Bore ing" 


Hub 
Dia. 


Dgth. 
thru 
Hub 


Price 
Bach 


Symbol Teeth 


Mate- 
rial 


Pitch 

Dia. 


Face 


Back- 
Bore ing 


Hub 
Dia. 


Lgth. 
thru 
Hub 


Price 
Per 
Pair 


16 Diameter Pitch 
















24 Diameter Pitch 
















S16 4B 24 


Steel 


1.5 


% 


A 


Vs 


1 


Vs 


$1.30 


B24 4BN 36 


Brass 


1.5 


Va 


A 

3 

16 

5 

Iff 

Va 
Vs 
A 


i 3 


1 1 


a 1 




S16 4BN 12 
S16 4B 24 
S16 4BNZ 12 
S16 4B 32 
S16 4B 16 
R16 6BN 48 


Steel 
Steel 
Steel 
Steel 
Steel 
Iron 


.75 
1.5 

.75 
2. 
1. 
3. 


% 

Va 
Va 
X 
X 
ft 


a 

Vs 

x 

X 
X 


Vs 

Vs 
Vs 
Va 

T 7 ff 

Vs 


Vs 
1 

Vs 
Wa 

Va 
1/2 


9 
10 

Vs 

9 
iff 

il 

H 

Vs 


.80 
1.30 

.80 
1.45 

.90 
2.00 


B24 4BN 18 
B24 4BN 48 
B24 4BN 24 
B24 6B 54 
B24 6B 18 


Brass 
Brass 
Brass 
Brass 
Brass 


.75 
2. 
1. 

2.25 
.75 


Va 

32 

9 

A 

A 


iff 

I 7 ff 

Vs 

ft 

A 


9 

16 

Vs 

iff 

Wa 

1V2 


If 

V2 
1 s 

3 2 
ft 

11 


$1.25 

2.00 
1.90 


S16 6BN 16 


Steel 


1. 


ft 


X 


l 7 ff 


H 


ii! 


1.00 


32 Diameter Pitch 
















R16 6BNZ 48 


Iron 


3. 


ft 


Vs 


Vs 


W 


Vs 


2.00 


B32 4BN 32 


Brass 


1. 


A 


ft 


H 


h 


Vs 

u 




S16 6BNZ 16 


Steel 


1. 


ft 


ft 


A 


Vs 


iff 


1.00 


B32 4BN 16 


Brass 


.5 


A 


i\ 


^ 


H 


1.00 


RI6 8BN 64 


Iron 


4. 


X 


X 


Vs 


1/2 


Vs 


2.75 


B32 8BN 64 


Brass 


2. 


Va 


A 


ft 


n 


Vs 

n 




S16 8BN 16 


Steel 


1. 


X 


'A 


ft 


ii 


Vs 


1.25 


B32 8BN 16 


Brass 


.5 


Va 


3 
iff 


Va 


Vs 


1.65 


20 Diameter Pitch 
















48 Diameter Pitch 
















S20 4B 20 


Steel 


1. 


A 


H 


H 


Va 


Vs 


1.20 


B48 4BN 36 


Brass 


.75 


Vs 


fff 


V 


A 


Va 




S20 4B 10 


Steel 


.5 


A 


1 
iff 


Va 


u 


if 


.60 


B48 4BN 18 


Brass 


.375 


Vs 


% 


A 


8 


.95 


S20 6B 30 


Steel 


1.5 


M 


Vs 


A 


1 


l\ 


1.80 


B48 6BN 36 


Brass 


.75 


_3 


_3_ 


M 


JL 


n 




S20 6B 10 


Steel 


.5 


54 


3 

us 


Va 


y 


ii 


LOO 


B48 6BN 12 


Brass 


.25 


3 

3 2 


x 


16 


7 
32 


Va 


.90 



NOTE: Bevel gears are not interchangeable but must run in pairs as listed above. 

Bond Cut Miter Gears 

IRON, STEEL AND BRASS 
In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 




Symbol 


Mate- 
Teeth rial 


Pitch 
Dia. 


Face 


Bore 


Back- 
ing- 


Hub 
Dia. 


Lgrth. 

thru 

Hub 


lust 
Price 
Pair 


Mate- 
Symbol Teeth rial 


Pitch 
Dia. 


Face 


Bore 


Back- 
ing 


Hub 
Dia. 


LfiTth. 

thru 
Hub 


List 
Price 
Pair 


6 Diameter Pitch 
















14 Diameter Pitch 
















MM 


24 Steel 


4. 


\x 


I A 


Ws 


Wa 


2 


$10.00 


S14M 14 Steel 


1. 


Va 


Vs 


V2 


Vs 


Vs 


$1.60 


R6M 


30 Iron 


5. 


ix 


1 


Wa 


W2 


W 


8.65 


S14MZ 14 Steel 


1. 


Va 


& 


% 


Vs 


Vs 


1.60 


R6MN 


36 Iron 


6. 


Hi 


IX 


Wa 


Wa 


W2 


11.00 


SUM 21 Steel 
SUM 28 Steel 


1.5 
2. 


Vs 
i 7 ff 


Vs 
H 


Vs 
Va 


1 
Wa 


M 
1 


2.00 
2.25 


8 Diameter Pitch 
















16 Diameter Pitch 
















S8M 


24 Steel 


3. 


y 4 


Va 


Ws 


2 


w 


5.00 


S16M 12 Steel 


.75 


T 3 ff 


Va 


i 7 ff 


Vs 


1 7 

3 2 


1.30 


R8M 


24 Iron 


3. 


Va 


% 


Ws 


Wa 


w 


4.50 


S16MZ 12 Steel 


.75 


ft 


A 


A 


Vs 


H 


1.30 


S8M 


28 Steel 


3.5 


% 


l 


Wa 


2V2 


Wa 


8.50 


SI6MN 16 Steel 


1. 


Va 


Vs 


V2 


Va 


Vs 


1.50 


R8MN 


28 Iron 


3.5 


Vs 


H 


Wa 


Wa 


Wa 


5.00 


S16MN 20 Steel 


1.25 


A 


i 7 ff 


Vs 


l 


M 


1.70 


S8M 


32 Steel 


4. 


x 


l 


Wa 


W2 


Wa 


10.50 


SI6MN 24 Steel 


1.5 


ft 


V2 


Vs 


Ws 


M 


1.95 


R8MN 


32 Iron 


4. 


Vs 


Va 


Wa 


Wa 


Wa 


6.50 


































20 Diameter Pitch 
















10 Diameter Pitch 
















S20MN 15 Steel 


.75 


5 
32 


T% 


Vs 


Vs 


A 


1.25 


S10MN 


20 Steel 


2. 


a 

i 6 


A 


1 


VVs 


1ft 


3.00 


S20MN 20 Steel 


1. 


3 
Iff 


Vs 


Vs 


Va 


7 
ig 


1.45 


S10MNZ 


20 Steel 


2. 


n> 


Va 


1 


Ws 


1ft 


3.00 


24 Diameter Pitch 
















SI0MN 


25 Steel 


2.5 


u 


Va 


ift 


2 


Hi 


4.20 


B24MN 24 Brass 


1. 


ft 


Va 


13 
3 2 


Vs 


:\ 7 


1.10 


S10MN 


30 Steel 


3. 


H 


% 


1 h 


2 


1 fo- 


5.00 


B24MN 30 Brass 


1.25 


Va 


Va 


13 
3 2 


Vs 


35 
6 1 


1.40 


12 Diameter Pitch 
















B24MN 36 Brass 


1.5 


Va 


A 


ft 


iff 


il 


1.85 


S12MN 


15 Steel 


1.25 


A 


A 


Vs 


1 


il § 


1.75 


32 Diameter Pitch 
















S12M 


18 Steel 


1.5 


X 


A 


Vs 


134 


H 


2.10 


E32MN 16 Brass 


.5 


Vs 


3 

16 


Va 


1 3 


n 


.70 


S12MZ 


18 Steel 


1.5 


X 


X 


Vs 


Wa 


it 


2.10 


B32MN 24 Brass 


.75 


£2 


3 

Iff 


5 
Iff 


V 


n 


.90 


S12M 


21 Steel 


1.75 


X 


A 


ii 


Ws 


Vs 


2.25 


B32M 32 Brass 


1. 


A 


A 


fff 


Va 


Vs 


1.50 


S12M 


24 Steel 


2. 


'A 


A 


Va 


W2 


1 


2.60 


48 Diameter Pitch 
















S12M 


30 Steel 


2.5 


X 


Vz 


Vs 


Wa 


Wa 


3.75 


E48MN 15 Brass 


.3125 


A 


Vs 


A 


Va 


7 

:{2 


.60 


S12MZ 


30 Steel 


2.5 


X 


H 


Vs 


Wa 


Wa 


3.75 


E48MN 18 Brass 


.375 


A 


Vs 


3 7 2 


iff 


11 


.60 



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Bond Cut Bronze Sprockets 

In ordering state Symbol and Number of Teeth. 





Pitr.h 




Hub 




List 






Pitch 




Hub 




List 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Froj. 


Type 


Price 


Symbol Teeth 


Dia. 


Bore 


Dia. 


Proj. 


Type 


Price 


For No. 


1 Chain 


-%l' 


Face 


























BIX 


6~ 


.36 


Vs 


Ya 


Ya 


Plain 


$ .30 


BIX 


18 


1.04 


i« 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


$ .65 


BIX 


8 


.47 


Ys 


5 


Ya 


Plain 


.35 


BIX 


20 


1.16 


16 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


.70 


BIX 


10 


.59 


Ys 


Vs 


Ya 


Plain 


.40 


BIX 


24 


1.39 


fff 


H 


^ 


Plain 


.95 


BIX 


12 


.70 


3 

Iff 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


.45 


BIX 


32 


1.85 


Ya 


Vs 


ft 


Plain 


1.10 


BIX 


15 


.87 


16 


9 
Iff 


Ya 


Plain 


.55 


















For No. 


2 Chain 


—Vs" 


Face 


























B2X 


6 


.57 


ft 


u 


Ya 


Plain 


.40 


B2X 


18 


1.64 


Ya 


5/8 


ft 


Plain 


.90 


B2X 


8 


.75 


ft 


Vz 


Ya 


Plain 


.45 


B2X 


20 


1.82 


% 


Vs 


ft 


Plain 


1.00 


B2X 


9 


.83 


ft 


Y2 


Ya 


Plain 


.50 


B2X 


21 


1.91 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.10 


B2X 


10 


.92 


3 
Iff 


V2 


Ya 


Plain 


.55 


B2X 


24 


2.18 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.20 


B2X 


11 


1.01 


ft 


Y2 


Ya 


Plain 


.60 


B2X 


27 


2.46 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Plain 


1.30 


B2X 


12 


1.10 


ft 


Y2 


Ya 


Plain 


.65 


B2X 


32 


2.91 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.50 


B2X 


14 


1.28 


% 


h 


ft 


Plain 


.70 


B2X 


44 


4.00 


Vs 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.75 


B2X 


16 


1.46 


% 


H 


ft 


Plain 


.80 


















For No. 


3 Chain 


-ft" 


Face 


























B3X 


5 


.59 


ft 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


.45 


B3X 


20 


2.22 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.20 


B3X 


6 


.70 


ft 


fff 


Ya 


Plain 


.50 


B3X 


22 


2.45 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.40 


B3X 


7 


.80 


ft 


¥t 


Ya 


Plain 


.55 


B3X 


24 


2.66 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.60 


B3X 


8 


.91 


ft 


X A 


Ya 


Plain 


.65 


B3X 


27 


3.00 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.80 


B3X 


9 


1.02 


ft 


ft 


ft 


Plain 


.75 


B3X 


36 


3.99 


H 


Vs 


ft 


Spoked 


2.00 


B3X 


10 


1.13 


fff 


T% 


ft 


Plain 


.85 


B3X 


45 


4.99 


Vs 


% 


ft 


Spoked 


2.20 


B3X 


12 


1.35 


Ya 


Vs 


ft 


Webbed 


.95 


B3X 


54 


5.99 


Vs 


Vs 


I 7 ff 


Spoked 


2.40 


B3X 


16 


1.78 


Ya 


Vs 


ft 


Webbed 


1.05 


















For No. 


4 Chain 


-ft" 


Face 


























B4X 


5 


.59 


3 

Tff 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


.45 


B4X 


20 


2.22 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.20 


B4X 


6 


.70 


Tff 


ft 


Ya 


Plain 


.50 


B4X 


22 


2.45 


fs 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.40 


B4X 


7 


.80 


ft 


Y2 


Ya 


Plain 


.55 


B4X 


24 


2.66 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Webbed 


1.60 


B4X 


8 


.91 


ft 


% 


Ya 


Plain 


.65 


B4X 


27 


3.00 


ft 


Va 


Vs 


Spoked 


1.80 


B4X 


9 


1.02 


ft 


ft 


ft 


Plain 


.75 


B4X 


36 


3.99 


Vs 


Vs 


ft 


Spoked 


2.00 


B4X 


10 


1.13 


fff 


ft 


ft 


Plain 


.85 


B4X 


45 


4.99 


Vs 


Vs 


ft 


Spoked 


2.20 


B4X 


12 


1.35 


% 


H 


ft 


Webbed 


.95 


B4X 


54 


5.99 


Vs 


Vs 


A 


Spoked 


2.40 


B4X 


16 


1.78 


Ya 


Vs 


fff 


Webbed 


1.05 



















Brass Chain 

Links Price 

Width Tensil per per 

No. Inch Strength Foot Foot 

1 ft 20 Lbs. 65 $ .10 

2 i-2 43 Lbs. 42 .10 

3 i 3 ff 33 Lbs. 34 .15 

4 fff 78 Lbs, 34 .30 



Steel Chain 

Links Price 

Width Tensil per per 

No. Inch Strength Foot Poot 



High Tensil Steel Chain 

Links Price 
Width Tensil per per 
No. Inch Strength Foot Foot 



1 


ft 


30 Lbs. 


65 


$ .10 


1 


:s 


51 Lbs. 


65 


$ .15 


2 


ft 


46 Lbs. 


42 


.10 


2 


ft 


100 Lbs. 


42 


.15 


3 


3 

1 *; 


64 Lbs. 


34 


.15 


3 


3 
Hi 


100 Lbs. 


34 


.20 


4 


h 


166 Lbs. 


34 


.20 













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INFORMATION SECTION 

Table of Contents 



, ^ _ Page No. 

Alloying Elements, Steel.. - — 238 

Alloys, Density of - 201 

Alloys, Weight Factors 250 

ALUMINUM 

Rod Weights 205 

Sheet Weights - - 211 

Weight Factors 225,250 

Wire Weights .: 207 

Annealing Instructions - — - 234, 237 

Area Tables - - - 247 

— B — 

BRASS 

Chemical and Physical Properties.. 2C3 

Fitting Weights 244 

Pipe Size Specifications ---- 226 

Rod Weights.... ,.. 204,206 

Rod Weight Per 1000 Pieces 208,209 

S. A. E. Specifications.... 202 

Sheet Weights 210, 212, 213 

Strip Weights - 206, 212, 213 

Tubing Weights -.218 to 225 

Wire Weights 207 

Brinnell Hardness. - 239 

Bursting Pressure, Seamless Tubes 250 

— c — 

Capacity of Tanks 246 

Casting Shrinkage Tables 234 

Cement and Glue Mixtures 244 

Chemical and Physical Properties of Copper and Copper Alloys 203 

Chemical and Physical Properties of Stainless Steel. 232, 233 

Cleaning Solutions - 235 

Coloring Solutions.... - 235 

Comparison of Thermo Metric Scales. - 239 

Comparison of Wire Gauges. 253 

Consecutive I. D. Brass Tubing Sizes 35 

Continuous Drill Tables 245 

Conversion Tables — Each, Dozen, Gross... 251 

COPPER 

Chemical and Physical Properties 203 

Pipe Size Specifications. .. 226 

Rod Weights (Bus Bar) 204, 206 

S. A. E. Specifications - ..-- 202 

Sheet Weights ...214,215 

Strip Weights...... 216,217 

Tubing Weights 218 to 225 

Wire Weights. - 207 

— D — 

Density and Specific Gravity of Metals and Alloys 201 

Die Information - 243 

Drill Sizes - - 245 

Drill Table, Continuous 245 

— E — 

Electrical Terms - 243 

Elements, Alloying in Steel 238 

Equivalents of Weights and Measures 249 

Equivalents, Millimeter..... 249 

— F — 

Fabrication Instructions, Stainless Steel. .........227 to 231 

Fitting Weights, Brass 244 

Fluxes for Soldering..... - 240 

Formulae, Mathematical - 244 

— G — 

Gauge, Wire — Comparison of - 252 

Gauge, Wire- — Explanation of... 251 

Glue Mixtures - 244 

Gravity, Specific of Metals and Alloys - 201 

Gross Conversion Tables to Each, Dozen 251 

Instructions, Fabricating and Welding Stainless Steel 227 to 231 



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— M — Page No. 

Materials, Tensile Strength of 201 

Mathematical Formulae 244 

Melting Points of Various Metals 234 

Millimeter Equivalents. 249 

Miscellaneous Shop Notes .241, 242 

Mixtures of Metals 234 



— N — 



NICKEL SILVER WEIGHTS 

Sheet 

Wire 



210 
207 



— P — 

Pickling Solutions..... 235 

PHOSPHOR BRONZE WEIGHTS 

Rod 205 

Sheet 211 

Wire 207 

Physical Properties — -Copper and Copper Alloys 203 

Stainless Steel .232,233 

Price Conversion Table, Dozen, Each, Gross 251 

— R — 

Rockwell Hardness Scale Comparison 239 

Rod Shapes, Weight Calculations 250 

Rod Weights, Aluminum, Phosphor Bronze, Stainless Steel 205 

Brass, Copper, Tobin Bronze 204, 206 

Brass— Per 10C0 Pieces. ...208, 209 

Rules of Weights and Measures 248, 249 

— s — 

S. A. E. Specifications, Copper and Copper Alloys 202 

Steel 236 

Scleroscope Scale Comparison 239 

Seamless Tubing — Bursting Pressures 250 

Weight Factors 250 

Sheet Weights — Aluminum, Manganese Bronze, Muntz Metal, 

Naval Brass, Phosphor Bronze, Tobin Bronze 211 

Brass, Nickel Silver, Tobin Bronze 210 

Copper 214,215 

Stainless Steel 215 

Solders and Fluxes 240 

Solutions for Pickling, Cleaning and Coloring 235 

Specific Gravity of Metals and Alloys 201 

Stainless Steel, Chemical and Physical Properties 232, 233 

Fabricating and Welding Instructions 227 to 231 

Rod Weights 205, 207, 238 

Sheet Weights 215 

Wire Weights.. 207 

Steel, Annealing and Tempering .. 207 

Alloying Elements and Tests . 238 

Standard Pipe Sizes, Brass, and Copper 226 

Strip Weights, Brass 212,213 

Copper ...216,217 



Tables, Mathematical. 247 

Tank Capacity , 246 

Tap and Die Information 243 

Tempering Steel 237 

Tempers of Metals 234 

Tensile Strength of Materials..... 201 

Tobin Bronze Weights, Rod 204 

Sheet .....210,211 

Tubing, Calculation of Bursting Pressure 250 

Tubing, Weights 218 to 225 

— W — 

Weight Calculations, Rod Shapes other than Round.... 250 

Weight Factors, Aluminum and Alloys 250 

Seamless Tubes, Various Metals 225, 250 

Weight Tables—See Material or Shape 248 

Wire Gauge, Comparison 252 

Explanations 251 



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Density or Specific Gravity of Metals 
and Alloys 

Cu. In. 

Specific Wt. in Lbs. in One 

Material Gravity Cu.Pt. Cu. In. Lb. 

Aluminum 

Cast 2.569 160. .093 10.80 

Wrought 2.681 167. .097 10.35 

Bronze 7.787 485. .281 3.56 

Antimony 6.712 418. .242 4.13 

Arsenic 5.748 358. .207 4.83 

Bismuth 9,827 612. .354 2.82 

Benedict nickel 8.691 542.6 .3140 3.19 

f 7.868 490. .284 3.53 

Cast ] 8.430 525. .304 3.29 

[8.109 505. .292 3.42 

Muntz— metal 8.221 512. .296 3.37 

Naval (rolled) 8.510 530. .307 3.26 

Rods 8.509 531.2 .3074 3.25 

Sheet 8.469 528.7 .3060 3.27 

Cartridge 8.465 529.7 .3066 3.26 

Tubes, brazed 8.597 536.7 .3106 3.21 

Tubes, seamless 8,495 530,3 .3069 3.26 

Wire 8.437 526.7 .3048 3.28 

Bronze 

[8.478 528. .306 3.27 

Gun-metal.... 1 8.863 552. .319 3.13 

[8.735 544. .315 3.18 

Phosphor, wire 8.881 554.4 .3208 3.11 

Tobin, rods 8.404 524.6 .3036 3.29 

Tobin, sheet 8.404 524.6 .3036 3.29 

Copper 

Cast 8.622 537. .311 3.22 

Drawn bars 8.900 555.6 .3215 3.11 

Hammered 8.927 556. .322 3.11 

Rods 8.900 555.6 .3215 3.11 

Sheet... 8.900 555.6 .3215 3.11 

Tubes, seamless 8.932 557.6 ,3227 3.09 

Wire 8.900 555.6 .3215 3.11 

Gold (pure)..... 19.316 1203. .696 1.44 

Standard 22 carat fine 17.502 1090. .631 159 

f 6.904 430. .249 4,02 

Iron— cast I 7.386 499. .266 3.76 

I 7.209 464. .260 3.85 

[7.547 470. .272 3.56 

Iron— wrought \ 7.803 486. .281 3.68 

[ 7.707 480. .278 3.60 

Lead— cast 11.368 708. .410 2.44 

Lead—sheet 11.432 712. .412 2.43 

Manganese 8.012 499. .289 2.46 

Nickel— cast 8.285 5 1 6. .299 3.35 

Nickel— rolled 8.687 541. ,313 3.19 

Nickel Silver 

Sheet 18% Grade "A" 8.752 546.4 .3162 3.16 

Wire 18% 8.680 541.9 .3136 3.18 

Resistance wire 30% 8.740 545.6 .3158 3.16 

Platinum 21.516 1340. .775 1.29 

Silver 10.517 655, .379 2.64 

[7.820 487. .282 3.55 

Steel } 7.916 493. .285 3.51 

[ 7.868 490. .284 3.53 

Tin 7.418 462. .267 3.74 

White metal (Babbitt's) 7.322 456. .264 3.79 

Zinc— cast..... 6.872 428. .248 4.05 

Zinc— sheet. 7.209 449. ,260 3.84 

SPECIFIC GRAVITY 

The specific gravity of a body is the ratio between its weight and 

the weight of a like volume of distilled water at a temperature of 
39.2 degrees F. To find the weight of a cubic foot of any liquid or 
solid, multiply its specific gravity by 62.425 pounds avoirdupois, the 
weight of a cubic foot of water. 



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Tensile Strength of Materials 

Pounds Per Square Inch 

METAL 

Pounds 

Aluminum — Castings 15000 

Sheet ... 24000 

Bars 28000 

Antimony— Cast 1000 

Bismuth — Cast 3200 

Brass— Cast (18000 to 29000) 23500 

Sheet— Soft (35000 to 46000).. 44670 

Hard (64000 to 86000) 79300 

Wire — Annealed 49000 

Hard 80000 

Bronze — Cast 45000 

Wire, annealed (phosphor) 63000 

Wire, hard 150000 

Delta metal, cast _ 44800 

Delta metal, rolled 67200 

Gun metal (copper and tin — 23000 to 55000) 39000 

Manganese, cast 80000 

Manganese, rolled... _ . 75000 

Tobin, rods 60000 to 80000 

Naval, rolled 65000 

Copper— Cast (18000 to 30000) 1ZIZ 24000 

Rods . 33Q00 

Sheet 3Q000 

Wire, annealed 32000 

Wire, hard 60000 

Gold— Cast 20000 

Wire 27500 

Iron— Cast.. 18000 

Cast malleable „ 28000 

Cast malleable, annealed 46000 

Wrought , 45000 

Lead — Cast . _ 1800 

Rolled sheet . 3300 

Wire 1500 

Platinum — Wire, annealed 32000 

Wire, hard 56QOO 

Silver — -Cast ...... 40000 

Steel— Cast 60000 to 80000 

Forgings. 60000 to 95000 

Tin— Cast..... _ 3360 

Block - 4500 

Wir © - - 70000 

Zinc— Cast..... 336 o 

Sheet. 15680 

WOODS 

Ash - - 11000 to 17000 

Beech - - - 11500 to 18000 

Cedar 10300 to 11400 

Chestnut 10500 

Elm 13000 to 13489 

Hemlock , 8700 

Hickory Zl2800to 18000 

Locus*— ■ ...20500 to 24800 

Ma P le 10500 to 10584 

Oak— white 10253 to 19500 

Pine— white 10000 to 12000 

Pine— yellow.... 12600 to 19200 

S P ruce - - - - 10000 to 19500 

Walnut— black... 9286 to 16000 

Weight of Stones, Earth, Etc. 

Weight in Pounds of one cubic foot 



Material Founds 

Asphaltum 64-112 

Brick, common 100-125 

Brick, fire.. 137-150 

Cement, Portland 80- 90 

Clay 120 

Concrete. 120-140 

Earth 77-120 

Glass, crown 156 

Glass, flint.. 187 

Glass, plate 169 

Granite 164-175 

Gravel 90-125 



Material Founds 

Grindstone 134 

Lime, quick 52 

Limestone and marbles.... 150- 179 

Mortar, hardened.... 88-118 

Mud, dry and close 80-110 

Mud, wet and fluid 104-120 

Sand, dry..... 88-110 

Sand, wet 1 18-129 

Sandstone 130-170 

Victoriastone (crushed 

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1.824 


1.579 


*fa 


1.353 


1.722 


1.491 


2 %2 


1.495 


1.903 


1.648 


2 %2 


1.566 


1.993 


1.726 


2 %2 


1.479 


1.882 


1.629 


% 


L630 


2.075 


1.797 


% 


1.705 


2.170 


1.880 


% 


1.610 


2.049 


1.775 


2 %2 


1.766 


2.249 


1.948 


2 %2 


1.849 


2.353 


2.038 


2 %2 


1.747 


2.223 


1.926 


13 /l6 


1.913 


2.435 


2.109 


13 /l6 


2.001 


2.547 


2.206 


13 /l6 


1.889 


2.405 


2.083 


2 %2 


2.060 


2.623 


2.272 


27 /32 


2.157 


2.745 


2.378 


27 /32 


2.038 


2.594 


2.247 


% 


2.218 


2.824 


2.446 


7 /8 


2.320 


2.954 


2.558 


% 


2.191 


2.789 


2.416 


2 %2 


2.377 


3.026 


2.621 


2 %2 


2.489 


3.168 


2.744 


2 %2 


2.351 


2.992 


2.592 


!%6 


2.546 


3.242 


2.808 


15 /l6 


2.663 


3.391 


2.937 


13 /l6 


2.515 


3.202 


2.773 


3 %2 


2.716 


3.458 


2.994 


31 /32 


2.843 


3.619 


3.134 


31 /32 


2.686 


3.419 


2.961 


1 


2.897 


3.689 


3.195 


1 


3.030 


3.858 


3.341 


1 


2.862 


3.643 


3.155 


1 Vl6 


3.271 


4.164 


3.607 


1 fa 


3.421 


4.356 


3.772 


1 fa 


3.230 


4.113 


3.562 


1 % 


3.667 


4.669 


4.043 


1 % 


3.835 


4.883 


4.229 


i y 8 


3.622 


4.611 


3.993 


1 ^io 


4.086 


5.202 


4.505 


1%6 


4.273 


5.441 


4.712 


1 %6 


4.035 


5.138 


4.449 


1 X k 


4.527 


5.764 


4.992 


i y 4 


4.735 


6.029 


5.221 


i y 4 


4.471 


5.693 


4.930 


1 %6 


4.991 


6.355 


5.503 


1 5 /l6 


5.220 


6.647 


5.756 


1 fa 


4.929 


6.276 


5.435 


1 % 


5.478 


6.974 


6.040 


1% 


5.729 


7.295 


6.317 


i % 


5.410 


6.888 


5.965 


1 %6 


5.987 


7.623 


6.602 


l 7 /l6 


6.262 


7.973 


6.905 


1 7 /l6 


5.913 


7.529 


6.520 


1 V2 


6.519 


8.300 


7.188 


1 % 


6.818 


8.681 


7.518 


1 % 


6.438 


8.198 


7.099 


1 %6 


7.073 


9.006 


7.800 


1 %C 


7.398 


9.420 


8.158 


1 9 /l6 


6.986 


8.895 


7.703 


1 % 


7.651 


9.741 


8.436 


1% 


8.002 


10.19 


8.824 


1 % 


7.556 


9.621 


8.332 


1%6 


8.250 


10.50 


9.097 


IHie 


8.630 


10.99 


9.515 


l n /l6 


8.149 


10.38 


8.985 


1 % 


8.873 


11.30 


9.784 


1 % 


9.281 


11.82 


10.23 


1 % 


8.763 


11.16 


9.663 


l 13 /l6 


9.518 


12.12 


10.50 


l 13 /l6 


9.955 


12.68 


10.98 


l 13 /l6 


9.401 


11.97 


10.37 


1 % 


10.19 


12.97 


11.23 


1% 


10.65 


13.56 


11.75 


1 7 /s 


10.06 


12.81 


11.09 


l 15 /l6 


10.88 


13.85 


11.99 


l 15 /l6 


11.38 


14.48 


12.54 


l ir /l6 


10.74 


13.68 


11.84 


2 


11.59 


14.76 


12.78 


2 


12.12 


15.43 


13.37 


2 


11.45 


14.57 


12,62 


2% 


13.08 


16.66 


14.43 


2y 8 


13.68 


17.42 


15.09 


2% 


12,92 


16.45 


14.25 


2% 


14.67 


18.68 


16.17 


2 y 4 


15.34 


19.53 


16.92 


2% 


14.49 


18.44 


15.97 


2% 


16.34 


20.81 


18.02 


2% 


17.09 


21.76 


18.85 


2% 


16.14 


20.55 


17.80 


2% 


18.11 


23.06 


19.97 


2% 


18.94 


24.12 


20.88 


2 ^ 


17.88 


22.77 


19.72 


2% 


19.96 


25.42 


22.01 


2% 


20.88 


26.59 


23.02 


2 % 


19.72 


25.11 


21.74 


2 % 


21.91 


27.90 


24.16 


2% 


22.92 


29.18 


25.27 


2% 


21.64 


27.55 


23.86 


2% 


23.95 


30.49 


26.41 


2 7 / 8 


25.05 


31.89 


27.62 


2 7 / 8 


23.65 


30.12 


26.08 


3 


26.08 


33.20 


28.75 


3 


27.27 


34.73 


30.07 


3 


25.75 


32.79 


28.40 


3 y 4 


30.6 


38.9 


33.7 


3% 


32.01 


40.75 


35.29 


3y 4 


30.22 


38.48 


33.33 


3 y 2 


35.5 


45.2 


39.1 


3 % 


37.12 


47.27 


40.93 


3 V> 


35.05 


44.63 


38.65 


3% 


40.7 


51.8 


44.9 


3% 


42.61 


54.26 


46.99 


3 % 


40.24 


51.24 


44.37 


4 


46.0 


58.6 


51.0 


4 


48.49 


61.73 


53.46 


4 


45.78 


58.29 


50.48 


4% 


52.3 


66.5 


57.6 


4% 


54.74 


69.69 


60.36 


4% 


51.69 


65.81 


56.99 


4y 2 


58.7 


74.7 


64.7 


4y 2 


61.37 


78.13 


67.67 


4 y 2 


57.75 


73.78 


63.89 


4% 


65.4 


83.3 


72.1 


4% 


68.37 


87.06 


75.39 


4% 


64.56 


82.20 


71.17 


5 


72.4 


92.2 


79.8 


5 


75.76 


96.46 


83.54 


5 


71.54 


91.08 


78.88 


5% 


79.9 


101.7 


88.1 


5% 


83.5 


106.3 


92.1 


sy 4 


78.9 


100.4 


87.0 


s y 2 


87.6 


111.5 


96.6 


5 y 2 


91,6 


116.6 


101.0 


5 % 


86.6 


110.2 


95.5 


5 % 


95.8 


122.0 


105.5 


5% 


100.2 


127.6 


110.5 


5% 


94.6 


120.4 


104.3 


6 


104.2 


132.8 


115.0 


6 


109.1 


138.9 


120.3 


6 


103.0 


131.1 


113.6 



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Allegheny Stainless Steel Bars 

Approximate Weights 

Rounds, Squares and Hexagons 

Pounds Per Lineal Foot 



Phosphor Bronze Rods 

Approximate Weights 
Rounds, Squares and Hexagons 



Size 


Round 


Square 


Hex age 


'io 


.010 


.013 




's 


.042 


.053 


.046 


%6 


.094 


.120 


.103 


Vt 


.168 


.214 


.184 


•v, 


.262 


.334 


.287 


% 


.378 


.481 


.414 


%6 


.514 


.655 


.564 


¥2 


.671 


.855 


.736 


%e 


.850 


1.08 


.932 


% 


1.05 


1.33 


1.15 


»/l6 


1.27 


1.62 


1.39 


% 


1.51 


1.92 


1.66 


»%6 


1.77 


2.26 


1.94 


% 


2.06 


2.62 


2.25 


1! Jic 


2.36 


3.01 


2.58 


1 


2.68 


3.42 


2.94 


l He 


3.01 


3.84 


3.32 


1 % 


3.38 


4.30 


3.73 


1%6 


3.76 


4.79 


4.15 


1 K 


4.17 


5.31 


4.60 


1 5 /i« 


4.60 


5.86 


5.07 


1% 


5.02 


6.43 


5.57 


l 7 /l6 


5.52 


7.03 


6.08 


1% 


6.01 


7.65 


6.62 


1%6 


6.52 


8.30 


7.19 


1 % 


7.05 


8.98 


7.77 


l'VlO 


7.60 


9.68 


8.38 


1% 


8.18 


10.41 


9.02 



Size 


Bound 


Square Hexagon 


1^6 


8.77 


11.17 


9.67 


1 % 


9.39 


11.95 


10.35 


1*%6 


10.02 


12.76 


11.05 


2 


10.68 


13.60 


11.78 


2 M« 


11.36 


14.46 




2 Vh 


12.06 


15.35 


13.29 


2 %0 


12.78 


16.27 




21/4 


13.52 


17.22 


14.90 


2 %e 


14.28 


18.19 




2% 


15.07 


19.18 


16.61 


2 % 6 


15.86 


20.20 




2 y 2 


16.69 


21.25 


18.40 


2% 


18.40 


23.43 


20.29 


2% 


20.20 


25.00 


22.27 


2% 


22.07 


28.10 


24.34 


3 


24.03 


30.60 


26.50 


3 Vh 


26.08 


33.20 


28.75 


3% 


28.20 


35.92 


31.10 


3% 


30.42 


38.73 


33.54 


3 y 2 


32.71 


41.65 


36.07 


3% 


35.09 


44.68 


38.69 


3 % 


37.56 


47.82 


41.41 


3% 


40.10 


51.05 


44.21 


4 


42.73 


54.40 


47.11 


4% 


48.24 


61.41 




4 y 2 


54.07 


68.85 




4% 


60.25 


76.71 




5 


66.76 


85.00 





Size 


Bound 


Square 


Hexagr< 


Vie 


.012 


.015 




% 


.047 


.060 




•Tie 


.106 


.135 


.116 


V4 


.189 


.240 


.207 


%.> 


.296 


.375 


.324 


% 


.426 


.540 


.467 


%6 


.580 


.736 


.636 


Y2 


.758 


.960 


.832 


%6 


.958 


1.215 


1.05 


% 


1.18 


1.50 


1.29 


% 


1.42 


1.81 


1.56 


% 


1.70 


2.16 


1.88 


la /lG 


1.99 


2.53 


2.19 


% 


2.32 


2.94 


2.56 


^Aq 


2.65 


3.37 


2.92 


1 


3.03 


3.84 


3.34 


1 K 


3.84 


4.86 


4.21 


1 % 


4.74 


6.00 


5.22 


1% 


5.73 


7.27 


6.29 


1 V 2 


6.82 


8.65 


7.52 


l % 


8.00 


10.15 


8.75 


1 % 


9.28 


11.77 


10.15 


1 % 


10.61 


13.52 


11.69 


2 


12.12 


15.38 


13.37 


2 % 


13.64 


17.36 


15.03 


2 K 


15.29 


19.47 


16.86 


2% 


17.03 


21.69 


18.77 


2V 2 


18.87 


24.03 


20.80 


2% 


20.81 


26.50 


22.94 


2.94 


22.84 


29.08 


25.18 


2 7 /s 


24.92 


31.79 


27.47 


3 


' 27.18 


34.61 


29.96 



Aluminum Rods 

Approximate Weight Lineal Foot 



Size 


Bound 


Square 


Hexagro 


3 /l6 


.004 


.005 




% 


.013 


.018 




3 /l6 


.032 


.041 


.036 


% 


.057 


.079 


.065 


%• 


.090 


.114 


.102 


% 


.130 


.165 


.146 


7 /l6 


.177 


.225 


.199 


% 


.231 


.294 


.261 


%« 


.291 


.371 


.330 


% 


.360 


.459 


.408 


% 


.435 


.554 


.493 


% 


.519 


,661 


.587 


*« 


.608 


.774 


.689 


7 /8 


.706 


.899 


.799 


15 /l6 


.809 


1.030 


.918 


1 


.923 


1.180 


1.044 


1 «,.; 


1.039 


1.323 


1.179 


1 ] s 


1.165 


1.484 


1.322 


1 % 6 


1.298 


1.653 


1.473 


1 % 


1.439 


1.832 


1.632 


1 5 /l6 


1.586 


2.019 


1.799 


1% 


1.741 


2.217 


1.975 


1 7 /l<> 


1.903 


2.423 


2.159 


1 % 


2.072 


2.638 


2.350 


1 %e 


2.248 


2.862 


2,551 


l % 


2.431 


3.096 


2.758 


IM^j 


2.622 


3.339 


2.975 


1 % 


2.820 


3.590 


3.199 


l^e 


3.025 


3.852 


3.433 


1 % 


3.237 


4.122 


3.672 


l^e 


3.457 


4.401 


3.920 


2 


3.683 


4.690 


4.179 


2y 8 


4.158 


5.294 


4.718 


2% 


4.662 


5.935 


5.287 


2 % 


5.194 


6.613 


5.892 


2% 


5.755 


7.328 


6.530 


2% 


6.345 


8.079 


7.197 


2% 


6.964 


8.866 


7.900 


2% 


7.611 


9.691 


8.636 


3 


8.287 


10.55 


9.401 



Rectangular Aluminum Rod 

Approximate Weights 
Pounds Per Lineal Foot 



Thick 
Inch 


V2 


y I6 


.0377 


% 


.0754 


%« 


.1131 


] 4 


.1508 


F /l6 


.1885 


% 


.2262 


*A 


.3016 


Thick 
Inch 


1% 


y.« 


.1131 


% 


.2262 


%6 


.3393 


1-4 


.4524 


%6 


.5655 


% 


.6786 


¥2 


.9048 


Thick 
Inch 


3 


VlG 


.2262 


% 


.4524 


9i« 


.6786 


% 


.9048 


9ie 


1.1310 


% 


1.3568 


y 2 


1.8096 



% 

.0471 
.0942 

.1414 
.1885 
.2356 
.2827 
.3770 



1% 
.1319 
.2638 

.3957 
.5276 
.6595 
.7914 
1.0552 



3H 

.2450 

.4900 

.7350 

.9800 

1.2250 

1.4700 

1.9600 



Width Inch 

% Va 


.0565 


.0659 


.1131 


.1319 


.1696 


.1979 


.2262 


.2638 


.2827 


.3298 


.3392 


.3958 


.4523 


.5278 


Width Inch 
2 214 


.1508 


.1696 


.3016 


.3392 


.4524 


.5088 


.6032 


.6784 


.7539 


.8480 


.9048 


1.0176 


1.2064 


1.3568 


Width Inch 

3H 3% 


.2638 


.2827 


.5276 


.5655 


.7916 


.8480 


1.0552 


1.1307 


1.3190 


1.4134 


1.5828 


1.6961 


2.1104 


2.2616 



1 

.0754 
.1508 
.2262 
.3016 
.3770 
.4524 
.6032 

2Y2 
.1885 

.3776 
.5655 
.7539 
.9424 

1.1309 
1.5079 



4 

.3016 

.6032 

.9048 

1.2064 

1.5080 
1.8096 
2.4128 



IK 

.0942 
.1885 
.2827 
.3770 
.4712 
.5655 
.7539 

2% 
.2073 
.4146 

.6219 

.8292 

1.0365 

1.2438 

1.6584 



6 

.4524 
.9048 

1.3572 
1.8096 
2.2620 
2.7136 
3.6192 



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Approximate Weights of 

Rectangular Brass Rod and Strips 



Pounds Per Lineal Foot 



Thick. 












Width in inches 












Inch 


l /2 


Yb 




% 




Ve 


T_ 


IVa 


1% 


1% 


2 


214 


%6 


.1153 


.1441 




1729 




.2017 


.2306 


.2882 


.3458 


.4035 


.4611 


.5190 


%2 


.1729 


.2161 




2594 




.3026 


.3458 


.4323 


.5187 


.6057 


.6917 


.7780 


% 


.2306 


.2882 




3458 




.4035 


.4611 


.5763 


.6917 


.8069 


.9222 


1.0370 


%2 


.2880 


.3600 




4320 




.5040 


.5760 


.7200 


.8650 


1.0090 


1.1528 


1.2970 


%6 


.3458 


.4323 




5188 




.6057 


.6917 


.8646 


1.0375 


1.2104 


1.3833 


1.5560 


% 


.4611 


.5764 




6917 




.8069 


.9222 


1.1528 


1.3833 


1.6139 


1.8444 


2.0750 


5 /l0 


.5764 


.7205 




8647 




1.0087 


1.1528 


1.4409 


1.7291 


2.0173 


2.3055 


2.5940 


% 


.6917 


.8646 


1.0375 




1.2104 


1.3833 


1.7291 


2.0750 


2.4208 


2.7666 


3.1120 


Vz 




1.1530 


1.3833 




1.6139 


1.8444 


2.3055 


2.7666 


3.2278 


3.6888 


4.1500 


% 






1.7290 




2.0173 


2.3055 


2.8819 


3.4582 


4.0347 


4.6110 


5.1870 


% 












2.4208 


2.7666 


3.4583 


4.1499 


4.8416 


5.5332 


6.2250 


% 
I 














3.2280 


4.0350 
4.6110 


4.8420 
5.5330 


5.6480 
6.4550 


6.4550 

7.3780 


7.2620 
8.3000 


Thick. 












Width in inches 












Inch 


2y 2 


2% 


3 




3y 4 


3/ 2 


3% 


4 


*% 


5 


5H 


6 


%0 


.576 


.634 


.691 




.749 


.806 


.864 


.922 


1.037 


1.152 


1.268 


1.383 


%2 


.864 


.951 


1.037 




1.123 


1.210 


1.296 


1.383 


1.555 


1.728 


1.902 


2.074 


% 


1.15 


1.268 


1.383 




1.498 


1.613 


1.729 


1.844 


2.074 


2.304 


2.536 


2.766 


%2 


1.441 


1.585 


1.729 




1.873 


2.017 


2.161 


2.305 


2.592 


2.880 


3.170 


3.457 


%0 


1.729 


1.902 


2.075 




2.247 


2.420 


2.593 


2.766 


3.111 


3.456 


3.804 


4.149 


y* 


2.305 


2.536 


2.766 




2.997 


3.227 


3.458 


3.688 


4.148 


4.608 


5.072 


5.532 


5 /l6 


2.882 


3.170 


3.458 




3.746 


4.034 


4.323 


4.611 


5.185 


5.760 


6.340 


6.915 


% 


3.458 


3.804 


4.150 




4.495 


4.841 


5.187 


5.533 


6.222 


6.912 


7.608 


8.298 


% 


4.611 


5.072 


5.533 




5.994 


6.455 


6.916 


7.377 


8.296 


9.216 


10.140 


11.060 


% 


5.764 


6.340 


6.916 




7.493 


8.069 


8.646 


9.222 


10.370 


11.520 


12.680 


13.830 


% 


6.916 


7.608 


8.299 




8.990 


9.682 


10.370 


11.060 


12.440 


13.820 


15.210 


16.590 


7 /8 


8.069 


8.876 


9.682 




10.490 


11.290 


12.100 


12.910 


14.510 


16.120 


17.750 


19.360 


I 


9.222 


10.140 


11.060 




11.980 


12.910 


13.830 


14.750 


16.590 


18.430 


20.280 


22.130 



Approximate Weights of 

Rectangular Drawn Copper Bus Bars 



Pounds Per Lineal Foot 



Fpecific gravity 8.90 = .3215 pounds per cubic inch. 

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Thick. 










Width in inches 












Inch 


' H 


% 


% 




Vb 


1 


1*4 


l r /a 


l 3 /4 


2 


zy A 


Vie 


.1206 


.1507 


.1809 




.2110 


.2412 


.3014 


.3617 








%2 


.1809 


.2261 


.2713 




.3165 


.3617 


.4522 


.5426 


.6330 


.7235 




% 


.2412 


.3014 


.3617 




.4220 


.4823 


.6029 


.7235 


.8440 


.9646 


1.085 


%2 


.3014 


.3768 


.4522 




.5275 


.6029 


.7535 


.9043 


1.055 


1.206 


1.356 


%6 


.3617 


.4522 


.5426 




.6330 


.7235 


.9043 


1.085 


1.266 


1.447 


1.628 


% 


.4823 


.6029 


.7235 




.8440 


.9646 


1.206 


1.447 


1.688 


1.929 


2.170 


%6 


.6029 


.7535 


.9043 




1.055 


1.206 


1.507 


1.809 


2.110 


2,412 


2.713 


% 


.7235 


.9043 


1.085 




1.266 


1.447 


1.809 


2.170 


2.532 


2.894 


3.256 


% 




1.206 


1.447 




1.688 


1.929 


2.412 


2.894 


3.376 


3.858 


4.341 


% 












2.412 


3.014 


3.617 


4.220 


4.823 


5.426 


% 












2.894 


3.617 


4.341 


5.064 


5.788 


6.511 


7 /8 












3.376 


4.220 


5.064 


5.908 


6.752 


7.596 


1 












3.858 


4.823 


5.788 


6.752 


7.717 


8.681 


Thick. 












Width in inches 












Inch 


2H 


2% 


3 


3H 


9% 


334 


4 


I*/* 


5 


s*i 


6 


% 


1.206 


1.326 


1.447 


















%2 


1.507 


1.658 


1.809 


















%6 


1.809 


1.989 


2.170 


















% 


2.412 


2.653 


2.894 


















%e 


3.014 


3.316 


3.617 


















% 


3.617 


3.979 


4.341 


4.702 


5.064 


5.426 


5.788 


6.511 


7.235 






% 


4.823 


5.305 


5.788 


6.270 


6.752 


7.235 


7.717 


8.681 


9.646 


10.61 


11.58 


% 


6.029 


6.631 


7.235 


7.837 


8.440 


9.043 


9.646 


10.85 


12.06 


13.26 


14.47 


% 


7.235 


7.958 


8.681 


9.405 


10.13 


10.85 


11.58 


13.02 


14.47 


15.92 


17.36 


Vs 


8.440 


9.283 


10.13 10.97 


11.82 


12.66 


13.50 


15.19 


16.88 


18.57 


20.25 


1 


9.646 


10.61 


11.58 12.54 


13.50 


14.47 


15.43 


17.36 


19.29 


21.22 


23.15 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



207 



Allegheny Stainless Steel Flat Rolled Bars 



Approximate Weight 

















Pounds 


Per Lineal Foot 






























Widtf 
















Thickness 
































Inches Vt 


H 


3 4 


Vb 


1 


lg 


1*4 


lU 


%u 


l s 4 


134 


2 


254 


2% 


234 


3 


A 


JU6U 


.1381 


. 1 594 


.1859 


.212 


.2391 


.2656 


.292 


.319 


.346 


.372 


.425 


.478 


.531 


.584 


.638 


II 


.2125 


.2656 


.3188 


.3720 


.4250 


.4782 


.5312 


.585 


.638 


.692 


.744 


.850 


.96 


1.06 


1.17 


1.28 


■h 


.319 


.399 


.478 


.558 


.638 


.717 


.797 


.875 


.957 


1.04 


1.15 


1.28 


1.44 


1.59 


1.75 


1.91 


% 


.425 


.531 


.636 


.743 


.850 


.937 


1.06 


1.17 


1.28 


1.38 


1.49 


1.70 


1.92 


2.12 


2.34 


2.55 


A 


.531 


.664 


.797 


.929 


1.06 


1.20 


1.33 


1.46 


1.59 


1.73 


1.86 


2.12 


2.39 


2.65 


2.92 


3.19 


H 


.638 


.797 


.957 


1.116 


1.28 


1.43 


1.59 


1.76 


1.92 


2.08 


2.23 


2.55 


2.87 


3.19 


3.51 


3.83 


A 


.744 


.929 


I.I 16 


1.302 


1.49 


1.68 


1.86 


2 05 


2.23 


2.42 


2.60 


2.98 


3.35 


372 


4.09 


4.46 


Vz 


.850 


1.06 


1.275 


1.487 


1.70 


1.92 


2. 12 


2.34 


2.55 


2.72 


2.98 


3.40 


3.83 


4.25 


4.67 


5.10 


ft 


.957 


1.20 


1.434 


1.674 


1.92 


2.15 


2.39 


2.63 


2.87 


3.1 1 


3.35 


3.83 


4.30 


4.78 


5.26 


5 74 


ft 


1.06 


1.33 


1.594 


1.859 


2.12 


2.39 


2.65 


2.92 


3.19 


3.46 


3.72 


4.25 


4.78 


5,31 


5.84 


6 38 


8 


(.17 


1.46 


1.753 


2.045 


2.34 


2.63 


2.92 


3.22 


3 51 


3.80 


4.09 


4.67 


5.26 


5.84 


6.43 


7.02 


H 


1.28 


1.60 


1.913 


2.232 


2.55 


2.87 


3.19 


3.51 


3.83 


4.15 


4.47 


5.10 


5.75 


6.38 


7.02 


7 65 


8 


1.38 


1.73 


2.072 


2.417 


2.76 


3.11 


3.45 


3.80 


4.14 


4.49 


4.84 


5.53 


6.21 


6.90 


7.60 


8.29 


H 


1.49 


1.86 


2.232 


2.604 


2.98 


3.35 


3.72 


4.09 


4.47 


4.84 


5.30 


5.95 


6.69 


7.44 


8.18 


8.93 


! 8 


1.60 


1.99 


2.391 


2.789 


3.19 


3.59 


3.99 


4.39 


4.78 


5.18 


5.58 


6.38 


7.18 


7.97 


8.77 


9 57 


1.70 


2.13 


2.55 


2.98 


3.40 


3.83 


4.25 


4.68 


5.10 


5.53 


5.95 


6.80 


7.65 


8.50 


9.35 


•0.20 




3*4 


3U 


334 


4 


414 


4i/ 2 


4% 


5 


9U 


sy 2 


5?4 


6 


614 


6*4 


6% 


7 


ft 


.691 


.744 


.80 


.85 


.90 


.96 


1.01 


1.06 


I.I 16 


1.169 


1.222 


1.275 


1.328 


1.381 


1.434 


1.487 


l A 


1.38 


1.49 


1.59 


1.70 


1.81 


1.91 


2.02 


2.13 


2.232 


2.338 


2.444 


2.550 


2.656 


2.762 


2.869 


2.975 


,7 


2.07 


2.23 


2.39 


2.55 


2.71 


2.87 


3.03 


3.19 


3.35 


3.51 


3.67 


3.83 


3.99 


4.14 


4.30 


4.46 


J4 


2.76 


2.98 


3.19 


3.40 


3.61 


3.83 


4.04 


4.25 


4.46 


4.67 


4.89 


5.10 


5.31 


5.53 


5.74 


5,95 


A 


3.45 


3.72 


3.99 


4.25 


4.52 


4.78 


5.05 


5.31 


5.58 


5.84 


6.11 


6.38 


6.64 


6.90 


7.71 


7.44 


£ 


4.15 


4.47 


4.78 


5.10 


5.42 


5.74 


6.06 


6.38 


6.69 


7.02 


7.34 


7.65 


7.97 


8.79 


8.61 


R 93 


A 


4.83 


5.20 


5.58 


5.95 


6.32 


6.70 


7.07 


7.44 


7.81 


8.18 


8.56 


8.93 


9.29 


9.67 


10.04 


10.41 


'■:• 


5.53 


5.95 


6.38 


6.80 


7.22 


7.65 


8.08 


8.50 


8.93 


9.35 


9.77 


10.20 


10.63 


11.05 


11.48 


1 1.90 


i 


6.22 


6.70 


7.17 


7.65 


8.13 


8.61 


9.09 


9.57 


10.04 


10.52 


1 1 .00 


11.48 


11.95 


12.43 


12.91 


13.39 


6.91 


7.44 


7.97 


8.50 


9.03 


9.57 


10.10 


10.63 


11.16 


11.69 


12.22 


12.75 


13.28 


13.81 


14.34 


14.87 


8 


7.60 


8.18 


8.76 


9.35 


9.93 


10.52 


11.11 


1 1 .69 


12.27 


12.85 


13.44 


14.03 


14.61 


15.20 


15.78 


16.36 


% 


8.29 


8.93 


9.57 


10.20 


10.84 


11.48 


12.12 


12.75 


13.39 


14.03 


14.67 


15.30 


15.94 


16.58 


17 22 


17.85 


i 


8.98 


9.67 


10.36 


11.05 


11.74 


12.43 


13.12 


13.81 


14.50 


15.19 


15.88 


16.58 


17.27 


17.95 


18.56 


I9J4 


9.67 


10.41 


11.16 


1 1 .90 


12.65 


13.39 


14.13 


14.87 


15.62 


16.36 


17.10 


17.85 


18.60 


19.34 


20.08 


70 83 


.* 


10.36 


11.16 


11.95 


12.75 


13.55 


14.34 


15.14 


15.94 


16.74 


17.53 


18.33 


19.13 


19.92 


20.72 


21 51 


22 32 


i 


11.05 


M.90 


12.75 


13.60 


14.45 


15.30 


16.15 


17.00 


17.85 


18.70 


19.55 


20.40 


21.25 


22.10 


22.95 


23^80 




7*4 


7% 


7?4 


8 


8*4 


8*4 


8 3 4 


9 


sv* 


9*4 


934 


10 


lOH 


1014 


11 


12 


iV 


1.540 


1.594 


1 .647 


1.70 


1.753 


1.806 


1.859 


1.913 


1.965 


2.019 


2.078 


2.135 


2.178 


2.232 


2 338 


2.55 


£ 


3.081 


3.188 


3.294 


3.40 


3.506 


3.612 


3.720 


3.826 


3.931 


4.037 


4.144 


4.250 


4.356 


4.463 


4.676 


5.1 


ft 


4.62 


4.78 


4.94 


5.10 


5.26 


5.42 


5.58 


5.74 


5.90 


6 06 


6.22 


6.38 


6.54 


6.70 


7.02 


7.65 


J4 


6.16 


6.38 


6.58 


6.80 


7.01 


7.22 


7.43 


7.65 


7.86 


8.03 


8.29 


8.50 


8.7! 


8.92 


9.34 


10.20 


A 


7.70 


7.97 


8.23 


8.50 


8.76 


9.03 


9.29 


9.56 


9.83 


10.10 


10.36 


10.62 


10.89 


11.16 


1 1.68 


12.75 


H 


9.25 


9.57 


9.88 


10.20 


10.52 


10.84 


11.16 


11.48 


1 1 .80 


12.12 


12.44 


12.75 


13.07 


13.39 


14.03 


15 JO 


ft 


10.78 


11.16 


11.53 


11.90 


12.27 


12.64 


13.02 


13.40 


13.76 


14.14 


14.51 


14.88 


15.25 


15.62 


16 36 


17.85 


v* 


12.32 


12.75 


13.18 


13.60 


14.03 


14.44 


14.87 


15.30 


15.73 


16.16 


16.58 


17.00 


17.42 


17.85 


18.70 


20.40 


9 


13.86 


14.34 


14.82 


15.30 


15.78 


16.26 


16.74 


17.22 


17.69 


18.18 


18.65 


19.14 


19.61 


20.08 


2 1 .0° 


22.95 


it 


15.40 


15.94 


16.47 


17.00 


17.53 


18.06 


18.59 


19.13 


19.65 


20.19 


20.72 


21.35 


21.78 


22.32 


23.38 


25JJ0 


1 1 


16.94 


17.53 


18.12 


18.70 


19.28 


19.86 


20.45 


21.04 


71.62 


22.21 


22.79 


23.38 


23.96 


24.54 


25.70 


28.05 


H 


18.49 


19.13 


19.77 


20.40 


21.04 


21.68 


22.32 


22.96 


23.59 


24.23 


24.86 


25.50 


26.14 


26.78 


28.05 


30.60 


8 


20.03 


20.72 


21.41 


22.10 


22.79 


23.48 


24.17 


24.86 


25.55 


26.24 


26.94 


27.62 


28.32 


29.00 


30.40 


33.15 


« 


21.57 


22.32 


23.05 


23.80 


24.55 


25.30 


26.04 


26.78 


27.52 


2R.76 


29.01 


29.75 


30.50 


31.34 


32.72 


35.70 


H 


23.11 


23.91 


24.70 


25.50 


26.30 


27.10 


27.89 


28.69 


29.49 


30 28 


31.08 


31.88 


32.67 


33.48 


35.06 


38 25 


i 


24.65 


25.50 


26.35 


27.20 


23.05 


28.90 


29.75 


30.60 


31.45 


32.20 


33.15 


34.00 


34.85 


35.70 


37.40 


40.80 



Approximate Weights of Wire 

Per Lineal Foot 
Brown and Sharpe's G-augfe 



Gauge 
Nos. 
B. & S. 


Decimal 

Parts 
of Inch 


Copper 


Brass 


Phosphor 
Bronze 


18% Nickel 
Silver 


Aluminum 


Stainless 
Steel 


Steel 


G-aug-e 
Nos. 
B. & S. 


OOOO 


.4600 


.64120 


.60518 


.64051 


.6254 


.1920 


.58097 


.56603 


OOOO 


OOO 


.4096 


.50850 


.47991 


.50795 


.4960 


.1523 


.46074 


.44888 


OOO 


00 


.3648 


.40530 


.38067 


.40283 


.3933 


.1208 


.36539 


.35599 


00 





.3249 


.31980 


.30182 


.31945 


.3111 


.09581 


.28976 


.28230 





1 


.2893 


.25360 


.2411 


.25334 


.2474 


.07596 


.27979 


.22389 


1 


2 


.2576 


.20110 


.1912 


.20091 


.1962 


.06023 


.18224 


.17755 


2 


3 


.2294 


. 1 5950 


.1516 


.15932 


.1551 


.04776 


.14451 


.14080 


3 


4 


.7043 


.12650 


.11938 


.12635 


.1234 


.03788 


.11461 


.11 166 


4 


5 


.1819 


.10030 


.09466 


.10020 


.09784 


,0*>003 


.09088 


.08854 


5 


6 


.1620 


.07995 


.07563 


.07946 


.07759 


.0242 


.07208 


.07022 


6 


7 


.1443 


.06309 


.05954 


.06301 


.06153 


.01890 


.05716 


.05568 


7 


8 


.1285 


.05003 


.04756 


.04998 


.04879 


.0151 


.04533 


.04416 


8 


9 


.1144 


.03968 


.03772 


.03964 


.03870 


.01188 


.03595 


.03502 


9 


10 


.1019 


.03146 


.02991 


.03143 


.03069 


.0095 


.02850 


.02777 


10 


11 


.09074 


.02490 


.02372 


.02492 


.02434 


.0076 


.02261 


.02202 


11 


12 


.03081 


.01979 


.01881 


.01977 


.01930 


.0060 


.01793 


.0 1 746 


12 


13 


.07196 


.01569 


.01492 


.01567 


.01531 


.004705 


.01422 


.01385 


13 


14 


.06408 


.01244 


.01193 


.01244 


.01214 


.0038 


.01128 


.01098 


14 


15 


.05707 


.009869 


.009383 


.009860 


.009626 


.00^959 


.00894 


.008712 


15 


16 


.05032 


.007827 


.007441 


.00782 


.007633 


.0023 


.00709 


.006909 


16 


17 


.04526 


.006209 


.005901 


.00619 


.006053 


.001862 


.005622 


.005478 


17 


18 


.04030 


.004922 


.004679 


.00492 


.004801 


.0014 


.004459 


.004344 


18 


19 


.03589 


.003904 


.003711 


.00389 


.003807 


.001170 


.003536 


.003445 


19 


20 


.03196 


.003096 


.002943 


.00309 


.003019 


.0009 


.002806 


.002734 


20 


21 


.02846 


.002455 


.002334 


.00245 


.002394 


.0007372 


.002224 


.002 1 67 


21 


22 


.02535 


.001947 


.00185! 


.00194 


.001899 


,0006 


.001764 


.001719 


22 


23 


.02257 


.001544 


.001468 


.001542 


.001506 


.0004636 


.001399 


.001363 


23 


24 


.02010 


.001224 


.001164 


.00122 


.001194 


.0003667 


.001109 


.001081 


24 


25 


.0 1 790 


.0009699 


.0009231 


.0009699 


.0009470 


.0002908 


.0008797 


.0008571 


25 


26 


.01594 


.0007695 


,0007321 


.00077 


.0007510 


.0002295 


.0006977 


.0006797 


26 


27 


.01420 


.0006099 


.0005805 


.0006099 


.0005956 


.0001830 


.0005532 


.0005391 


27 


28 


.01264 


.0004850 


.0004604 


.00048 


.0004723 


.0001441 


.0004387 


.0004275 


28 


29 


.01126 


.0003835 


.0003651 


.0003835 


,0003746 


.0001159 


.0003478 


.0003389 


29 


30 


.01003 


.0003046 


.0002896 


.0003046 


.0002970 


.00009076 


.0002759 


.0002688 


30 


31 


.00893 


.0002415 


.0002297 


.0002413 


.0002356 


.00007238 


.0002 1 89 


.0002132 


31 


32 


.007950 


.0001915 


.0001821 


.0001915 


.0001868 


.00005736 


.0001735 


.000(691 


32 


33 


.007080 


.0001519 


.0001434 


.0001517 


.0001481 


.00004549 


.0001375 


.0001341 


33 


34 


.00630 


.0001205 


.0001137 


.0001205 


.0001175 


.00003602 


.0001092 


.0001063 


34 


35 


.005614 


.0000956 


.0000915 


.0000956 


.00009317 


,00002856 


.00008671 


.00008445 


35 


36 


.005000 


.0000757 


.0000715 


.0000757 


.00007389 


.00002269 


.00006866 


.00006687 


36 


37 


.004453 


.00006003 


.00005671 


.00006003 


.00005860 


.00001797 


.00005445 


.00005304 


37 


38 


.003965 


.00004758 


.00004496 


.00004758 


.00004647 


.00001423 


.00004315 


.00004305 


38 


39 


.003531 


.00003755 


.00003566 


.00003755 


.00003685 


.00001131 


.00003406 


.00003236 


39 


40 


.003 1 44 


.00002992 


.00002827 


.00002992 


.00002922 


.00000895 


.00002714 


.00002644 


40 



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208 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Round Brass Rods 

Pounds Per Thousand Pieces 



Length 










Diameter Inches 














Inches 


1/16 


3/32 


1/8 


5/32 


3/16 


7/32 


1/4 


9/32 


5/16 


11/32 


3/8 


13/32 


lie 


.05887 


.1324 


.2355 


.3679 


.5298 


.7211 


.9419 


1.192 


1.472 


1.781 


2.119 


2.487 


% 


.1177 


.2649 


.4709 


.7358 


1.060 


1.442 


1.884 


2.384 


2.943 


3.561 


4.238 


4.974 


%c 


.1766 


.3974 


.7064 


1.104 


1.589 


2.163 


2.826 


3.576 


4.415 


5.342 


6.358 


7.461 


% 


.2355 


.5298 


.9419 


1.472 


2.119 


2.884 


3.767 


4.768 


5.887 


7.123 


8.477 


9.948 


5 /l6 


.2943 


.6622 


1.177 


1.840 


2.649 


3.606 


4.709 


5.960 


7.358 


8.904 


10.60 


12.44 


% 


.3532 


.7947 


1.413 


2.207 


3.179 


4.327 


5.651 


7.152 


8.830 


10.68 


12.72 


14.92 


7 /l6 


.4121 


.9271 


1.648 


2.575 


3.709 


5.048 


6.593 


8.344 


10.30 


12.46 


14.83 


17.41 


% 


.4709 


1.060 


1.884 


2.943 


4.238 


5.769 


7.535 


9.536 


11.77 


14.25 


16.95 


19.90 


%6 


.5298 


1.192 


2.119 


3.311 


4.768 


6.490 


8.477 


10.73 


13.24 


16.03 


19.07 


22,38 


% 


.5887 


1.324 


2.355 


3.679 


5.298 


7.211 


9.419 


11.92 


14.72 


17.81 


21.19 


24.87 




.6475 


1.457 


2.590 


4.047 


5.828 


7.932 


10.36 


13.11 


16.19 


19.59 


23.31 


27.36 


.7064 


1.589 


2.826 


4.415 


6.358 


8.653 


11.30 


14.30 


17.66 


21.37 


25.43 


29.85 


1: )io 


.7653 


1.722 


3.061 


4.783 


6.887 


9.375 


12.24 


15.50 


19.13 


23.15 


27.55 


32.33 


7 /s 


.8241 


1.854 


3.297 


5.151 


7.417 


10.10 


13.19 


16.69 


20.60 


24.93 


29.67 


34.82 


1r /lG 


.8830 


1.987 


3.532 


5.519 


7.947 


10.82 


14.13 


17.88 


22.07 


26.71 


31.79 


37.31 


1 


.9419 


2.119 


3.767 


5.887 


8.477 


11.54 


15.07 


19.07 


23.55 


28.49 


33.91 


39.79 


1 Mg 


1.001 


2.252 


4.003 


6.255 


9.007 


12.26 


16.01 


20.26 


25.02 


30.27 


36.03 


42.28 


1 16 


1.060 


2.384 


4.238 


6.623 


9.536 


12.98 


16.95 


21.46 


26.49 


32.05 


38.15 


44.77 


1 %e 


1.118 


2.517 


4.474 


6.990 


10.07 


13.70 


17.90 


22.65 


27.96 


33.83 


40.26 


47.25 


1 It 


1.177 


2.649 


4.709 


7.358 


10.60 


14.42 


18.84 


23.84 


29.43 


35.61 


42.38 


49.74 


1 fa 


1.236 


2.781 


4.945 


7.726 


11.13 


15.14 


19.78 


25.03 


30.91 


37.40 


44.50 


52.23 


1 % 


1.295 


2.914 


5.180 


8.094 


11.66 


15.86 


20.72 


26.23 


32.38 


39.18 


46.62 


54.72 


1 7 /lG 


1.354 


3.046 


5.416 


8.462 


12.19 


16.59 


21.66 


27.42 


33.85 


40.96 


48.74 


57.20 


i y 2 


1.413 


3.179 


5.651 


8.830 


12.72 


17.31 


22.60 


28.61 


35.32 


42.74 


50.86 


59.69 


1 %G 


1.472 


3.311 


5.887 


9.198 


13.24 


18.03 


23.55 


29.80 


36.79 


44.52 


52.98 


62.18 


1 % 


1.531 


3.444 


6.122 


9.566 


13.77 


18.75 


24.49 


30.99 


38.26 


46.30 


55.10 


64.66 


l'V'l.I 


1.589 


3.576 


6.358 


9.934 


14.30 


19.47 


25.43 


32.19 


39.74 


48.08 


57.22 


67.15 


1 % 


1.648 


3.709 


6.593 


10.30 


14.83 


20.19 


26.37 


33.38 


41.21 


49.86 


59.34 


69.64 


l^e 


1.707 


3.841 


6.828 


10.67 


15.36 


20.91 


27.31 


34.57 


42.68 


51.64 


61.46 


72.13 


1 % 


1.766 


3.974 


7.064 


11.04 


15.89 


21.63 


28.26 


35.76 


44.15 


53.42 


63.58 


74.61 


1!%6 


1.825 


4.106 


7.299 


11.41 


16.42 


22.35 


29.20 


36.95 


45.62 


55.20 


65.70 


77.10 


2 


1.884 


4.238 


7.535 


11.77 


16.95 


23.08 


30.14 


38.15 


47.09 


56.98 


67.81 


79.59 


Length 










Diameter Inches 














Inches 


7/16 


15/32 


1/2 


17/32 


9/16 


19/32 


5/8 


21/32 


11/16 


23/32 


3/4 


25/32 


] /lG 


2.884 


3.311 


3.767 


4.253 


4.768 


5.313 


5.887 


6.490 


7.123 


7.785 


8.477 


9.198 


% 


5.769 


6.622 


7.535 


8.506 


9.536 


10.63 


11.77 


12.98 


14.25 


15.57 


16.95 


18.40 


3 /l6 


8.653 


9.934 


11.30 


12.76 


14.30 


15.94 


17.66 


19.47 


21.37 


23.36 


25.43 


27.59 


% 


11.54 


13.24 


15.07 


17.01 


19.07 


21.25 


23.55 


25.96 


28.49 


31.14 


33.91 


36.79 


5 /lG 


14.42 


16.56 


18.84 


21.27 


23.84 


26.56 


29.43 


32.45 


35.61 


38.93 


42.38 


45.99 


% 


17.31 


19.87 


22.60 


25.52 


28.61 


31.88 


35.32 


38.94 


42.74 


46.71 


50.86 


55.19 


7 /l6 


20.19 


23.18 


26.37 


29.77 


33.38 


37.19 


41.21 


45.43 


49.86 


54.50 ■ 


59.34 


64.39 


% 


23.08 


26.49 


30.14 


34.03 


38.15 


42.50 


47.09 


51.92 


56.98 


62.28 


67.81 


73.58 


%6 


25.96 


29.80 


33.91 


38.28 


42.91 


47.81 


52.98 


58.41 


64.11 


70.07 


76.29 


82.78 


% 


28.84 


33.11 


37.67 


42.53 


47.68 


53.13 


58.87 


64.90 


71.23 


77.85 


84.77 


91.98 


Hii; 


31.73 


36.42 


41.44 


46.78 


52.45 


58.44 


64.75 


71.39 


78.35 


85.64 


93.24 


101.2 


% 


34.61 


39.74 


45.21 


51.04 


57.22 


63.75 


70.64 


77.88 


85.47 


93.42 


101.7 


110.4 


K ^G 


37.50 


43.05 


48.98 


55.29 


61.99 


69.06 


76.53 


84.37 


92.60 


101.2 


110.2 


119.6 


7 /8 


40.38 


46.36 


52.74 


59.54 


66.75 


74.38 


82.41 


90.86 


99.72 


109.0 


118.7 


128.8 


15 /l6 


43.27 


49.67 


56.51 


63.80 


71.52 


79.69 


88.30 


97.35 


106.8 


116.8 


127.2 


138.0 


1 


46.15 


52.98 


60.28 


68.05 


76.29 


85.00 


94.19 


103.8 


114.0 


124.6 


135.6 


147.2 


1 VlG 


49.04 


56.29 


64.05 


72.30 


81.06 


90.32 


100.1 


110.3 


121.1 


132.3 


144.1 


156.4 


1 Vh 


51.92 


59.60 


67.81 


76.56 


85.83 


95.63 


106.0 


116.8 


128.2 


140.1 


152.6 


165.6 


1 3 /iG 


54.80 


62.91 


71.58 


80.81 


90.60 


100.9 


111.8 


123.3 


135.3 


147.9 


161.1 


174,8 


1 % 


57.69 


66.22 


75.35 


85.06 


95.36 


106.3 


117.7 


129.8 


142.5 


155.7 


169.5 


184.0 


1 %0 


60.57 


69.54 


79.12 


89.32 


100.1 


111.6 


123.6 


136.3 


149.6 


163.5 


178.0 


193.2 


1 % 


63.46 


72.85 


82.88 


93.57 


104.9 


116.9 


129.5 


142.8 


156.7 


171.3 


186.5 


202.4 


1 %e 


66.34 


76.16 


86.65 


97.82 


109.7 


122.2 


135.4 


149.3 


163.8 


179.1 


195.0 


211.6 


1 % 


69.23 


79.47 


90.42 


102.1 


114.4 


127.5 


141.3 


155.8 


170.9 


186.8 


203.4 


220.7 


1 %6 


72.11 


82.78 


94.19 


106.3 


119.2 


132.8 


147.2 


162.3 


178.1 


194.6 


211.9 


229.9 


1 % 


75.00 


86.09 


97.95 


110.6 


124.0 


138.1 


153.1 


168.7 


185.2 


202.4 


220.4 


239.1 


l n /ir> 


77.88 


89.40 


101.7 


114.8 


128.7 


143.4 


158.9 


175.2 


195.3 


210.2 


228.9 


248.3 


1 % 


80.76 


92.71 


105.5 


119.1 


133.5 


148.8 


164.8 


181.7 


199.4 


218.0 


237.3 


257.5 


l 13 /ir» 


83.65 


96.03 


109.3 


123.3 


138.3 


154.1 


170.7 


188.2 


206.6 


225.8 


245.8 


266.7 


1 % 


86.53 


99.34 


113.0 


127.6 


143.0 


159.4 


176.6 


194.7 


213.7 


233.6 


254.3 


275.9 


l^y.G 


89.42 


102.6 


116.8 


131.8 


147.8 


164.7 


182.5 


201.2 


220.8 


241.3 


262.8 


285.1 


2 


92.30 


106.0 


120.6 


136.1 


152.6 


170.0 


188.4 


207.7 


227.9 


249.1 


271.3 


294.3 








Variations from these weight 


s must be expected in practice. 











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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



209 



Round Brass Rods 

Pounds Per Thousand Pieces 



Length 










Diameter, Inches 














Inches 


13/16 


27/32 


7/8 


29/32 


15/16 


31/32 


1 


1A 


IVs 


ifc 


1ft 


1& 


Via 


9.948 


10.73 


11.54 


12.38 


13.24 


14.14 


15.07 


17.01 


19.07 


21.25 23.55 


25.96 


Vk 


19.90 


21.46 


23.08 


24.75 


26.49 


28.29 


30.14 


34.03 


38.15 


42.50 47.0S 


51.92 


%» 


29.85 


32.19 


34.61 


37.13 


39.74 


42.43 


45.21 


51.04 


57.22 


63.75 70.64 


77.88 


% 


39.79 


42.91 


46.15 


49.51 


52.98 


56.57 


60.28 


68.05 


76.29 


85.00 94.1S 


103.8 


%« 


49.74 


53.64 


57.69 


61.88 


66.22 


70.71 


75.35 


85.06 


95.36 


106.3 


117.7 


129.8 


% 


59.69 


64.37 


69.23 


74.26 


79.47 


84.86 


90.42 


102.1 


114.4 


127.5 


141.3 


155.8 


7 /l6 


69.64 


75.10 


80.76 


86.64 


92.71 


99.00 


105.5 


119.1 


133.5 


148.8 


164.8 


181.7 


Vi 


79.59 


85.83 


92.30 


99.01 


106.0 


113.1 


120.6 


136.1 


152.6 


170.0 


188.4 


207.7 


•\, 


89.54 


96.56 


103.8 


111.4 


119.2 


127.3 


135.6 


153.1 


171.7 


191.3 


211.9 


233.6 


% 


99.48 


107.3 


115.4 


123.8 


132.4 


141.4 


150.7 


170.1 


190.7 


212.5 


235.5 


259.6 


n /l6 


109.4 


118.0 


126.9 


136.1 


145.7 


155.6 


165.8 


187.1 


209.8 


233.8 


259.0 


285.6 


% 


119.4 


128.7 


138.5 


148.5 


158.9 


169.7 


180.8 


204.1 


228.9 


255.0 


282.6 


311.5 


'%« 


129.3 


139.5 


150.0 


160.9 


172.2 


183.9 


195.9 


221.2 


247.9 


276.3 


306.1 


337.5 


% 


139.3 


150.2 


161.5 


173.3 


185.4 


198.0 


211.0 


238.2 


267.0 


297.5 


329.7 


363.4 


l %6 


149.2 


160.9 


173.1 


185.7 


198.7 


212.1 


226.0 


255.2 


286.1 


318.8 


353.2 


389.4 


1 


159.2 


171.7 


184.6 


198.0 


211.9 


226.3 


241.1 


272.2 


305.2 


340.0 


376.7 


415.4 


1 »/l6 


169.1 


182.4 


196.1 


210.4 


225.2 


240.4 


256.2 


289.2 


324.2 


361.3 


400.3 


441.3 


1 <k 


179.1 


193.1 


207.7 


222.8 


238.4 


254.6 


271.3 


306.2 


343.3 


382.5 


423.8 


467.3 


1 ■■%; 


189.0 


203.8 


219.2 


235.2 


251.7 


268.7 


286.3 


323.2 


362.4 


403.8 


447.4 


493.2 


1 'i 


199.0 


214.6 


230.8 


247.5 


264.9 


282.9 


301.4 


340.3 


381.5 


425.0 


470.9 


519.2 


1 V, 


208.9 


225.3 


242.3 


259.9 


278.1 


297.0 


316.5 


357.3 


400.5 


446.3 


494.5 


545.2 


1 % 


218.9 


236.0 


253.8 


272.3 


291.4 


311.1 


331.5 


374.3 


419.6 


467.5 


518.0 


571.1 


1 %6 


228.8 


246.8 


265.4 


284.7 


304.6 


325.3 


346.6 


391.3 


438.7 


488.8 


541.6 


597.1 


1 \<z 


238.8 


257.5 


276.9 


297.0 


317.9 


339.4 


361.7 


408.3 


457.7 


510.0 


565.1 


623.0 


1%6 


248.7 


268.2 


288.4 


309.4 


331.1 


353.6 


376.7 


425.3 


476.8 


531.3 


588.7 


649.0 


1 % 


258.7 


278.9 


300.0 


321.8 


344.4 


367.7 


391.8 


442.3 


495.9 


552.5 


612.2 


675.0 


1"/,,; 


268.6 


289.7 


311.5 


334.2 


357.6 


381.9 


406.9 


459.3 


515.0 


573.8 


635.8 


700.9 


1% 


278.6 


300.4 


323.1 


346.5 


370.9 


396.0 


422.0 


476.4 


534.0 


595,0 


659.3 


726.9 


l l: «6 


288.5 


311.1 


334.6 


358.9 


384.1 


410.1 


437.0 


493.4 


553.1 


616.3 


682.8 


752.8 


1 % 


298.5 


321.9 


346.1 


371.3 


397.4 


424.3 


452.1 


510.4 . 


572.2 


637.5 


706.4 


778.8 


l T5 i« 


308.4 


332.6 


357.7 


383.7 


410.6 


438.4 


467.2 ' - 


527.4 


591.3 


658.8 


729.9 


804.8 


2 


318.3 


343.3 


369.2 


396.1 


423.8 


452.6 


482.2 


544.4 


610.3 


680.0 


753.5 


830.7 


length 










Diameter, Inches 














Inches 


1% 


1& 


1ft 


1A 


1% 


l|-6 


1% 


1H 


1ft 


ltf 


2 


%6 


28.49 


31.14 


33.91 


36.79 


39.79 


42.91 


46.15 


49.51 52.98 


56.57 


60.28 


's 


56.98 


62.28 


67.81 


73.58 


79.59 


85.83 


92.30 


99.01 106.0 


113.1 


120.6 


:! ..; 


85.47 


93.42 


101.7 


110.4 


119.4 


128.7 


138.5 


148.5 


158.9 


169.7 


180.8 


K 


114.0 


124.6 


135.6 


147.2 


159.2 


171.7 


184.6 


198.0 


211.9 


226.3 


241.1 


Kfl 


142.5 


155.7 


169.5 


184.0 


199.0 


214.6 


230.8 


247.5 


264.9 


282.9 


301.4 


% 


170.9 


186.8 


203.4 


220.7 


238.8 


257.5 


276.9 


297.0 


317.9 


339.4 


361.7 


%i 


199.4 


218.0 


237.4 


257.5 


278.6 


300.4 


323.1 


346.5 


370.9 


396.0 


422.0 


Vi 


227.9 


249.1 


271.3 


294.3 


318.4 


343.3 


369.2 


396.1 


423.8 


452.6 


482.2 


%e 


256.4 


280.3 


305.2 


331.1 


358.1 


386.2 


415.4 


445.6 


476.8 


509.1 


542.5 


% 


284.9 


311.4 


339.1 


367.9 


397.9 


429.1 


461.5 


495.1 


529.8 


565.7 


602.8 


4ie 


313.4 


342.5 


373.0 


404.7 


437.7 


472.1 


507.7 


544.6 


582.8 


622,3 


663.1 


K 


341.9 


373.7 


406.9 


441.5 


477.5 


515.0 


553.8 


594.1 


635.8 


678.8 


723.4 


W 16 


370.4 


404.8 


440.8 


478.3 


517.3 


557.9 


600.0 


643.6 


688.7 


735.4 


783.6 


% 


398.9 


436.0 


474.7 


515.1 


557.1 


600.8 


646.1 


693.1 


741.7 


792.0 


843.9 


% 


427.4 


467.1 


508.6 


551.9 


596.9 


643.7 


692.3 


742.6 


794.7 


848.6 


904.2 


l 


455.9 


498.2 


542.5 


588.7 


636.7 


686.6 


738.4 


792.1 


847.7 


905.1 


964.5 


1 Vifi 


484.4 


529.4 


576.4 


625.5 


676.5 


729.5 


784.6 


841.6 


900.7 


961.7 


1025. 


1 Vs 


512.8 


560.5 


610.3 


662.3 


716.3 


772.4 


830.7 


891.1 


953.6 


1018. 


1085. 


1 %6 


541.3 


591.7 


644.2 


699.0 


756.1 


815.4 


876.9 


940.6 


1007. 




1075. 


1145. 


1 % 


569.8 


622.8 


678.1 


735.8 


795.9 


858.3 


923.0 


990.1 


1060. 




1131, 


1206. 


i 94e 


598.3 


653.9 


712.0 


772.6 


835.7 


901.2 


969.2 


1040. 


1113. 




1188. 


1266. 


l t* 


626.8 


685.1 


746.0 


809.4 


875.5 


944.1 


1015. 


1089. 


1166. 




1245. 


1326. 


1 %e 


655.3 


716.2 


779.9 


846.2 


915.3 


987.0 


1061. 


1139. 


1219. 




1301. 


1386. 


1 V> 


683.8 


747.4 


813.8 


883.0 


955.1 


1030. 


1108. 


1188. 


1272. 




1358. 


1447. 


1 %6 


712.3 


778.5 


847.7 


919.8 


994.8 


1073. 


1154. 


1238. 


1324. 




1414. 


1507. 


1 % 


740.8 


809.6 


881.6 


956.6 


1035. 


1116. 


1200. 


1287. 


1377. 




1471. 


1567. 


IHie 


769.3 


840.8 


915.5 


993.4 


1074. 


1159. 


1246. 


1337. 


1430. 




1527. 


1628. 


1 % 


797.8 


871.9 


949.4 


1030. 


1114. 


1202. 


1292. 


1386. 


1483. 




1584. 


1688. 


l ,: V, 


826.3 


903.1 


983.3 


1067. 


1154. 


1245. 


1338. 


1436. 


1536. 




1641. 


1748. 


l % 


854.7 


934.2 


1017. 


1104. 


1194. 


1287. 


1385. 


1485. 


1589. 




1697. 


1808. 


I 1 "',,; 


883.2 


965.4 


1051. 


1141. 


1234. 


1330. 


1431. 


1535. 


1642. 




1754. 


1869. 


2 


911.7 


996.5 


1085. 


1177. 


1273. 


1373. 


1477. 


1584. 


1695. 




1810. 


1929. 



Variations from these weights must be expected in practice. 



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Sheet Brass, Tobin Bronze and Nickel Silver 

Weights per Square Foot 



Brown & Sharpe's Gauge 



Thickness in Inches 



Thickness 


Founds per 


Square Foot 


G-augfe 


Decimal 


Brass 


Nickel 


No. 


Equivalent 




Silver (18%) 


4/0 


.4600 


20.27 


20.95 


3/0 


.4096 


18.05 


18.65 


2/0 


.3648 


16.07 


16.61 





.3249 


14.31 


14.79 


1 


.2893 


12.75 


13.17 


2 


.2576 


11.35 


11.73 


3 


.2294 


10.11 


10.45 


4 


.2043 


9.003 


9.303 


5 


,1819 


8.017 


8.284 


6 


.1620 


7.139 


7.377 


7 


.1443 


6.358 


6.570 


8 


.1285 


5.662 


5.851 


9 


.1144 


5.042 


5.210 


10 


.1019 


4.490 


4.640 


11 


.0907 


3.998 


4.132 


12 


.0808 


3.561 


3.679 


13 


.0720 


3.171 


3.277 


14 


.0641 


2.824 


2.918 


15 


.0571 


2.515 


2.598 


16 


.0508 


2.239 


2.314 


17 


.0453 


1.994 


2.061 


18 


.0403 


1.776 


1.835 


19 


.0359 


1.582 


1.634 


20 


.0320 


1.408 


1.455 


21 


.0285 


1.254 


1.296 


22 


.0254 


1.117 


1.154 


23 


.0226 


.9946 


1.028 


24 


.0201 


.8857 


.9153 


25 


.0179 


.7887 


.8150 


26 


.0159 


.7024 


.7258 


27 


.0142 


.6255 


.6464 


28 


.0126 ' 


.5570 


.5756 


29 


.0113 


.4961 


.5126 


30 


.0100 


.4417 


.4565 


31 


.0089 


.3934 


.4065 


32 


.0080 


.3503 


.3620 


33 


.0071 


.3120 


.3224 


34 


.0063 


.2778 


.2871 


35 


.0056 


.2474 


.2557 


36 


.0050 


.2203 


.2277 


37 


.0045 


.1962 


.2027 


38 


.0040 


.1747 


.1805 


39 


.0035 


.1556 


.1608 


40 


.0031 


.1386 


.1432 



Thickness 


Founds 


per Squar 


e Foot 




Decimal 


Brass 


Tohin 


Nickel 


Inches 


Equivalent 




Bronze Silver (18°/ 


Vio 


.0625 


2.754 


2.733 


2.846 


% 


.125 


5.508 


5.465 


5.692 


%6 


.1875 


8.262 


8.198 


8.537 


% 


.250 


11.02 


10.93 


11.38 


5 /l6 


.3125 


13.77 


13.66 


14.23 


% 


.375 


16.52 


16.40 


17.07 


%6 


.4375 


19.28 


19.13 


19.92 


y 2 


.500 


22.03 


21.86 


22.77 


%6 


.5625 


24.79 


24.59 


25.61 


% 


.625 


27.54 


27.33 


28.46 


Hie 


.6875 


30.29 


30.06 


31.30 


% 


.750 


33.05 


32.79 


34.15 


13 /ie 


.8125 


35.80 


35.52 


37.00 


% 


.875 


38.56 


38.26 


39.84 


"&« 


.9375 


41.31 


40.99 


42.69 


1 


1.000 


44.06 


43.72 


45.53 


1 He 


1.0625 


46.82 


46.45 


48.38 


1 % 


1.125 


49.57 


49.19 


51.22 


l %e 


1.1875 


52.33 


51.92 


54.07 


l M 


1.250 


55.08 


54.65 


56.92 


1 r /lG 


1.3125 


57.83 


57.38 


59.76 


1% 


1.375 


60.59 


60.12 


62.61 


1 %6 


1.4375 


63.34 


62.85 


65.45 


1 % 


1.500 


66.10 


65.58 


68.30 


1 %6 


1.5625 


68.85 


68.31 


71.15 


1% 


1.625 


71.60 


71.05 


73.99 


U%6 


1.6875 


74.36 


73.78 


76.84 


1 % 


1.750 


77.11 


76.51 


79.68 


l 13 /l6 


1.8125 


79.87 


79.24 


82.53 


1 % 


1.875 


82.62 


81.98 


85.37 


l 15 ,4e 


1.9375 


85.37 


84.71 


88.22 


2 


2.000 


88.13 


87.44 


91.07 



18 PER CENT NICKEL SILVER SHEETS 

By Brown & Sharpe's Gauge 
Rolled to weight 



Wt. Ozs. 


Thick. 


Nearest 


Sq. Ft. 


Dec. in. 


G-aug-e 


24 


.03294+ 


20 + 


20 


.0281 + 


21— 


18 


.0252 + 


22— 


16 


.0224 + 


24+ 


14 


.0196 + 


25 + 


12 


.01647 + 


26+ 


10 


.01372 + 


28 + 



BRASS 

Specific Gravity— 8.469 

Weight per cubic inch — .306 pound 

Weight per cubic foot — 528.7 pound 



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To determine the weight of Sheet Nickel Silver other than 18%, 
multiply above weights for Nickel Silver as follows: 

For 10% by .9912 



For 15% by .9862 



For 30% by .9985 



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Thickness in Inches 



Sheet Metals 

Muntz Metal, Naval Brass, Tobin Bronze, Manganese Bronze 

Weights per Square Foot 
Brown & Sharpe's Gauge 



Thickness 

Inches Decimal 

Equivalents 


Founds per 

Square Foot 

Muntz Metal 

Naval Brass 

Tobin Bronze 

Manganese 

Bronze 


%2 


.03125 


1.367 


Me 


.0625 


2.733 


Vs 


.125 


5.465 


%0 


.1875 


8.198 


% 


.250 


10.93 


%« 


.3125 


13.66 


% 


.375 


16.40 


%e 


.4375 


19.13 


% 


.500 


21.86 


v*io 


.5625 


24.59 


% 


.625 


27.33 


*%6 


.6875 


30.06 


% 


.750 


32.79 


^e 


.8125 


35.52 


% 


.875 


38.26 


3 %o 


.9375 


40.99 


1 


1.0000 


43.72 


1 Mo 


1.0625 


46.45 


1 % 


1.125 


49.19 


1 %0 


1.1875 


51.92 


1 % 


1.250 


54.65 


1 5 /ic 


1.3125 


57.38 


1 % 


1.375 


60.12 


1 7 /lG 


1.4375 


62.85 


1 % 


1.500 


65.58 


i fa 


1.5625 


68.31 


l % 


1.625 


71.05 


l n /l6 


1.6875 


73.78 


1 % 


1.750 


76.51 


l*fa 


1.8125 


79.24 


1 % 


1.875 


81.98 


l*fa 


1.9375 


84.71 



2.0000 



87.44 







Founds per 


Thickness 


Square Foot 






Muntz Metal 


Gauge 


Decimal 


Naval Brass 


No. 


Equivalents 


Tobin Bronze 
Manganese 
Bronze 


4/0 


.460 


20.24 


3/0 


.409 


18.00 


2/0 


.364 


16.02 





.324 


14.26 


1 


.289 


12.72 


2 


.257 


11.31 


3 


.229 


10.08 


4 


.204 


8.98 


5 


.182 


8.01 


6 


.162 


7.13 


7 


.144 


6.34 


8 


.128 


5.63 


9 


.114 


5.04 


10 


.102 


4.49 


11 


.090 


3.96 


12 


.081 


3.56 


13 


.072 


3.17 


14 


.064 


2.82 


15 


.057 


2.51 


16 


.051 


2.24 


17 


.045 


1.98 


18 


.040 


1.76 


19 


.036 


1.58 


20 


.032 


1.41 


21 


.028 


1.23 


22 


.025 


1.10 


23 


.0225 


.99 


24 


.020 


.88 


25 


.018 


.79 


26 


.016 


.70 


27 


.014 


.62 


28 


.0126 


.55 


29 


.011 


.47 


30 


.010 


.44 


31 


.0089 


.39 


32 


.0079 


.35 



Approximate Weights of 
PHOSPHOR BRONZE SHEETS 







By Brown & Sharpe's Gauge 




No. 


Thickness 


Weight 


No. 


Thickness 


Weight 


of 


Decimal 


Founds 


of 


Decimal 


Founds 


Gauge 


Inch 


Sq. Ft. 


Gauge 


Inch 


Sq. Ft. 


0000 


.46000 


20.838 


19 


.035890 


1.6258 


000 


.40964 


18.557 


20 


.031961 


1.4478 


00 


.36480 


16.525 


21 


.028462 


1.2893 





.32486 


14.716 


22 


.025347 


1.1482 


1 


.28930 


13.105 


23 


.022571 


1.0225 


2 


.25763 


11.671 


24 


.020100 


.91053 


3 


.22942 


10.393 


25 


.017900 


.81087 


4 


.20431 


9.2552 


26 


.01594 


.72208 


5 


.18194 


8.2419 


27 


.014195 


.64303 


6 


.16202 


7.3395 


28 


.012641 


.57264 


7 


.14428 


6.5359 


29 


.011257 


.50994 


8 


.12849 


5.8206 


30 


.010025 


.45413 


q 


.11443 


5.1837 


31 


.008928 


.40444 


10 


.10189 


4.6156 


32 


.007950 


.36014 


11 


.090742 


4.1196 


33 


.007080 


.32072 


12 


.080808 


3.6606 


34 


.006304 


.28557 


13 


.071961 


3.2598 


35 


.005614 


.25431 


14 


.064084 


2.9030 


36 


.005000 


.2265 


IS 


.057068 


2.5852 


37 


.004453 


.20172 


16 


.050820 


2.3021 


38 


.003965 


.18961 


17 


.045257 


2.0501 


39 


.003531 


.15995 


18 


.040303 


1,8257 


40 


.003144 


.14242 



Stubs' Gauge 

Founds per 
Thickness Square Foot 
Muntz Metal 
Gauge Decimal Naval Brass 
No, Equivalents Tobin Bronze 
Manganese 
Bronze 
4/0 .454 


3/0 


.425 


18.70 


2/0 


.380 


16.75 





.340 


14.96 


1 


.300 


13.20 


2 


.284 


12.50 


3 


.259 


11.40 


4 


.238 


10.54 


5 


.220 


9.70 


6 


.203 


8.90 


7 


.180 


7.92 


8 


.165 


7.26 


9 


.148 


6.51 


10 


.134 


5.90 


11 


.120 


5.28 


12 


.109 


4.80 


13 


.095 


4.18 


14 


.083 


3.65 


15 


.072 


3.16 


16 


.065 


2.86 


17 


.058 


2.55 


18 


.049 


2.16 


19 


.042 


1.85 


20 


.035 


1.54 


21 


.032 


1.41 


22 


.028 


1.23 


23 


.025 


1.10 


24 


.022 


.97 


25 


.020 


.88 


26 


.018 


.79 


27 


.016 


.70 


28 


.014 


.615 


29 


.013 


.57 


30 


.012 


.53 


31 


.010 


.44 


32 


.009 


.39 


33 


.008 


.35 


34 


.007 


.31 


35 


.005 


.22 



Approximate Weight of 
SHEET ALUMINUM 

By Brown & Sharpe's Gauge 

Gauge Dec. Wt. Lbs. Gauge Deo. Wt. Lbs. 

No. Inch Sq. Ft. No. Inch Sq. Ft. 

4/0 .4600 6.394 20 .032 450 

3/0 .4096 5.694 21 .02846 .396 

2/0 -3648 5.070 22 .0253 .357 

.3249 4.516 23 .02257 .314 

1 .2893 4.021 24 .0201 283 

2 .2576 3.581 25 .01790 249 

3 .2294 3.189 26 .0159 .225 

4 .2043 2.840 27 .01420 .197 

5 .1819 2.529 28 .0128 178 

6 .1620 2.252 29 .01126 .156 

7 .1443 2.006 30 .0100 147 

8 .1285 1.786 31 .008928 .124 

9 -H44 1.591 32 .008 .113 
J? -1019 1-44 33 .007080 .098 

11 -09074 1.261 34 .006304 .088 

12 -0808 1.14 35 .005614 .078 
*3 -07196 1.000 36 .005000 .069 

14 -0641 .903 37 .004453 .062 

15 -05707 .793 38 .003965 .055 

16 -0508 .716 39 .003531 .049 

17 .04526 .629 40 .003144 .044 

18 -0403 .568 1 inch thick, 13.9 

19 -03589 .499 Weioht per cubic inch .0965 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS OF 

Sheet and Strip Brass 



Brown and Sharpe's Gauge 



Pounds per Lineal Foot 



G-auffe 


Decimal 








Width in Inches 












No. 


inch 


& 


*i 


iff 


% 


& 


Vz 


iff 


5 /8 


|| 


3 /4 


6 


.16202 




.14872 


.18590 


.22308 


.26026 


.29744 


.33462 


.37180 


.40898 


.44616 


7 


.14428 




.13244 


.16555 


.19866 


.23177 


,26487 


.29798 


.33109 


.36420 


.39731 


8 


.12849 




.11794 


.14743 


.17692 


.20640 


.23589 


.26537 


.29486 


.32434 


.35383 


9 


.11443 




.10504 


.13130 


.15756 


.18382 


.21007 


.23633 


.26259 


.28885 


.31511 


10 


.10189 


.07015 


.09353 


.11691 


.14029 


.16367 


.18705 


.21044 


.23382 


.25720 


.28058 


11 


.090742 


.06247 


.08329 


.10412 


.12494 


.14576 


.16659 


.18741 


.20823 


.22906 


.24988 


12 


.080808 


.05563 


.07418 


.09272 


.11126 


.12981 


.14835 


.16689 


.18544 


.20398 


.22253 


13 


.071961 


.04954 


.06605 


.08257 


.09908 


.11560 


.13211 


.14862 


.16514 


.18165 


.19816 


14 


.064084 


.04412 


.05882 


.07353 


.08824 


.10294 


.11765 


.13235 


.14706 


.16177 


.17647 


15 


.057068 


.03929 


.05238 


.06548 


.07858 


.09167 


.10477 


.11786 


.13096 


.14406 


.15715 


16 


.05082 


.03499 


.04665 


.05831 


.06997 


.08164 


.09330 


.10496 


.11662 


.12828 


.13995 


17 


.045257 


.03116 


.04154 


.05193 


.06231 


.07270 


.08308 


,09347 


.10386 


.11424 


.12463 


18 


.040303 


.02775 


.03700 


.04624 


.05549 


.06474 


.07399 


.08324 


.09249 


.10174 


.11098 


19 


.03589 


.02471 


.03294 


.04118 


.04942 


.05765 


.06589 


.07412 


.08236 


.09060 


.09883 


20 


.031961 


.02200 


.02934 


.03667 


.04401 


.05134 


.05868 


.06601 


.07334 


.08068 


.08801 


21 


.028462 


.01959 


.02613 


.03266 


.03919 


.04572 


.05225 


.05878 


.06531 


.07185 


.07838 


22 


.025347 


.01745 


.02327 


.02908 


.03490 


.04072 


.04653 


.05235 


.05817 


.06398 


.06980 


23 


.022571 


.01554 


.02072 


.02590 


.03108 


.03626 


.04144 


.04662 


.05180 


.05698 


.06216 


24 


.0201 


.01384 


.01845 


.02306 


.02768 


.03229 


.03690 


.04151 


.04613 


.05074 


.05535 


25 


.0179 


.01232 


.01643 


.02054 


.02465 


.02875 


.03286 


.03697 


.04108 


.04519 


.04929 


26 


.01594 


.01097 


.01463 


.01829 


.02195 


.02561 


.02926 


.03292 


.03658 


.04024 


.04390 


27 


.014195 


.00977 


.01303 


.01629 


.01955 


.02280 


.02606 


.02932 


.03258 


.03583 


.03909 


28 


.012641 


.00870 


.01160 


.01450 


.01741 


.02031 


.02321 


.02611 


.02901 


.03191 


.03481 


29 


.011257 


.00775 


.01033 


.01292 


.01550 


.01808 


.02067 


.02325 


.02583 


.02842 


.03100 


30 


.010025 


.00690 


.00920 


.01150 


.01380 


.01610 


.01840 


.02071 


,02301 


.02531 


.02761 


31 


.008928 


.00615 


.00820 


.01024 


.01229 


.01434 


.01639 


.01844 


.02049 


.02254 


.02459 


32 


.00795 


.00547 


.00730 


.00912 


.01095 


.01277 


.01460 


.01642 


.01824 


.02007 


.02189 


33 


.00798 


.00487 


.00650 


.00812 


.00975 


.01137 


.01300 


.01462 


.01625 


.01787 


.01950 


34 


.006304 


.00434 


.00579 


.00723 


.00868 


.01013 


.01157 


.01302 


.01447 


.01591 


.01736 


35 


.005614 


.00387 


.00515 


.00644 


.00773 


.00902 


.01031 


.01160 


.01288 


.01417 


.01546 


36 


.005 


.00344 


.00459 


.00574 


.00688 


.00803 


.00918 


.01033 


.01147 


.01262 


.01377 


37 


.004453 


.00307 


.00409 


.00511 


.00613 


.00715 


.00818 


.00920 


.01022 


.01124 


.01226 


38 


.003965 


.00273 


.00364 


.00455 


.00546 


.00637 


.00728 


.00819 


.00910 


.01001 


.01092 


39 


.003531 


.00243 


.00324 


.00405 


.00486 


.00567 


.00648 


.00729 


.00810 


.00891 


.00972 


40 


.003144 


.00217 


.00289 


.00361 


.00433 


.00505 


.00577 


.00649 


.00722 


.00794 


.00866 


G-augfe 


Decimal 








Width in Inches 












No. 


Inch 


13 

Iff 


% 


15 

"Iff 


1 


iy 8 


l l /4 


1% 


1V2 


iy 8 


1% 


6 


.16202 


.48334 


.52052 


.55770 


.59488 


.66924 


.74360 


.81797 


.89233 


.96669 


1.04105 


7 


.14428 


.43042 


.46353 


.49664 


.52975 


.59597 


.66219 


.72840 


.79462 


.86084 


.92706 


8 


.12849 


.38332 


.41280 


.44229 


.47177 


.53074 


.58972 


.64869 


.70766 


.76663 


.82560 


9 


.11443 


.34137 


.36763 


.39389 


.42015 


.47267 


.52519 


.57770 


.63022 


.68274 


.73526 


10 


.10189 


.30396 


.32734 


.35072 


.37411 


.42087 


.46763 


.51440 


.56116 


.60792 


.65469 


11 


.090742 


.27074 


.29153 


.31235 


.33317 


.37482 


.41647 


.45812 


.49976 


.54141 


.58306 


12 


.080808 


.24107 


.25961 


.27816 


.29670 


.33379 


.37088 


.40796 


.44505 


.48214 


.51923 


13 


.071961 


.21468 


.23119 


.24770 


.26422 


.29724 


.33027 


.36330 


.39633 


.42935 


.46238 


14 


.064084 


.19118 


.20588 


.22059 


.23530 


.26471 


.29412 


.32353 


.35294 


.38236 


.41177 


15 


.057068 


.17025 


.18334 


.19644 


.20954 


.23573 


.26192 


.28811 


.31430 


.34049 


.36669 


16 


.05082 


.15161 


.16327 


.17493 


.18659 


.20992 


.23324 


.25657 


.27989 


.30322 


.32654 


17 


.045257 


.13501 


.14540 


.15578 


.16617 


.18694 


.20771 


.22848 


.24925 


.27002 


.29080 


18 


.040303 


.12023 


.12948 


.13873 


.14798 


.16648 


.18497 


.20347 


.22197 


.24047 


.25896 


19 


.03589 


.10707 


.11530 


.12354 


.13178 


.14825 


.16472 


.18119 


.19766 


.21414 


.23061 


20 


.031961 


.09535 


.10268 


.11002 


.11735 


.13202 


.14669 


.16136 


.17603 


.19069 


.20536 


21 


.028462 


.08491 


.09144 


.09797 


.19450 


.11757 


.13063 


.14369 


.15676 


.16982 


.18288 


22 


.025347 


.07562 


.08143 


.08725 


.09307 


.10470 


.11633 


.12797 


.13960 


.15123 


.16287 


23 


.022571 


.06734 


.07251 


.07769 


.08287 


.09323 


.10359 


.11395 


.12431 


.13467 


.14503 


24 


.0201 


.05996 


.06458 


.06919 


.07380 


.08303 


.09225 


.10148 


.11070 


.11993 


.12915 


25 


.0179 


.05340 


.05751 


.06162 


.06572 


.07394 


.08215 


.09037 


.09858 


.10680 


.11502 


26 


.01594 


.04755 


.05121 


.05487 


.05853 


.06584 


.07316 


.08047 


.08779 


.09511 


.10242 


27 


.014195 


.04235 


.04560 


.04886 


.05212 


.05863 


.06515 


.07166 


.07818 


.08469 


.09121 


28 


.012641 


.03771 


.04061 


.04351 


.04641 


.05222 


.05802 


.06382 


.06962 


.07542 


.08122 


29 


.011257 


.03358 


.03617 


.03875 


.04133 


.04650 


.05167 


.05683 


.06200 


.06716 


.07233 


30 


.010025 


.02991 


.03221 


.03451 


.03681 


.04141 


.04601 


.05061 


.05521 


.05981 


.06442 


31 


.008928 


.02663 


.02868 


.03073 


.03278 


.03689 


.04098 


.04507 


.04917 


.05327 


.05737 


32 


.00795 


.02372 


.02554 


.02737 


.02919 


.03284 


.03649 


.04014 


.04379 


.04743 


.05108 


33 


.00708 


.02112 


.02275 


.02437 


,02600 


.02925 


.03249 


.03574 


.03899 


.04224 


.04549 


34 


.006304 


.01881 


.02025 


.02170 


.02315 


.02604 


.02893 


.03183 


.03472 


.03761 


.04051 


35 


.005614 


.01675 


.01804 


.01932 


.02061 


.02319 


.02577 


.02834 


.03092 


.03350 


.03607 


36 


.005 


.01492 


.01606 


.01721 


.01836 


.02065 


.02295 


.02524 


.02754 


.02983 


.03213 


37 


.004453 


.01328 


.01431 


.01533 


.01635 


.01839 


.02044 


.02248 


.02453 


.02657 


.02861 


38 


.003965 


.01183 


.01274 


.01365 


.01456 


.01638 


.01820 


.02002 


.02184 


.02366 


.02548 


39 


.003531 


.01053 


.01134 


.01215 


.01297 


.01459 


.01621 


.01783 


.01945 


.02107 


.02269 


40 


.003144 


.00938 


.01010 


.01082 


.01154 


.01299 


.01443 


.01587 


.01732 


.01876 


.02020 


Specific aravity at 4 deg. Centigrade, 8.469 


52R.7 lbs. 


per cubic foot; 


.3060 lbs. 


per cubic 


inch. 









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APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS OF 

Sheet and Strip Brass 



Brown and Sharpe's Gauge 



Pounds per Lineal Foot 



Gaug-e 


Decimal 








Widths ia Inches 












No. 


inch 


1% 


2 


2V* 


2 1 / a 


2% 


3 


3*4 


3y 2 


3% 


4 


6 


.16202 


1.11541 


1.18977 


1.33849 


1.48721 


1.63593 


1.78465 


1.93337 


2.08209 


2.23081 


2.37953 


7 


.14428 


.99328 


1.05950 


1.19193 


1.32437 


1.45681 


1.58924 


1.72168 


1.85412 


1.98656 


2.11899 


8 


.12849 


.88457 


.94355 


1.06149 


1.17943 


1.29737 


1.41532 


1.53326 


1.65120 


1.76915 


1.88709 


9 


.11443 


.78778 


.84030 


.94534 


1.05037 


1.15541 


1.26045 


1.36548 


1.47052 


1.57556 


1.68060 


10 


.10189 


.70145 


.74821 


.84174 


.93527 


1.02879 


1.12232 


1.21585 


1.30937 


1.40290 


1.49643 


11 


.090742 


.62470 


.66635 


.74964 


.83294 


.91623 


.99952 


1.08282 


1.16611 


1.24940 


1.33270 


12 


.080808 


.55631 


.59340 


.66758 


.74175 


.81593 


.90010 


.96428 


1.03845 


1.11263 


1.18680 


13 


.071961 


.49541 


.52843 


.59449 


.66054 


.72660 


.79265 


.85871 


.92476 


.99081 


1.05687 


14 


.064084 


.44118 


.47059 


.52941 


.58824 


.64706 


.70589 


.76471 


.82553 


.88236 


.94118 


15 


.057068 


.39288 


.41907 


.47145 


.52384 


.57622 


.62860 


.68099 


.73337 


.78576 


.83814 


16 


.05082 


.34986 


.37319 


.41984 


.46649 


.51313 


.55978 


.60643 


.65308 


.69973 


.74638 


17 


.045257 


.31157 


.33234 


.37388 


.41542 


.45696 


.49851 


.54005 


.58159 


.62313 


.66468 


18 


.040303 


.27746 


.29596 


.33295 


.36995 


.40694 


.44394 


.48093 


.51793 


.55492 


.59192 


19 


.03589 


.24708 


.26355 


.29650 


.32944 


.36238 


.39533 


.42827 


.46122 


.49416 


.52710 


20 


.031961 


.22003 


.23470 


.26404 


.29338 


.32271 


.35205 


.38139 


.41073 


.44006 


.46940 


21 


.028462 


.19594 


.20901 


.23513 


.26126 


.28738 


.31351 


.33964 


.36576 


.39189 


.41801 


22 


.025347 


.17450 


.18613 


.20940 


.23266 


.25593 


.27920 


.30246 


.32573 


.34900 


.37226 


23 


.022571 


.15539 


.16575 


.18647 


.20718 


.22790 


.24862 


.26934 


.29006 


.31078 


.33149 


24 


.0201 


.13838 


.14760 


.16605 


.18450 


.20295 


.22140 


.23985 


.25830 


.27675 


.29520 


25 


.0179 


.12323 


.13145 


.14788 


.16431 


.18074 


.19717 


.21360 


.23003 


.24646 


.26289 


26 


.01594 


.10974 


.11705 


.13168 


.14632 


.16095 


. .17558 


.19021 


.20484 


.21947 


.23411 


27 


.014195 


.09772 


.10424 


.11727 


.13030 


.14333 


.15636 


.16939 


.18242 


.19545 


.20848 


28 


.012641 


.08703 


.09283 


.10443 


.11603 


.12764 


.13924 


.15084 


.16245 


.17405 


.18565 


29 


.011257 


.07750 


.08266 


.09300 


.10333 


.11366 


.12400 


.13423 


.14466 


.15500 


.16533 


30 


.010025 


.06902 


.07362 


.08282 


.09202 


.10122 


.11043 


.11963 


.12883 


.13803 


.14723 


31 


.008928 


.06146 


.06556 


.07376 


.08195 


.09015 


.09834 


.10654 


.11473 


.12293 


.13112 


32 


.00795 


.05473 


.05838 


.06568 


.07297 


.08027 


.08757 


.09487 


.10216 


.10946 


.11676 


33 


.00708 


.04874 


.05199 


.05849 


.06499 


.07149 


.07799 


.08449 


.09098 


.09748 


.10398 


34 


.006304 


.04340 


.04629 


.05208 


.05787 


.06365 


.06944 


.07523 


.08101 


.08680 


.09259 


35 


.005614 


.03865 


.04123 


.04638 


.05153 


.05669 


.06184 


.06699 


.07215 


.07730 


.08245 


36 


.005 


.03442 


.03672 


.04131 


.04590 


.05049 


.05508 


.05967 


.06425 


.06884 


.07343 


37 


.004453 


.03066 


.03270 


.03679 


.04088 


.04^96 


.04905 


.05314 


.05723 


.06131 


.06540 


38 


.003965 


.02730 


.02912 


.03278 


.03640 


.04004 


.04368 


.04731 


.05095 


.05459 


.05823 


39 


.003531 


.02431 


.02593 


.02917 


.03241 


.03565 


.03889 


.04214 


.04538 


.04862 


.05186 


40 


.003144 


.02165 


.02309 


.02597 


.02886 


.03175 


.03463 


.03752 


.04040 


.04329 


.04618 


Gauge 


Decimal 








Widths in Inches 












No. 


inch 


4V 2 


5 


5H 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


6 


.16202 


2.67698 


2.97442 


3.27186 


3.56930 


4.16418 


4.75907 


5.35395 


5.94883 


6.54372 


7.13860 


7 


.14428 


2.38387 


2.64874 


2.91361 


3.17849 


3.70082 


4.23799 


4.76773 


5.29748 


5.82723 


6.35698 


8 


.12849 


2.12298 


2.35886 


2.59475 


2.83065 


3.30241 


3.77418 


4.24595 


4.71773 


5.18950 


5.66127 


9 


.11443 


1.89067 


2.10074 


2.31082 


2.52089 


2.94104 


3.36119 


3.78134 


4.20149 


4.62164 


5.04179 


10 


.10189 


1.68348 


1.87053 


2.05758 


2.24464 


2.61874 


2.99285 


3.36596 


3.74106 


4.11517 


4.48927 


11 


.090742 


1.49929 


1.66587 


1 .83246 


1.99905 


2.33222 


2.66540 


2.99857 


3.33174 


3,66492 


3.99809 


12 


.080808 


1.33515 


1.48350 


1.63185 


1.78020 


2.07690 


2.37360 


2.67030 


2.96700 


3.26370 


3.56040 


13 


.071961 


1.18898 


1.32108 


1.45319 


1.58530 


1.84952 


2.11374 


2.37795 


2.64217 


2.90639 


3.17060 


14 


.064084 


1.05883 


1.17648 


1.29412 


1.41177 


1.64707 


1.88236 


2.11766 


2.35295 


2.58825 


2.82354 


15 


.057068 


.94291 


1.04767 


1.15244 


1.25721 


1.46674 


1.67628 


1.88581 


2.09535 


2.30488 


2.51442 


16 


.05082 


.83967 


.93297 


1.02627 


1.11957 


1.30616 


1.49275 


1.67935 


1.86594 


2.05254 


2.23913 


17 


.045257 


.74776 


.83084 


.91393 


.99701 


1.16318 


1.32935 


1.49552 


1.66169 


1.82786 


1.99402 


18 


.040303 


.66591 


.73990 


.81389 


.8S788 


1.03585 


1.18383 


1.33181 


1.47979 


1.62777 


1.77575 


19 


.03589 


.59299 


.65888 


.72477 


.79066 


.92243 


1.05421 


1.18560 


1.31776 


1.44954 


1.58131 


20 


.031961 


.52808 


.58675 


.64543 


.70410 


.82145 


.93880 


1.05615 


1.17350 


1.29085 


1.40820 


21 


.028462 


.47026 


.52251 


.57477 


.62701 


.73152 


.83602 


.94053 


1.04503 


1.14953 


1.25404 


22 


.025347 


.41880 


.46533 


.51186 


.55839 


.65146 


.74453 


.83759 


.93066 


1.02372 


1.11679 


23 


.022571 


.37293 


.41437 


.45580 


.49724 


.58011 


.66299 


.74586 


.82873 


.91161 


.99448 


24 


.0201 


.33210 


.36900 


.40590 


.44280 


.51660 


.59040 


.66421 


.73801 


.81181 


.88561 


25 


.0179 


.29575 


.32861 


.36148 


.39434 


.46006 


.52578 


.59151 


.65723 


.72295 


.78867 


26 


.01594 


.26337 


.29263 


.32190 


.35116 


.40969 


.46821 


.52674 


.58526 


.64379 


.70232 


27 


.014195 


.23454 


.26060 


.28666 


.31272 


.36484 


.41696 


.46907 


.52119 


.57331 


.62543 


28 


.012641 


.20886 


.23207 


.25528 


.27848 


.32490 


.37131 


.41772 


.46414 


.51055 


.55696 


29 


.011257 


.18599 


.20666 


.22733 


.24799 


.28932 


.33066 


.37199 


.41332 


.45465 


.49598 


30 


.010025 


.16564 


.18404 


.20245 


.22085 


.25766 


.29447 


.33128 


.36809 


.40489 


.44170 


31 


.008928 


.14751 


.16390 


.18029 


.19668 


.22947 


.26225 


.29503 


.32781 


.36059 


.39337 


32 


.00795 


.13135 


.14595 


.16054 


.17514 


.20433 


.23351 


.26271 


.29190 


.32109 


.35028 


33 


.00708 


.11698 


.12998 


.14298 


.15597 


.18197 


.20796 


.23396 


.25995 


.20595 


.31195 


34 


.006304 


.10416 


.11573 


.12730 


.13888 


.16202 


.18517 


.20832 


.23146 


.25^61 


.27775 


35 


.005614 


.09276 


.10306 


.11337 


.12368 


.14429 


.16490 


.18552 


.20613 


.22674 


.24735 


36 


.005 


.08261 


.09179 


.10097 


.11015 


.12851 


.14687 


.16523 


.18358 


.20194 


.22030 


37 


.004453 


.07358 


.08175 


.08993 


.09810 














38 


.003965 


.06551 


.07279 


.08007 


.08735 














39 


.003531 


.05834 


.06482 


.07131 


.07779 














40 


.003144 


.05195 


.05772 


.06349 


.06926 


















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APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS OF 

Sheet Copper 






Thick. 




Gauge Numbers 


Fract. 


Decimal 








Inch 


Inch 

.00134989 
.00269978 
.004 

.00404968 
.00453 


Stubs' 

36 " 


B.&S. 

37" 


u.s.s. 




.005 


35 


36 






.00539957 










.005614 




35 






.00674946 










.007 


34 








.00708 




33 






.008 


33 








.00809935 










.008928 




31 






.009 


32 








.00944924 










.010 


31 








.010025 




30 






.01079914 










.011257 




29 






.012 


30 








.0121490 










.012641 




28 






.013 


29 








.0134989 










.014 


28 








.014195 




27 






.0148488 








1/64 


.015625 

.01594 

.016 

.0161987 

.0175486 

.0179 

.018 

.01875 

.0188985 

.020 

.0201 

,0202484 

.0215983 

.022 

.022571 

.0229482 

.0242981 


27" 

26" 
If 

24" 


26 
25" 

24" 
23" 


28 
26" 




.025 


23 




24 




.025347 




22 






.0256479 










.0259179 










.0269978 










.028 


22 








.0283477 










.028462 




21 






.0296976 










.0310475 








1/32 


.03125 

.031961 

.032 

.0323974 

.0337473 

.0345572 

.035 

.0350972 

.03589 

.0364471 

.0375 

.0377970 

.0391469 

.040303 

.0404968 

.0418467 

.042 

.0431965 

.045257 

.0458963 


2l" 

w 
w 


20 
W 

is" 
if 


22 
20" 


3/64 


.046875 

.0485961 

.049 

.05082 

.0512959 

.0518359 

.0539957 

.0566955 

.057068 

.058 

.0593952 

.0604752 

.062095 


w 

17" 


i'e" 
if 




1/16 


.0625 

.064084 

.064795 

.065 

.067495 

.070194 

.071961 

.072 

.072894 

.075594 

.077754 


16" 
1*5" 


14 

if 


16 


5/64 


.078125 
.078294 
.080808 
.080994 




if 


14 



Computation based on .32152 pounds 



Decimal Fract. Weight 

Pounds Pounds Ounces 

Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. 

.0625 !V 1-00 

.1250 % 2.00 

.1852 2.963 

.1875 A 3 -0° 

.2062 3.299 

.2315 3.704 

.2500 54 4.00 

.2599 4.159 

.3125 -& 5.00 

.3241 ...... 5.186 

.3278 5.245 

.3704 5.926 

.3750 H 6.00 

.4134 6.614 

.4167 6.667 

.4375 & 7.00 

.4630 7.408 

.4642 7.427 

.5000 Y 2 8.00 

.5212 8.339 

.5556 8.890 

.5625 A 9.00 

.5853 ...... 9.364 

.6019 9.630 

.625 % 10.00 

.6482 10.371 

.6572 10.516 

.6875 H H.OO 

.7234 11.575 

.7380 11.808 

.7408 11.853 

.750 & 12.00 

.8125 U 13.00 

.8288 ...... 13.260 

.8334 13.334 

.8681 13.890 

.875 H 14.00 

.9260 14.816 

.9306 14.890 

.9375 i| 15.00 

1.00 16.00 

1.0186 16.298 

1.0450 16.721 

1.0625 1 T V 17.00 

1.125 1% 18.00 

1.1575 18.520 

1.1736 ...... 18.777 

1.1875 liV 19.00 

1.20 19.20 

1.25 1J4 20.00 

1.2964 20.742 

1.3125 1 VW 21.00 

1.318 21.085 

1.375 1H 22.00 

1.438 1& 23.00 

1.447 23.15 

1.480 23.677 

1.482 23.706 

1.500 \y 2 24.00 

1.563 lft 25.00 

1.60 25.60 

1.621 25.928 

1.625 1% 26.00 

1.662 26.587 

1.688 \\l 27.00 

1.736 27.780 

1.75 1V 4 28.00 

1.813 lil 29.00 

1.866 29.856 

1.875 m 30.00 

1.938 1ft 31.00 

1.945 31.114 

2.00 ...... 32.00 

2.095 33.526 

2.125 2% 34.00 

2.170 34.725 

2.25 2]4 36.00 

2.269 36.299 

2.353 37.647 

2.375 2V 8 38.00 

2.40 38.40 

2.50 2Y 2 40.00 

2.625 2% 42.00 

2.642 42.276 

2.685 42.966 

2.75 2V A 44.00 

2.80 44.80 

2.875 2^ 46.00 

2.894 46.30 

2.967 47.473 

3.00 48.00 

3.010 48.152 

3.125 3% 50.00 

3.25 3J4 52.00 

3.332 53.309 

3.334 53.338 

3.375 3V$ 54.00 

3.50 3y 2 56.00 

3.60 ...... 57.60 

3.617 57.875 

3.625 3% 58.00 

3.741 ...... 59.863 

3.75 3Ya 60.00 

per Cubic Inch. 



Thick. 




Gau 


ge Numbers 


Decimal 


Fract. 


Weight 


Fract. 


Decimal 








Pounds 


Pounds 


Ounces 


Inch 


Inch 


Stubs' 


B.&S. 


U.S.S. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 


Sq. Ft. 




.083 


14 






3.843 




61.486 




.083693 








3.875 


3^ 


62.00 




.086393 








4.00 




64.00 




.090742 




11 




4.201 




67.222 




.091793 








4.25 


4U 


68.00 


3/32 


.09375 






13 


4.341 




69.450 




.095 


13 






4.399 




70.376 




.095032 








4.40 




70.40 




.097192 








4.50 


4/ 2 


72.00 




.10189 




10 




4.718 




75.480 




.102592 








4.750 


4*4 


76.00 




.103672 








4.800 




76.800 




.107991 








5.000 




80.000 




.109 


12 






5.047 




80.747 


7/64 


.109375 
.112311 






12 


5.064 
5.20 




81.025 
83.200 




.113391 








5.250 


5J4 


84.000 




.11443 




9 




5.298 




84.770 




.118790 








5.500 


sy 2 


88.000 




.120 


11 






5.556 




S8.396 




.120950 








5.600 




89.600 




.124190 








5.750 


SH 


92.000 


1/8 


.125 






11 


5.788 




92.600 




.12849 




8 




5.949 




95.185 




.129590 








6.000 




96.000 




.134 


10 






6.204 




99.267 




.134989 








6.250 


m 


100.000 




.140389 








6.500 


w 


104.000 


9/64 


.140625 






10 


6.511 




104.175 




.14428 




7 




6.680 




106.883 




.148 


9 






6.852 




109.638 




.151188 








7.000 




112.000 


5/32 


.15625 






9 


7.234 




115.750 




.161987 








7.500 


m 


120.000 




.16202 




6 




7.502 




120.025 




.165 


8 






7.640 




122.232 


11/64 


.171875 
.172786 






8 


7.958 
8.000 




127.325 
128.000 




.180 


7 






8.334 




133.334 




.18194 




5 




8.424 




134.781 




.18385 








8.5O0 


sy 2 


136.000 


3/16 


.1875 
.194384 






7 


8.681 
9.000 




138.900 
144.000 




.203 


6 






9.399 




150.382 


13/64 


203125 






6 


9.405 




150.475 




.20431 




4 




9.460 




151.353 




.205184 








9.500 


M 


152.000 




.215983 








10.000 




160.000 


7/32 


.21875 






5 


10.128 




162.050 




.220 


5 






10.186 




162.976 




.22942 




3 




10.622 




169.954 


15/64 


.234375 

.237581 






4 


10.852 
11.000 




173.625 
176.000 




.238 


4 






11.019 




176.310 


1/4 


.250 






3 


11.575 




185.200 




.25763 




2 




11.928 




190.852 




.259 


3 






11.992 




191.867 




.259179 








12.000 




192.000 


17/64 


.265625 
.280778 






2 


12.298 

13.000 




196.775 

208.000 


9/32 


.28125 






1 


13.02 




208.35 




.284 


2 






13.15 




210.39 




.2893 




1 




13,39 




214.31 




.300 


1 






13.89 




222.24 




.302376 








14.00 




224.00 


5/16 


.3125 
.323974 









14.47 
15.00 




231.50 
240.00 




32486 









15.04 




240.66 




.340 









15.74 




251.87 


11/32 


.34375 

.345572 






2/0 


15,92 
16.00 




254.65 
256.00 




.3648 




2/0 




16.89 




270.24 




.367171 








17.00 




272.00 


3/8 


.375 






3/0 


17.36 




277.80 




.380 


2/0 






17.59 




281.50 




.388769 








18,00 




288.00 


13/32 


.40625 






4/0 


18.81 




300.95 




.40964 




3/0 




18.97 




303.46 




.410367 








19.00 




304.00 




.425 


3/0 






19.68 




314.84 




.431965 








20.00 




320.00 


7/16 


.4375 
.453564 






5/0 


20.26 
21.00 




324.10 
336.00 




.454 


4/0 






21.02 




336.32 




.460 




4/0 




21.30 




340.77 


15/32 


.46875 

.475162 

.496760 






6/0 


21.70 
22.00 
23.00 




347.25 
352.00 
368.00 


1/2 


.500 

.518359 

.539957 






7/0 


23.15 
24.00 
25.00 




370.40 
384.00 
400.00 


9/16 


.56250 








26.04 




416.70 


5/8 


.62500 








28.94 




463.00 


11/16 


.68750 








31.83 




509.30 


3/4 


.75000 








34.73 




555.60 


13/16 


.81250 








37.62 




601.90 


7/8 


.87500 








40.51 




648.20 


15/16 


.93750 








43.41 




694.50 


1 


1.00000 








46.30 




740.80 



EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 













Sheet Copper 






















WEIGHTS PER SQUARE FOOT 
















THICKNESS WHEN ROLLED TO WEIGHT 






B. & S. 


and STUBS GAUGES 






Wt. per Sq. Ft. 
Ounces Pounds 


Thickness Nearest Gauge No. 
Inches B. & S. Stubs 


Nearest 

Fraction 

Inches 


Brown & Sharpe Gaugre 
Decimal Pounds 
Equiv- per 


Stubs Gaug-e 
Decimal Founds 
Equiv- per 


Inches and 
Fractions 
Founds 
Thick- ner 




16 


.3456 


00 


00 


U 


No. a lent 


Sq. Ft. 


No. 


alent 


Sq. Ft. 


ness 


Sq. Ft. 




15 


.3240 








§i+ 


4/0 .4600 


21.30 


4/0 


.454 


21.02 


ft 


2.894 




14 


.3024 


1 


1 


£1— 


3/0 .4096 


18.97 


3/0 


.425 


19.68 


% 


5.788 




13 


.2808 


1 


2 


A 


2/0 .3648 


16.89 


2/0 


.380 


17.59 


ft 


8.681 




12 


.2592 


2 


3 


Va~ 


.3249 


15.04 





.340 


15.74 


Va 


11.58 





11 


.2376 


3 


4 


hi— 


1 .2893 


13.39 


1 


.300 


13.89 


ft 


14.47 





10 


.2160 


4 


5 


3 7 2 + 


2 .2576 


11.93 


2 


.284 


13.15 


H 


17.36 





9H 


.2052 


4 


6 


M 


3 .2294 


10.62 


3 


.259 


11.99 


ft 


20.25 





9 


.1944 


4 


6 




4 .2043 


9.460 


4 


.238 


11.02 


l A 


23.15 





sy 2 


.1836 


5 


7 


ft + 


5 .1819 


8.424 


5 


.220 


10.19 


ft 


26.04 




8 


.1728 


5 


8 


u 


6 .1620 


7.502 


6 


.203 


9.399 


H 


28.94 


.... 


7/ 2 


.1620 


6 


8 




7 .1443 


6.681 


7 


.180 


8.334 


U 


31.83 




7 


.1512 


7 


9 


ft+ 


8 .1285 


5.949 


8 


.165 


7.639 


Va 


34.73 


.... 


W2 


.1404 


7 


10 


& 


9 .1144 


5.298 


9 


.148 


6.852 


II 


37.62 




6 


.1296 


8 


10 


Vs— 


10 .1019 


4.718 


10 


.134 


6.204 


n 


40.51 


88 


5H 


.1188 


9 


11 




11 .09074 


4.201 


11 


.120 


5.556 


tf 


43.41 


80 


5 


.1080 


10 


12 


s 7 * + 


12 .08081 


3.741 


12 


.109 


5.047 


1 


46.30 


72 


4^ 


.0972 


10 


13 


&— 


13 .07196 


3.332 


13 


.095 


4.399 


ift 


49.19 


64 


4 


.0864 


11 


14 




14 .06408 


2.967 


14 


.083 


3.843 


m 


52.09 


56 


3^ 


.0756 


13 


15 


ft-f 


15 .05707 


2.642 


15 


.072 


3.334 


ift 


54.98 


48 


3 


.0648 


14 


16 


ft— 


16 .05082 


2.353 


16 


.065 


3.009 


Wa 


57.88 


44 


23/4 


.0594 


15 


17 




17 .04526 


2.096 


17 


.058 


2.685 


1ft 


60.77 


40 


2V2 


.0540 


15 


17 




18 .04030 


1.866 


18 


.049 


2.269 


m 


63.66 


36 


2% 


.0486 


16 


18 


&— 


19 .03589 


1.662 


19 


.042 


1.945 


ift 


66.56 


32 


2 


.0432 


17 


19 




20 .03196 


1.480 


20 


.035 


1.621 


l«i 


69.45 


28 


m 


.0378 


19 


20 




21 .02846 


1.318 


21 


.032 


1.482 


1ft 


72.35 


24 


ip2 


.0324 


20 


21 


&— 


22 .02535 


1.174 


22 


.028 


1.296 


m 


75.24 


20 


Wa 


.0270 


21 


22 




23 .02257 


1.045 


23 


.025 


1.158 


Itt 


78.13 


18 


m 


.0243 


22 


23 




24 .02010 


.9307 


24 


.022 


1.019 


Wa 


81.03 


16 


1 


.0216 


23 


24 




25 .01790 


.8288 


25 


" .020 


.9260 


HI 


83.92 


15 


\% 


.0202 


24 


25 




26 .01594 


.7381 


26 


.018 


.8334 


m 


86.81 


14 


% 


.0189 


25 


26 




27 .01420 


.6573 


27 


.016 


.7408 


iH 


89.71 


13 


« 


.0173 


25 


26 




28 .01264 


.5853 


28 


.014 


.6482 


2 


92.60 


12 


34 


.0162 


26 


27 


ih~ 


29 .01126 


.5212 


29 


.013 


.6019 






11 


$ 


.0146 


27 


28 




30 .01003 


.4642 


30 


.012 


.5556 






10 


« 


.0135 


27 


29 




31 .008928 


.4134 


31 


.010 


.4630 






9 


* 


.0120 


28 


30 




32 .007950 


.3681 


32 


.009 


.4167 






8 


% 


.0108 


29 


31 




33 .007080 


.3278 


33 


.008 


.3704 






7 


ft 


.0093 


31 


32 




34 .006305 


.2919 


34 


.007 


.3241 






6 


H 


.0081 


32 


33 




35 .005615 


.2600 


35 


.005 


.2315 






4 


% 


.0054 


35 


35 




36 .005000 


.2315 


36 


.004 


.1852 






2 


% 


.0027 








37 .004453 


.2062 












The + 


sign shows that the size is more than 1 


per cent full. 


38 .003965 

39 .003531 


.1836 
.1635 












The — 


sign shows that the size is more than 1 


per cent scant. 


40 .003145 


.1456 













Variations from these weights must be expected in practice. 





Approximate 


Gaug-e 


Decimal Parts 


Number 


of an inch 


8 


.171875 


9 


.15625 


10 


.140625 


11 


.125 


12 


.109375 


13 


.09375 


14 


.078125 


15 


.0703125 


16 


.0625 


17 


.05625 


18 


.050 


19 


.04375 


20 


.0375 



Allegheny Stainless Steel Sheets 

U. S. Standard Gauge 

Approximate Weight per Square Foot 



* Average Wt. **Averag*e Wt. 

per Square Foot per Square Foot 

in pounds for in pounds for 

Chrome Chrome Nickel — 

Iron Alloys Cold Boiled Alloys 



Approximate 
Gauge Decimal Farts 
of an inch 



7.0813 

6.4375 

5.7937 

5.15 

4.5063 

3.8625 

3.2187 

2.8968 

2.575 

2.3175 

2.06 

1.8025 

1.545 



7.2187 

6.5625 
5.9062 
5.2500 
4.5937 
3.9375 
3.2812 
2.9531 
2.6250 
2.3625 
2.1000 
1.8375 
1.5750 



Number 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



.034375 

.03125 

.028125 

.025 

.021875 

.01875 

.0171875 

.015625 

.0140625 

.0125 

.0109375 

.01015625 



* Governs weights of— Allegheny 33; Allegheny 46; Allegheny 55; Allegheny 66; Allegheny 67. 
**Governs weights of — Allegheny Metal; Allegheny 44; Allegheny 22. 

Use "Cotnpton" Sheet Metal shears for best results in your shop. 



*Averag-e Wt. 

per Square Foot 

in pounds for 



Chrome 
Iron Alloys 

1.416 

1.2875 
1.1587 
1.03 

.9013 

.7725 

.7081 

.6438 

.5794 

.515 

.4506 

.4184 



**Average Wt 

per Square Foot 

in pounds for 



Phone OAKLAND— Hlgate 2366 



Chrome Nickel — 
Cold Boiled Alloys 

1.4437 

1.3125 

1.1813 

1.0500 

.9187 

.7875 

.7218 

.6562 

.5906 

.5250 

.4594 

.4265 



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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS OF 

Sheet and Strip Copper 



Brown and Sharpe's Gauge. 



Pounds per Lineal Foot 



G-augre Decimal 








Width 


s in Inches 












No. 


Inch 


ft 


% 


ft 


% 


ft 


y 2 


ft 


% 


H 


X 


6 


.16202 
.14428 
.12849 
.11443 
.10189 




.15628 
.13917 
.12394 
.11038 

.09828 


.19535 
.17396 
.15492 
.13797 
.12285 


.23442 
.20876 
.18591 
.16557 
.14742 


.27349 
.24355 
.21689 
.19316 
.17199 


.31256 
.27834 
.24788 
.22076 
.19656 


.35163 
.31313 
.27886 
.24835 
.22113 


.39070 
.34793 
.30985 
.27594 

.24570 


.42978 
.38272 
.34083 
.30354 
.27027 


.46885 


7 




.41751 


8 




.37182 


9 




.33113 


10 


.07371 


.29484 


11 


.090742 


.06565 


.08753 


.10941 


.13129 


.15317 


.17506 


.19694 


.21882 


.24070 


.26259 


12 


.080808 


.05846 


.07795 


.09743 


.11692 


.13641 


.15589 


.17538 


.19489 


.21435 


.23384 


13 


.071961 


.05206 


.06941 


.08677 


.10412 


.12147 


.13883 


.15618 


.17353 


.19088 


.20824 


14 


.064084 


.04636 


.06181 


.07727 


.09272 


.10818 


.12363 


.13908 


.15454 


.16999 


.18544 


15 


.057068 


.04129 


.05505 


.06881 


.08257 


.09633 


.11009 


.12386 


.13762 


.15138 


.16514 


16 


.05082 


.03677 


.04902 


.06128 


.07353 


.08579 


.09804 


.11030 


.12255 


.13481 


.14706 


17 


.045257 


.03274 


.04365 


.05457 


.06548 


.07640 


.08731 


.09822 


.10914 


.12005 


.13096 


18 


.040303 


.02916 


.03888 


.04860 


.05831 


.06803 


.07775 


.08747 


.09719 


.10691 


.11663 


19 


.03589 


.02596 


.03462 


.04327 


.05193 


.06058 


.06924 


.07789 


.08655 


.09520 


.10386 


20 


.031961 


.02312 


.03083 


.03854 


.04624 


.05395 


.06166 


.06937 


.07707 


.08478 


.09249 


21 


.028462 


.02059 


.02745 


.03432 


.04118 


.04805 


.05491 


.06177 


.06864 


.07550 


.08236 


22 


.025347 


.01834 


.02445 


.03056 


.03667 


.04279 


.04890 


.05501 


.06112 


.06724 


.07335 


23 


.022571 


.01633 


.02177 


.02722 


.03266 


.03810 


.04354 


.04899 


.05443 


.05987 


.06532 


24 


.0201 


.01454 


.01939 


.02424 


.02908 


.03393 


.03878 


.04362 


.04847 


.05332 


.05816 


25 


.0179 


.01295 


.01727 


.02158 


.02590 


.03022 


.03453 


.03885 


.04317 


.04748 


.05180 


26 


.01594 


.01153 


.01538 


.01922 


.02306 


.02691 


.03075 


.03460 


.03844 


.04228 


.04613 


27 


.014195 


.01027 


.01369 


.01712 


.02054 


.02396 


.02739 


.03081 


.03423 


.03765 


.04108 


28 


.012641 


.00915 


.01219 


.01524 


.01829 


.02134 


.02439 


.02744 


.03048 


.03353 


.03658 


29 


.011257 


.00814 


.01086 


.01357 


.01629 


.01900 


.02172 


.02443 


.02715 


.02986 


.03258 


30 


.010025 


.00725 


.00967 


.01209 


.01451 


.01692 


.01934 


.02176 


.02418 


.02659 


.02901 


31 


.008928 


.00646 


.00861 


.01077 


.01292 


.01507 


.01722 


.01938 


.02153 


.02368 


.02584 


32 


.00795 


.00575 


.00767 


.00959 


.01150 


.01342 


.01534 


.01725 


.01917 


.02109 


.02301 


33 


.00708 


.00512 


.00683 


.00854 


.01024 


.01195 


.01366 


.01537 


.01707 


.01878 


.02049 


34 


.006304 


.00456 


.00608 


.00760 


.00912 


.01064 


.01216 


.01368 


.01520 


.01672 


.01824 


35 


.005614 


.00406 


.00542 


.00677 


.00812 


.00948 


.01083 


.01218 


.01354 


.01489 


.01625 


36 


.005 


.00362 


.00482 


.00603 


.00723 


.00844 


.00965 


.01085 


.01206 


.01326 


.01447 


37 


.004453 


.00322 


.00430 


.00537 


.00644 


.00752 


.00859 


.00966 


.01074 


.01181 


.01289 


38 


.003965 


.00287 


.00383 


.00478 


.00574 


.00669 


.00765 


.00861 


.00956 


.01052 


.01147 


39 


.003531 


.00256 


.00341 


.00426 


.00511 


.00596 


.00681 


.00766 


.00852 


.00937 


.01022 


40 


.003144 


.00227 


.00303 


.00379 


.00455 


.00531 


.00607 


.00682 


.00758 


.00834 


.00910 


G-augre Decimal 








Widths in Inches 












No. 


Inch 


H 


% 


if 


1 


iy 8 


IH 


1% 


IV* 


l 5 /a 


iy A 


6 


.16202 


.50792 


.54699 


.58606 


.62513 


.70327 


.78141 


.85955 


.93769 


1.01583 


1.09397 


7 


.14428 


.45230 


.48710 


.52189 


.55668 


.62627 


.69585 


.76544 


.83502 


.90461 


.97419 


8 


.12849 


.40280 


.43379 


.46477 


.49576 


.55773 


.61970 


.68167 


.74364 


.80561 


.86758 


9 


.11443 


.35873 


.38632 


.41392 


.44151 


.49670 


.55189 


.60708 


.66226 


.71745 


.77264 


10 


.10189 


.31942 


.34399 


.36856 


.39313 


.44227 


.49141 


.54055 


.58969 


.63883 


.68797 


11 


.090742 


.28447 


.30635 


.32823 


.35011 


.39380 


.43764 


.48141 


.52517 


.56893 


.61270 


12 


.080808 


.25333 


.27281 


.29230 


.31178 


.35076 


.38973 


.42870 


.46768 


.50665 


.54562 


13 


.071961 


.22559 


.24294 


.26030 


.27765 


.31236 


.34706 


.38177 


.41647 


.45118 


.48589 


14 


.064084 


.20090 


.21635 


.23180 


.24726 


.27817 


.30907 


,33998 


.37087 


.40179 


.43270 


15 


.057068 


.17890 


.19266 


.20643 


.22019 


.24771 


.27523 


.30276 


.33028 


.35781 


.38533 


16 


.05082 


.15932 


.17157 


.18383 


.19608 


.22059 


.24510 


.26961 


.29412 


.31863 


.34314 


17 


.045257 


.14188 


.15279 


.16370 


.17462 


.19644 


.21827 


.24010 


.26193 


.28375 


.30558 


18 


.040303 


.12635 


.13607 


.14578 


.15550 


.17494 


.19438 


.21382 


.23325 


.25269 


.27213 


19 


.03589 


.11251 


.12117 


.12982 


.13848 


.15579 


.17310 


.19040 


.20771 


.22502 


.24233 


20 


.031961 


.10019 


.10790 


.11561 


.12332 


.13873 , 


.15415 


.16956 


.18497 


.20039 


.21580 


21 


.028462 


.08923 


.09609 


.10295 


.10982 


.12354 


.13727 


.15100 


.16472 


.17845 


.19218 


22 


.025347 


.07946 


.08557 


.09169 


.09780 


.11002 


.12225 


.13447 


.14670 


.15892 


.17115 


23 


.022571 


.07076 


.07620 


.08164 


.08709 


.09797 


,10886 


.11974 


.13063 


.14152 


.15240 


24 


.0201 


.06301 


.06786 


.07271 


.07755 


.08725 


.09694 


.10664 


.11633 


.12602 


.13572 


25 


.0179 


.05612 


.06043 


.06475 


.06906 


.07770 


.08633 


.09496 


.10360 


.11223 


.12086 


26 


.01594 


.04997 


.05381 


.05766 


.06150 


.06919 


.07688 


.08457 


.09225 


.09994 


.10763 


27 


.014195 


.04450 


.04792 


.05135 


.05477 


.06162 


.06846 


.07531 


.08215 


.08900 


.09585 


28 


.012641 


.03963 


.04268 


.04573 


.04877 


.05487 


.06097 


.07606 


.07316 


.07926 


.08535 


29 


.011257 


.03529 


.03800 


.04072 


.04343 


.04886 


.05429 


.05972 


.06515 


.07058 


.07601 


30 


.010025 


.03143 


.03385 


.03626 


.03868 


.04352 


.04835 


.05319 


.05802 


.06286 


.06769 


31 


.008928 


.02799 


.03014 


.03229 


.03445 


.03875 


.04306 


.04737 


.05167 


.05598 


.06028 


32 


.00795 


.02492 


.02684 


.02876 


.03067 


.03451 


.03834 


.04218 


.04601 


.04985 


.05368 


33 


.00708 


.02220 


.02390 


.02561 


.02732 


.03073 


.03415 


.03756 


.04098 


.04439 


.04781 


34 


.006304 


.01976 


.02128 


.02280 


.02432 


.02736 


.03040 


.03344 


.03648 


.03953 


.04257 


35 


.005614 


.01760 


.01895 


.02030 


.02166 


.02437 


.02708 


.02978 


.03249 


.03520 


.03791 


36 


.005 


.01568 


.01688 


.01809 


.01929 


.02170 


.02412 


.02653 


.02894 


.03135 


.03376 


37 


.004453 


.01396 


.01503 


.01611 


.01718 


.01933 


.02148 


.02362 


.02577 


.02792 


.03007 


38 


.003965 


.01243 


.01339 


.01434 


.01530 


.01721 


.01912 


.02104 


.02295 


.02486 


.02677 


39 


.003531 


.01107 


.01192 


.01277 


.01362 


.01533 


.01703 


.01873 


.02044 


.02214 


.02384 


40 


.003144 


.00986 


.01061 


.01137 


.01213 


.01365 


.01516 


.01668 


.01820 


.01971 


.02123 



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APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS OF 

Sheet and Strip Copper 



Brown and Sharpe's Gauge. 



Pounds per Lineal Foot 



Gauge Decimal 








Widths in Inches 












No. 


Inch 


1% 


2 


2i/i 


2i/ 2 


2% 


3 


3i/4 


3^2 


3% 


4 


6 


.16202 


1.17211 


1.25025 


1.40654 


1.56282 


1.71910 


1.87538 


2.03166 


2.18795 


2.34423 


2.50051 


7 


.14428 


1.04378 


1.11336 


1.25253 


1.39170 


1.53087 


1.67004 


1.80921 


1.94838 


2.08755 


2.22672 


8 


.12849 


.92955 


.99152 


1.11545 


1.23939 


1.36333 


1.48727 


1.61121 


1.73515 


1.85909 


1.98303 


9 


.11443 


.82783 


.88302 


.99340 


1.10377 


1.21415 


1.32453 


1.43491 


1.54528 


1.65566 


1.76604 


10 


.10189 


.73711 


.78625 


.88453 


.98281 


1.08110 


1.17938 


1.27766 


1.37594 


1.47422 


1.57250 


11 


.090742 


.65646 


.70023 


.78775 


.87528 


.96281 


1.05034 


1.13787 


1.22540 


1.31292 


1.40045 


12 


.080808 


.58460 


.62357 


.70152 


.77946 


.85741 


.93535 


1.01330 


1.09125 


1.16919 


1.24714 


13 


,071961 


.52059 


.55530 


.62471 


.69412 


.76354 


.83295 


.90236 


.97177 


1.04119 


1.11060 


14 


.064084 


.46361 


.49452 


.55633 


.61814 


.67996 


.74177 


.80359 


.86540 


.92722 


.98903 


15 


.057068 


.41285 


.44038 


.49543 


.55047 


.60552 


.66056 


.71561 


.77066 


.82570 


.88075 


16 


.05082 


.36765 


.39216 


.44118 


.49020 


.53922 


.58824 


.63726 


.68628 


.73530 


.78432 


17 


.045257 


.32741 


.34923 


.39289 


.43654 


.48020 


.52385 


.56750 


.61116 


.65481 


.69847 


18 


.040303 


.29157 


.31101 


.34988 


.38876 


.42763 


.46651 


.50538 


.54426 


.58313 


.62201 


19 


.03589 


.25964 


.27695 


.31157 


.34619 


.38081 


.41543 


.45005 


.48467 


.51928 


.55390 


20 


.031961 


.23122 


.24663 


.27746 


.30829 


.33912 


.36995 


.40078 


.43161 


.46244 


.49327 


21 


.028462 


.20591 


.21963 


.24709 


.27454 


.30199 


.32945 


.35690 


.38436 


.41181 


.43926 


22 


.025347 


.18337 


.19559 


.22004 


.24449 


.26894 


.29339 


.31784 


.34229 


.36674 


.39119 


23 
24 


.022571 


.16329 


.17417 


.19595 


.21772 


.23949 


.26126 


.28303 


.30480 


.32657 


.34835 


.0201 


.14541 


.15511 


.17449 


.19388 


.21327 


.23266 


.25205 


.27143 


.29082 


.31021 


25 


.0179 


.12950 


.13813 


.15539 


.17266 


.18993 


.20719 


.22446 


.24173 


.25899 


.27626 


26 


.01594 


.11532 


.12300 


.13838 


.15376 


.16913 


.18451 


.19988 


.21526 


.23063 


.24601 


27 


.014195 


.10269 


.10954 


.12323 


.13692 


.15062 


.16431 


.17800 


.19169 


.20538 


.21908 


28 


.012641 


.09145 


.09755 


.10974 


.12193 


.13413 


.14632 


.15851 


.17071 


.18290 


.19509 


29 


.011257 


.08144 


.08687 


.09773 


.10858 


.11944 


.13030 


.14116 


.15202 


.16288 


.17373 


30 


.010025 


.07253 


.07736 


.08703 


.09670 


.10637 


.11604 


.12571 


.13538 


.14505 


.15472 


31 


.008928 


.06459 


.06889 


.07751 


.08612 


.09473 


.10334 


.11195 


.12057 


.12918 


.13779 


32 


.00795 


.05751 


.06135 


.06902 


.07668 


.08435 


.09202 


.09969 


.10736 


.11503 


.12270 


33 


.00708 


.05122 


.05463 


.06146 


.06829 


.07512 


.08195 


.08878 


.09561 


.10244 


.10927 


34 


.006304 


.04561 


.04865 


.05473 


.06081 


.06689 


.07297 


.07905 


.08513 


.09121 


.09729 


35 


.005614 


.04061 


.04332 


.04874 


.05415 


.05957 


.06498 


.07040 


.07581 


.08123 


.08664 


36 


.005 


.03617 


.03858 


.04341 


.04823 


.05305 


.05788 


.06270 


.06572 


.07234 


.07717 


37 

38 


.004453 


.03222 


.03436 


.03866 


.04295 


.04725 


.05154 


.05584 


.06013 


.06443 


.06873 


.003965 


.02868 


.03060 


.03442 


.03825 


.04207 


.04590 


.04972 


.05354 


.05737 


.06119 


39 

40 


.003531 


.02555 


.02725 


.03065 


.03406 


.03747 


.04087 


.04428 


.04768 


.05109 


.05450 


.003144 


.02275 


.02426 


.02729 


.03033 


.03336 


.03639 


.03942 


.04246 


.04549 


.04852 


Gaugre Decimal 








Widths In Inches 












No. 


Inch 


4H 


5 


sy 2 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


6 


.16202 


2.81307 


3.12564 


3.43820 


3.75076 


4.37589 


5.00102 


5.62615 


6.25127 


6.87640 


7.50153 


7 

8 


.14428 


2.50506 


2.78340 


3.06174 


3.34008 


3.89676 


4.45344 


5.01012 


5.56680 


6.12348 


6.68016 


.12849 


2.23091 


2.47879 


2.72667 


2.97454 


3.47030 


3.96606 


4.46182 


4.95757 


5.45333 


5.94909 


9 

10 
11 
12 


.11443 


1.98679 


2.20755 


2.42830 


2.64906 


3.09056 


3.53207 


3.97358 


4.41509 


4.85660 


5.29811 


.10189 


1.76907 


1.06563 


2.16219 


2.35875 


2.75188 


3.14500 


3.53813 


3.93126 


4.32438 


4.71751 


.090742 


1.57551 


1.75056 


1.92562 


2.10068 


2.45079 


2.80090 


3.15102 


3.50113 


3.85124 


4.20136 


.080808 


1.40303 


1.55892 


1.71481 


1.87071 


2.18249 


2.49427 


2.80606 


3.11784 


3.42963 


3.74141 


13 
14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 


.071961 


1.24942 


1.38825 


1.52707 


1.66590 


1.94355 


2.22120 


2.49885 


2.77650 


3.05415 


3.33179 


.064084 


1.11266 


1.23629 


1.35992 


1.48355 


1.73080 


1.97806 


2.22532 


2.47257 


2.71983 


2.96709 


.057068 


.99084 


1.10094 


1.21103 


1.32112 


1.54131 


1.76150 


1.98169 


2.20187 


2.42206 


2.64225 


.05082 


.88236 


.98040 


1.07844 


1.17648 


1.37256 


1.56864 


1.76473 


1.96081 


2.15689 


2.35297 


.045257 


.78578 


.87308 


.96039 


1.04770 


1.22232 


1.39693 


1.57155 


1.74617 


1.92078 


2.09540 


.040303 


.69976 


.77751 


.85526 


.93302 


1.08852 


1.24402 


1.39952 


1.55502 


1.71053 


1.86603 


.03589 


.62314 


.69238 


.76162 


.83085 


.96933 


1.10781 


1.24628 


1.38476 


1.52323 


1.66171 


.031961 


.55492 


.61658 


.67824 


.73990 


.86321 


.98653 


1.10985 


1.23316 


1.35648 


1.47979 


.028462 


.49418 


.54908 


.60399 


.65890 


.76871 


.87853 


.98834 


1.09816 


1.20798 


1.31779 


.025347 


.44009 


.48899 


.53789 


.58678 


.68458 


.78238 


.88018 


.97797 


1.07577 


1.17357 


.022571 


.39189 


.43543 


.47898 


.52252 


.60961 


.69669 


.78378 


.87086 


.95795 


1.04504 


.0201 


.34899 


.38776 


.42654 


.46532 


.54287 


.62042 


.69797 


.77553 


.85308 


.93063 


.0179 


.31079 


.34532 


.37985 


.41439 


.48345 


.55251 


.62158 


.69064 


.75971 


.82877 


.01594 


.27676 


.30751 


.33826 


.36901 


.43051 


.49202 


.55352 


.61502 


.67652 


.73802 


27 

28 


.014195 


.24646 


.27385 


.30123 


.32861 


.38338 


.43815 


.49292 


.54769 


.60246 


.65723 


.012641 


.21948 


.24387 


.26825 


.29264 


.34141 


.39019 


.43896 


.48773 


.53651 


.58528 


29 

30 
31 
32 


.011257 


.19545 


.21717 


.23888 


.26060 


.30403 


.34747 


.39090 


.43433 


.47777 


.52120 


.010025 


.17406 


.19340 


.21274 


.23208 


.27076 


.30944 


.34812 


.38680 


.42548 


.46416 


.008928 


.15501 


.17224 


.18946 


.20668 


.24113 


.27558 


.31002 


.34447 


.37892 


.41337 


.00795 


.13803 


.15337 


.16871 


.18404 


.21472 


.24539 


.27606 


.30674 


.33741 


.36809 


33 
34 
35 
36 
37 


.00708 


.12293 


.13659 


.15024 


.16390 


.19122 


.21854 


.24585 


.27317 


.30049 


.32780 


.006304 


.10945 


.12162 


.13378 


.14594 


.17026 


.19458 


.21891 


.24323 


.26755 


.29188 


.005614 


.09747 


.10830 


.11913 


.12996 


.15163 


.17329 


.19495 


.21661 


.23827 


.25993 


.005 

.004453 

.003965 

.003531 

.003144 


.08681 
.07732 
.06884 
.06131 
.05459 


.09646 
.08591 
.07649 
.06812 
.06065 


.10610 
.09450 
.08414 
.07493 
.06672 


.11575 
.10309 
.09179 
.08174 
.07278 


.13504 


.15433 


.17363 


.19292 


.21221 


.23150 


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AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



Seamless Brass and Copper Tubing 

Weights Per Lineal Foot — Exact Outside Diameters and Corresponding Inside Diameters. 



Gauge No.. 

Dec. Wall Thickness. 
O.D.Inch 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
ik Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
g :1 2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
$z Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
A Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
3*2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
& Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



11 
.120 



12 
.109 



14 
.083 



16 
.065 



18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


.049 


.042 


.035 


.032 


.028 



ffc 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
hh Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
Y% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
A Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
l / 2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



ft 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
$/% Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



.34375 
.17775 
.252 
.264 

.375 
.209 
.280 
.295 

.4375 
.2715 
.340 
.358 



.500 
.260 
.528 
.554 

.5625 
.3225 
.615 
.646 

.625 
.385 
.701 
.738 



.500 
.282 
.493 
.518 

.5625 
.3445 
.572 
.601 

.625 
.407 
.651 
.685 



.500 
.334 
.400 
.421 

.5625 
.3965 
.461 
.484 

.625 
.459 
.521 
.547 



.250 
.120 
.139 
.146 

.28125 
.15125 
.163 
.171 

.3125 
.1825 
.186 
.196 

.34375 
.21375 
.210 
.221 

.375 
.245 
.233 
.245 

.4375 
.3075 
.280 
.296 

.500 
.370 
.327 
.344 

.5625 
.4325 
.374 
.393 

.625 
.495 
.421 
.443 



.125 
.027 
.04309 
.04530 

.15625 
.05825 
.06080 
.06393 

.1875 
.0895 
.07852 
.08256 

.21875 
.12075 
.09624 
.1012 

.250 
.152 
.1140 
.1198 

.28125 
.18325 
.1317 
.1384 

.3125 
.2145 
.1494 
.1571 

.34375 
.24575 
.1671 
.1757 

.375 
.277 
.185 
.194 

.4375 
.3395 
.220 
.232 

.500 
.402 
.256 
.269 

.5625 
.4645 
.291 
.306 

.625 
.527 
.327 
.343 



.125 
.041 
.04033 
.04241 

.15625 
.07225 
.05552 
.05838 

.1875 
.1035 
.07070 
.07434 

.21875 
.13475 
.08589 
.09031 

.250 
.163 
.1011 
.1063 

.28125 
.19725 
.1163 
.1222 

,3125 
.2285 

.1314 
.1382 

.34375 
.25975 
.1466 
.1542 

.375 
.291 
.162 
.170 

.4375 
.3535 
.192 
.202 

.500 
.416 
.223 
.234 

.5625 
.4785 
.253 
.266 

.625 
.541 
.283 
.298 



.09375 
.02375 
.02381 
.02502 

.125 
.055 
.03645 
.03832 

.15625 
.08625 
.04100 
.05163 

.1875 
.1175 
.06175 
.06493 

.21875 
.14875 
.07441 
.07824 

.250 
.180 
.08706 
.09155 

.28125 
.21125 
.09972 
.1049 

.3125 
.2425 

.1124 
.1182 

.34375 
.27375 
.1250 
.1315 

.375 
.305 
.138 
.145 

.4375 
.3675 
.163 
.171 

.500 
.430 
.188 
.198 

.5625 
.4925 
.214 
.225 

.625 
.555 
.239 
.251 



.09375 
.02975 
.02286 
.02404 

.125 
.061 
.03443 
.03620 

.15625 
.09225 
.04600 
.04837 

.1875 
.1235 

.05757 
.06054 

.21875 
.15475 
.06914 
.07270 

.250 
.186 
.08071 
.08487 

.28125 
.21725 
.09228 
.09703 

.3125 
.2485 
.1039 
.1092 

.34375 
.27975 
.1154 
.1214 

.375 
.311 
.127 
.134 

.4375 
.3735 
.150 
.158 

.500 
.436 
.173 
.182 

.5625 
.4985 
.196 
.207 

.625 
.561 
.220 
.231 



.09375 
.03775 
.02130 
.02240 

.125 
.069 
.03142 
.03304 

.15625 
.10025 
.04155 
.04369 

.1875 
.1315 

.05167 
.05433 

.21875 
.16275 
.06179 
.06498 

.250 
.194 
.07892 
.07562 

.28125 
.22525 
.08204 
.08267 

.3125 
.2565 
.09217 
.09691 

.34375 
.28775 
.1023 
.1076 

.375 
.319 
.112 
.118 

.4375 
.3815 
.133 
.139 

.500 
.444 
.153 
.161 

.5625 
.5065 
.173 
.182 

.625 
.569 
.193 
.203 



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Weights Per Lineal Foot— Exact Outside Diameters and Corresponding Inside Diameters. 



Gaugre No. 


23 
9 .025 


24 
.022 


25 
.020 


20 
.018 


27 
.016 


28 

.014 


29 
.013 


30 
.012 


31 
.010 


Dec. Wall Thicknes 
O. D. Inch 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
tW Dec. Inch I. D. 


.0625 
.0125 


.0625 
.0185 


.0625 
.0225 


.0625 
.0265 


.0625 
.0305 


.0625 
.0345 


.0625 
.0365 


.0625 
.0385 


.0625 
0425 


Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.01085 
.01141 


.01031 
.01084 


.00983 
.01034 


.00927 
.00974 


.00861 
.00905 


.00786 
.00826 


.007445 
.007829 


.007011 
.007372 


.006074 
.006387 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
^ Dec. Inch I. D. 


.09375 


.09375 


.09375 


.09275 


.09375 


.09375 


.09375 


.09375 


09375 


.04375 


.04975 


.05375 


.05775 


.06175 


.06575 


.06775 


.06975 


07375 


Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.01989 
.02091 


.01826 
.01920 


.01707 
.01794 


.01578 
.01659 


.01439 
.01513 


.01292 
.01358 


.01215 
.01277 


.01135 
.01193 


.00969 
.01019 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.125 
.075 
.02892 
.03041 


.125 
.081 
.02622 
.02757 


.125 
.085 
.02430 
.02555 


.125 
.089 
.02228 
.02343 


.125 
.093 
.02018 
.02122 


.125 
.097 
.01798 
.01891 


.125 
.0990 
.01685 
.01771 


.125 
.1010 

.01569 
.01650 


.125 
.1040 
.01331 
.01399 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
A Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght Ft. Copper 


.15625 
.10625 
.03796 
.03992 


.15625 
.11225 
.03417 
.03593 


.15625 
.11625 
.03153 
.03315 


.15625 
.12025 
.02879 
.03027 


.15625 
.12425 
.02596 
.02730 


.15625 
.12825 
.02304 
.02423 


.15625 
.13025 
.02155 
.02266 


.15625 
.13225 
.02003 
.02106 


.15625 
.13625 
.01692 
.01779 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
fk Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.1875 
.1375 
.04700 
.04942 


.1875 
.1435 
.04213 
.04429 


.1875 
.1475 
.03876 
.04075 


.1875 
.1515 

.03530 
.03712 


.1875 
.1555 
.03175 
.03338 


.1875 
.1595 

.02810 
.02955 


.1875 
.1615 
.02625 
.02760 


.1875 
.1635 

.02437 
.02562 


.1875 
.1675 
.02054 
.02159 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
5*5 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.21875 
.16875 
.05604 
.05893 


.21875 
.17475 
.05008 
.05266 


.21875 
.17875 
.04599 
.04836 


.21875 
.18275 
.04181 
.04396 


.21875 
.18675 
.03753 
.03946 


.21875 
.19075 
.03317 
.03487 


.21875 
.19275 
.03095 
.03254 


.21875 
.19475 
.02870 
.03018 


.21875 
.19875 
.02415 
.02540 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
l 4 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.250 
.200 
.06508 
.06843 


.250 
.206 
.05803 
.06102 


.250 
.210 
.05322 
.05596 


.250 
.214 
.04832 
.05080 


.250 
.218 
.04332 
.04555 


.250 
.222 
.03823 
.04019 


.250 
.224 
.03565 
.03748 


.250 
.226 
.03304 
.03474 


.250 
.230 
.02777 
.02920 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
& Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.28125 
.23125 
.07412 
.07794 


.28125 
.23725 
.06599 
.06939 


.28125 
.24125 
.06045 
.06356 


.28125 
.24525 
.05482 
.05765 


.28125 
.24925 
.04910 
.05163 


.28125 
.25325 
.04329 
.04552 


.28125 
.25525 
.04035 
.04242 


.28125 
.25725 
.03738 
.03931 


.28125 
.26125 
.03138 
.03300 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
tk Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.3125 
.5625 
.08316 
.08744 


.3125 
.5685 
.07394 
.07775 


.3125 
.2725 
.06768 
.07117 


.3125 
.2765 
.06133 
.06449 


.3125 
.2805 
.05489 
.05771 


.3125 
.2845 
.04835 
.05084 


.3125 
.2865 

.04505 
.04737 


.3125 
.2885 
.04172 
.04387 


.3125 
.2925 
.03500 
.03680 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
ii Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.34375 
.29375 
.09220 
.09694 


.34375 
.29975 
.08190 
.08611 


.34375 
.30375 
.07492 
.07877 


.34375 
.30775 
.06784 
.07133 


.34375 
.31175 
.06067 
.06380 


.34375 
.31575 
.05341 
.05616 


.34375 
.31775 
.04975 
.05231 


.34375 
.31975 
.04606 
.04843 


.34375 
.32375 
.03861 
.04060 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
H Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.375 
.325 
.101 
.106 


.375 
.331 
.090 
.094 


.375 
.335 
.082 
.086 


.375 
.339 
.07435 
.07818 


.375 
.343 
.06646 
.06988 


.375 
.347 
.05847 
.06148 


.375 
.3490 
.05445 
.05725 


.375 
.3510 
.05040 
.05299 


.375 
.3550 
.04223 
.04440 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
A Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.4375 
.3875 
.119 
.125 


.4375 
.3935 
.106 
.111 


.4375 
.3975 
.097 
.102 


.4375 
.4015 
.08736 
.09186 


.4375 
.4055 

.07803 
.08204 


.4375 
.4095 
.06860 
.07213 


.4375 
.4115 
.06385 
.06714 


.4375 
.4135 
.05908 
.06212 


.4375 
.4175 
.04946 
.05201 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
y 2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.500 
.450 
.137 
.144 


.500 
.456 
.122 
.128 


.500 
.460 

.111 
.117 


.500 
.464 
.1004 
.1055 


.500 
.468 
.08960 
.09421 


.500 
.472 
.07872 
.08277 


.500 
.474 
.07325 
.07702 


.500 
.476 
.06775 
.07124 


.500 
.480 
.05669 
.05961 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
1% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.5625 
.5125 
.156 
.163 


.5625 
.5185 
.138 
.145 


.5625 
.5225 
.126 
.132 


.5625 
.5265 
.1134 
.1192 


.5625 
.5305 
.1012 
.1064 


.5625 
.5345 
.08885 
.09342 


.5625 
.5365 
.08265 
.08690 


.5625 
.5385 
.07643 
.08037 


.5625 
.5425 
.06392 
.06721 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
H Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.625 
.575 
.174 
.182 


.625 
.581 
.153 
.161 


.625 
.585 
.140 
.147 


.625 
.589 
.1264 
.1329 


.625 
.593 
.1127 
.1185 


.625 
.597 
.09897 
.1041 


.625 
.599 

.09205 
.09679 


.625 
.601 
.08511 
.08949 


.625 
.605 

.07115 
.07482 




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Seamless Brass and Copper Tubing 

Weights Per Lineal Foot— Exact Outside Diameters and Corresponding Inside Diameters. 



Gauge No. 8 

Dec. Wall Thickness. .165 
O. D. Inch 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

}| Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

Y A Dec. Inch L D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

\l Dec. Inch L D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

% Dec. Inch I. D. .- 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

U Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

1 Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass - 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
1& Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

1% Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 

Hg Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 

Wght. Ft. Copper 



9 
.148 



10 
.134 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
1 % Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
lfk Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
l$i Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
1 T 7 e Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
1*4 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



lft 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



1.25 

.920 
2.071 
2.178 

1.3125 
.9825 
2.191 
2.304 

1.375 
1.045 
2.310 
2.429 

1.4375 
1.1075 
2.429 
2.655 

1.500 
1.17 
2.549 
2.680 

1.5625 
1.2325 
2.668 
2.806 



1.25 
.954 
1.887 
1.984 

1.3125 
1.0165 
1.944 
2.007 

1.375 
1.079 
2.101 
2.209 

1.4375 
1.1415 
2.258 
2.322 

1.500 
1.204 
2.315 
2.434 

1.5625 
1.2665 
2.422 
2.547 



1.25 
.982 
1.730 
1.819 

1.3125 
1.0445 
1.827 
1.921 

1.375 
1.107 
1.924 
2.023 

1.4375 
1.1695 
2.021 
2.125 

1.500 
1.232 
2.118 
2.227 

1.5625 
1.2945 
2.215 
2.329 



11 
.120 

.6875 
.4475 
.788 
.828 

.750 
.510 
.875 
.920 

.8125 
.5725 
.962 
1.011 

.875 

.635 
1.048 
1.102 

.9375 
.6975 

1.135 
1.193 

1.00 
.760 
1.222 
1.285 

1.0625 
.8225 
1.308 
1.376 

1.125 

.885 

1.395 

1.467 

1.1875 
.9475 
1.482 
1.559 

1.25 
1.01 

1.569 
1.650 

1.3125 
1.0725 
1.652 
1.741 

1.375 
1.135 
1.742 
1.832 

1.4375 
1.1975 
1.829 
1.924 

1.500 
1.260 
1.916 
2.015 

1.5625 
1.3225 
2.003 
2.106 



12 
.109 

.6875 
.4695 
.730 
.767 

.750 
.532 
.808 
.850 

.8125 
.5945 
.887 
.933 

.875 

.657 

.966 

1.016 

.9375 
.7195 

1.045 

1.099 

1.00 
.782 

1.124 
1.181 

1.0625 
.8445 
1.202 
1.264 

1.125 
.907 

1.281 
1.347 

1.1875 
.9655 
1.360 
1.430 

1.25 
1.032 
1.439 
1.513 

1.3125 
1.1045 
1.518 
1.530 

1.375 
1.157 
1.597 
1.679 

1.4375 
1.2195 
1.676 
1.762 

1.500 
1.282 
1.754 
1.844 

1.5625 
1.3445 
1.833 
1.927 



14 
.083 

.6875 
.5215 
.581 
.610 

.750 
.584 
.641 
.673 

.8125 
.6465 
.701 
.737 

.875 
.709 
.761 
.800 

.9375 
.7715 
.821 
.863 

1.00 
.834 
.881 
.926 

1.0625 
.8965 
.940 
.989 

1.125 

.959 

1.000 

1.052 

1.1875 
1.0215 
1.061 
1.115 

1.25 
1.084 
1.121 
1.178 

1.3125 
1.1465 
1.181 
1.241 

1.375 
1.209 
1.241 
1.304 

1.4375 
1.2715 
1.301 
1.368 

1.500 
1.334 
1.361 
1.431 

1.5625 
1.3965 
1.421 
1.494 



16 
.065 

.6875 
.5575 
.468 
.492 

.750 
.620 
.515 
.542 

.8125 
.6825 
.562 
.591 

.875 
.745 
.609 
.640 

.9375 
.8075 
.656 
.690 

1.00 
.870 
.703 
.739 

1.0625 
.9325 
.748 
.764 

1.125 
.995 
.792 
.838 

1.1875 
1.0575 

.842 

.888 

1.25 
1.120 

.891 
.937 

1.3125 

1.1825 

.938 

.987 

1.375 

1.245 

.985 

1.036 

1.4375 
1.3075 
1.032 
1.086 

1.50 
1.37 
1.079 
1.135 

1.5625 
1.4325 
1.126 
1.185 



18 
.049 

.6875 
.5895 
.362 
.381 

.750 
.652 
.397 
.418 

.8125 
.7145 
.433 
.455 

.875 
.777 
.468 
.492 

.9375 
.8395 
.504 
.530 

1.00 
.902 
.539 
.567 

1.0625 
.9645 
.575 
.604 

1.125 
1.027 

.610 

.641 

1.1875 
1.0895 

.646 

.679 

1.25 
1.152 

.681 
.716 

1.3125 

1.2145 

.717 

.753 

1.375 

1.277 

.752 

.790 

1.4375 

1.3395 

.788 

.828 

1.50 
1.402 
.823 
.865 

1.5625 

1.4645 

.859 

.902 



19 
.042 

.6875 
.6035 
.314 
.330 

.750 
.666 
.344 
.362 

.8125 
.7285 
.374 
.394 

.875 
.791 
.405 
.426 

.9375 
.8535 
.435 
.458 

1.00 
.916 
.466 
.489 

1.0625 
.9785 
.496 
.521 

1.125 
1.041 

.526 

.553 

1.1875 
1.1035 

.557 

.585 

1.25 
1.166 
.587 
.617 

1.3125 

1.2285 

.618 

.649 

1.375 
1.291 

.648 
.681 

1.4375 

1.3535 

.679 

.713 

1.50 
1.416 
.709 
.745 

1.5625 

1.4785 

.739 

.777 



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Weights Per Lineal Foot — Exact Outside Diameters and Corresponding Inside Diameters. 



Gaugre No. 20 

Dec. Wall Thickness. .035 
O . D. Inch 


21 

.032 


22 

.028 


23 

.025 


24 
.022 


25 
.020 


H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.6875 
.6175 
.264 
.278 


.6875 
.6235 
.243 
.255 


.6875 
.6315 
.214 
.225 


.6875 
.6375 
.192 
.201 


.6875 
.6435 
.169 
.178 


.6875 
.6475 
.154 
.162 


H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.750 
.680 
.290 
.304 


.750 
.686 
.266 
.280 


.750 
.694 
.234 
.246 


.750 
.700 
.210 
.220 


.750 
.706 
.185 
.195 


.750 
.710 
.169 
.178 


it 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.8125 
.7425 
.315 
.331 


.8125 
.7485 
.289 
.304 


.8125 
.7565 
.254 
.267 


.8125 
.7625 
.228 
.240 


.8125 
.7685 
.201 
.212 


.8125 
.7725 
.183 
.193 


H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.875 
.805 
.340 
.358 


.875 
.811 
.312 
.328 


.875 
.819 
.274 
.289 


.875 
.825 
.246 
.259 


.875 
.831 
.217 
.228 


.875 

• .835 

.198 

.208 


il 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


.9375 
.8675 
.366 
.384 


.9375 
.8735 
.335 
.353 


.9375 
.8815 
.295 
.310 


.9375 
.8875 
.264 
.278 


.9375 
8935 
.233 
.245 


.9375 
.8975 
.212 
.223 


l 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.00 
.930 
.391 
.411 


1.00 
.936 
.358 
.377 


1.00 
.944 
.315 
.331 


LOO 
.950 
.282 
.297 


1.00 
.956 
.249 
.262 


1.00 
.960 
.227 
.238 


ift 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.0625 
.9925 
.416 
.4375 


1.0625 
.9985 
.382 
.402 


1.0625 

1.0065 

.335 

.353 


1.0625 

1.0125 

.300 

.316 


1.0625 

1.0185 

.265 

.279 


1.0625 

1.0225 

.242 

.254 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.125 

1.055 

.441 

.464 


1.125 

1.061 

.405 

.426 


1.125 

1.069 

.355 

.374 


1.125 

1.075 

.318 

.335 


1.125 

1.081 

.281 

.295 


1.125 

1.085 

.256 

.269 


if* 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.1875 
1.1175 

.467 
.491 


1.1875 

1.1235 

.428 

.450 


1.1875 

1.1315 

.376 

.395 


1.1875 
1.1375 

.336 
.354 


1.1875 

1.1435 

.297 

.312 


1.1875 

1.1475 

.271 

.284 


w 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.250 

1.180 

.492 

.517 


1.250 
1.186 

.451 
.474 


1.250 

1.194 

.396 

.416 


1.250 

1.200 

.354 

.373 


1.250 

1.206 

.313 

.329 


1.250 

1.210 

.285 

.299 


i a 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


■ 1.3125 
1.2425 
.518 
.544 


1.3125 

1.2485 

.474 

.499 


1.3125 

1.2565 

.416 

.438 


1.3125 

1.2625 

.373 

.392 


1.3125 

1.2685 

.329 

.346 


1.3125 

1.2725 

.300 

.315 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.375 

1.305 

.543 

.571 


1.375 

1.311 

.497 

.523 


1.375 

1.319 

.436 

.459 


1.375 

1.325 

.391 

.411 


1.375 

1.331 

.344 

.362 


1.375 

1.335 

.314 

.330 


I* 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.4375 

1.3675 

.568 

.598 


1.4375 

1.3735 

.521 

.547 


1.4375 

1.3815 

.457 

.480 


1.4375 

1.3875 

.409 

.430 


1.4375 

1.3935 

.360 

.379 


1.4375 

1.3975 

.328 

.345 


w 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.500 

1.430 

.593 

.624 


1.500 

1.436 

.544 

.571 


1.500 

1.444 

.477 

.501 


1.500 

1.450 

.427 

.449 


1.500 

1.456 

.376 

.396 


1.500 

1.460 

.342 

.360 


ift 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.5625 

1.4925 

.619 

.651 


1.5625 

1.4985 

.567 

.596 


1.5625 

1.5065 

.497 

.523 


1.5625 

1.5125 

.445 

.468 


1.5625 
1.5185 
.392 
.413 


1.5625 

1.5225 

.357 

.376 



26 
.018 

.6875 
.6515 
.1394 
.1466 

.750 
.714 
.1524 
.1603 

.8125 
.7765 
.1655 
.1740 

.875 
.839 
.1785 
.1877 

.9375 
.9015 
.1915 
.2014 

1.00 
.964 
.2045 
.2150 



27 
.016 

.6875 
.6555 
.1243 
.1307 

.750 
.718 
.1359 
.1429 

.8125 
.7805 
.1474 
.1550 

.875 
.843 
.1590 
.1672 

.9375 
.9055 

.1706 
.1794 

1.00 
.988 
.1822 
.1915 



28 
.014 

.6875 
.6595 
.1091 
.1147 

,750 
.722 
.1192 
.1254 

.8125 
.7845 
.1293 
.1360 

.875 
.847 
.1395 
.1466 

.9375 
.9095 
.1496 
.1573 

1.00 
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.1597 
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O. D. Inch 


9 
.148 


10 

.134 


11 
.120 


12 
.109 


14 
.083 


16 
.065 


18 
.049 


19 
.042 


w 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.625 
1.295 
2.787 
2.931 


1.625 
1.329 
2.529 
2.659 


1.625 
1.357 
2.312 
2.431 


1.625 
1.385 
2.090 
2.197 


1.625 
1.407 
1.912 
2.010 


1.625 
1.459 
1.481 
1.557 


1.625 
1.495 
1.173 
1.234 


1.625 

1.527 

.894 

.939 


1.625 

1.541 

.769 

.809 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.75 
1.420 
3.026 
3.182 


1.75 
1.454 
2.743 
2.884 


1.75 
1.482 
2.505 
2.634 


1.75 
1.510 
2.263 
2.380 


1.75 
1.532 
2.070 
2.176 


1.75 
1.584 
1.601 
1.683 


1.750 
1.620 
1.267 
1.332 


1.750 

1.652 

.964 

1.014 


1.750 
1.666 
.830 
.873 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


1.875 
1.545 
3.264 
3.432 


1.875 
1.579 
2.957 
3.109 


1.875 
1.607 
2.699 
2.838 


1.875 
1.635 
2.437 
2.562 


1.875 
1.657 

2.227 
2.342 


1.875 
1.709 
1.721 
1.809 


1.875 
1.745 
1.361 
1.431 


1.875 
1.777 
1.035 
1.088 


1.875 

1.791 

.891 

.937 


2 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.00 
1.670 
3.503 
3.683 


2.00 
1.704 
3.171 
3.334 


2.00 
1.732 
2.893 
3.042 


2.00 
1.760 

2.610 
2.744 


2.00 
1.782 
2.385 
2.507 


2.00 
1.834 
1.841 
1.936 


2.00 
1.870 
1.455 
1.530 


2.00 
1.902 
1. 106 
1.163 


2.00 
1.916 
.952 
1.000 


2% 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.125 
1.795 
3.742 
3.934 


2.125 
1.829 
3.385 
3.560 


2.125 
1.857 
3.087 
3.246 


2.125 
1.885 
2.784 
2.927 


2.125 
1.907 
2.542 
2.673 


2.125 
1.959 
1.961 
2.062 


2.125 
1.995 

1.549 
1.629 


2.125 
2.027 
1.177 
1.237 


2.125 
2.041 
1.012 
1.064 


2% 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.25 
1.920 
3.980 
4.185 


2.25 
1.954 
3.599 
3.785 


2.25 
1.982 
3.281 
3.449 


2.25 
2.010 
2.957 
3.109 


2.25 
2.032 
2.700 
2.839 


2.25 
2.084 
2.081 
2.188 


2.25 
2.120 
1.643 
1.728 


2.25 
2.152 
1.248 
1.312 


2.25 
2.166 

1.073 
1.128 


2H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.375 
2.045 
4.219 
4.436 


2.375 
2.079 
3.813 
4.010 


2.375 
2.107 
3.474 
3.653 


2.375 
2.135 
3.131 
3.292 


2.375 
2.157 
2.858 
3.005 


2.375 
2.209 

2.201 
2.314 


2.375 
2.245 
1.737 
1.827 


2.375 
2.277 
1.319 
1.387 


2.375 
2.291 
1.134 
1.192 


2% 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.50 
2.170 
4.458 
4.687 


2.50 
2.204 
4.027 
4.235 


2.50 
2.232 
3.668 
3.857 


2.50 
2.260 
3.304 
3.474 


2.50 
2.282 
3.015 
3,170 


2.50 
2.334 
2.321 
2.440 


2.50 
2.370 
1.831 
1.925 


2.50 
2.402 
1.390 
1.461 


2.50 
2.416 
1.194 
1.256 


2H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.625 
2.295 
4.696 
4.938 


2.625 
2.329 
4.241 
4.460 


2.625 
2.357 
3.862 
4.061 


2.625 
2.385 
3.478 
3.657 


2.625 
2.407 
3.173 
3.336 


2.625 
2.459 
2.441 
2.567 


2.625 
2.495 
1.925 
2.024 


2.625 
2.527 
1.460 
1.536 


2.625 
2.541 

1.255 
1.320 


2V A 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.75 
2.420 
4.935 
5.189 


2.75 
2.454 
4.456 
4.685 


2.75 
2.482 
4.056 
4.264 


2.75 
2.510 
3.651 
3.839 


2.75 
2.532 
3.331 
3.502 


2.75 
2.584 
2.561 
2.693 


2.75 
2.620 
2.019 
2.123 


2.75 
2.652 
1.531 
1.610 


2.75 
2.666 
1.316 
1.384 


2% 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


2.875 
2.545 
5.173 
5.440 


2.875 
2.579 
4.670 
4.910 


2.875 
2.607 
4.250 
4.468 


2.875 
2.635 
3.825 
4.022 


2.875 
2.668 
3.488 
3.668 


2.875 
2.819 
2.681 
2.819 


2.875 
2.745 
2.113 
2.222 


2.875 
2.777 
1.602 
1.685 


2.875 
2.791 
1.377 
1.448 


3 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.00 
2.670 
5.412 
5.691 


3.00 
2.704 
4.884 
5.135 


3.00 
2.732 
4.443 
4.672 


3.00 
2.760 
3.999 
4.204 


3.00 
2.782 
3.646 
3.834 


3.00 
2.834 
2.801 
2.945 


3.00 
2.870 
2.207 
2.321 


3.00 
2.902 
1.673 
1.759 


3.00 
2.916 
1.437 
1.511 


3/s 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.125 
2.795 
5.651 
5.942 


3.125 
2.829 
5.098 
5.361 


3.125 
2.857 
4.637 
4.876 


3.125 
2.885 
4.172 
4.387 


3.125 
2.907 
3.804 
3.999 


3.125 
2.959 
2.921 
3.072 


3.125 
2.995 
2.301 
2.420 


3.125 
3.027 
1.744 
1.834 


3.125 
3.041 
1.498 
1.575 


3/ 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.25 
2.929 
5.889 
6.193 


3.25 
2.954 
5.312 
5.585 


3.25 
2.982 
4.831 
5.080 


3.25 
3.010 
4.346 
4.569 


3.25 
3.032 
3.961 
4.165 


3.25 
3.084 
3.041 
3.198 


3.25 
3.120 
2.395 
2.519 


3.25 
3.152 
1.815 
1.908 


3.25 
3.166 
1.559 
1.639 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.375 
3.045 
6.128 
6.443 


3.375 
3.079 
5.526 
5.810 


3.375 
3.107 
5.025 
5,283 


3.375 
3.135 
4.519 
4.752 


3.375 
3.157 
4.119 
4.331 


3.375 
3.209 
3.161 
3.324 


3.375 
3.245 
2.489 
2.617 


3.375 
3.277 
1.886 
1.933 


3.375 
3.291 
1.620 
1.703 






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Dec. Wall Thickness .035 
O.D.Xnch 

Dec. Inch O. D. 1.625 

iy$ Dec. Inch I. D. 1.555 

Wght. Ft. Brass .644 

Wght. Ft. Copper .677 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
\y A Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
V/% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



2H 



Dec. Inch O. D, 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
2% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
2Y % Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
2y 2 Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
2 Y% Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
1Y± Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
2l/ % Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



1.750 
1.680 

.695 

.730 

1.875 

1.805 

.745 

.783 

2.00 
1.930 
.796 
.837 

2.125 

2.055 

.846 

.890 

2.25 
2.180 
.897 
.943 

2.375 

2.305 

.948 

.996 

2.50 
2.430 
.998 
1.050 

2.625 
2.555 
1.049 
1.103 

2.750 
2.680 
1.099 
1.156 

2.875 
2.805 
1.150 
1.209 



21 
.032 

1.625 
1.561 

.590 

.620 

1.750 
1.686 

.636 

.669 

1.875 

1.811 
.682 
.717 

2.00 
1.936 
.729 
.766 

2.125 

2.061 

.775 

.815 

2.25 
2.186 
.821 
.863 

2.375 

2.311 

.868 

.912 

2.50 
2.436 
.914 
.961 

2.625 

2.561 

.960 

1.009 

2.750 
2.686 
1,006 
1.058 

2.875 
2.811 
1.053 
1.107 



22 
.028 

1.625 
1.569 

.517 
.544 

1.750 
1.694 

.558 

.587 

1.875 

1.819 
,598 
.629 

2.00 
1.944 
.639 
.672 

2.125 

2.069 

.679 

.714 

2.25 
2.194 
.720 
.757 

2.375 

2.319 

.760 

.799 

2.50 
2.444 
.801 
.842 

2.625 

2.569 

.841 

.885 

2.750 

2.694 

.882 

.927 

2.875 

2.819 

.922 

.970 



.025 

1.625 
1.575 

.463 

.487 

1.750 
1.700 

.499 

.525 

1.875 

1.825 

.535 

.563 

2.00 
1.950 
.571 
.601 

2.125 

2.075 

.607 

.639 

2.25 
2.200 
.644 
.677 

2.375 

2.325 

.680 

.715 

2.50 
2.450 
.716 
.753 

2.625 

2.575 

.752 

.791 

2.750 

2.700 

.788 

.829 

2.875 

2.825 

.824 

.867 



24 

X22 

1.625 

1.581 

.408 

.429 

1.750 

1.706 

.440 

.462 

1.875 

1.831 

.472 

.460 

2.00 
1.956 
.503 
.529 

2.125 

2.081 

.535 

.563 

2.25 
2.206 
.567 
.596 

2.375 

2.331 

.599 

.630 

2.50 
2.456 
.631 
.663 



25 
.020 

1.625 

1.585 

.371 

.391 

1.750 

1.710 

.400 

.421 

1.875 
1.835 

.429 
.451 

2.00 
1.960 
.458 
.482 

2.125 

2.085 

.487 

.512 

2.25 
2.210 
.516 
.543 

2.375 

2.335 

.545 

.573 

2.50 
2.460 
.574 
.603 



■ 
I 



Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 



3.00 
2.930 
1.201 
1.262 



3.00 
2.936 
1.099 
1.155 



3.00 
2.944 
.963 
1.012 



3.00 
2.950 
.861 
.905 



Dec. Inch O. D. 3.125 3.125 3.125 3.125 

V4 Dec. Inch I. D. 3.055 3.061 3.069 3.075 

Wght. Ft. Brass 1.251 1.145 1.003 .897 

Wght. Ft. Copper 1.316 1.204 1.055 .943 



Dec. Inch O. D. 3.25 

3 J 4 Dec. Inch I. D. 3.18 

Wght. Ft. Brass 1.302 

Wght. Ft. Copper 1.369 

Dec. Inch O. D. 3.375 

iy % Dec. Inch I. D. 3.305 

Wght. Ft. Brass 1.353 

Wght. Ft. Copper 1.422 



3.25 
3.186 
1.191 
1.253 

3.375 
3.311 
1.238 
1.301 



3.25 
3.194 
1.044 
1.097 

3.375 
3.319 

1.084 
1.140 



3.25 

3.20 
.933 
.981 

3.375 

3.325 

.969 

1.019 



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Gauce Wo. 


8 
.165 


9 
.148 


10 

.134 


11 
.120 


12 

.109 


14 
.083 


16 
.065 


18 
.049 


19 
.042 


20 


Dec.~Wall Thickness 
O. D. Inch 


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%y 2 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.50 
3.170 
6.367 
6.694 


3.50 
3.204 
5.740 
6.035 


3.50 
3.232 
5.219 
5.487 


3.50 
3.260 
4.693 
4.934 


3.50 
3.282 
4.276 
4.497 


3.50 
3.334 

3.281 
3.450 


3.50 
3.370 
2.583 
2.716 


3.50 
3.402 
1.957 
2.057 


3.50 
3.416 
1.680 
1.767 


3.50 
3.430 
1.403 
1.475 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.625 
3.295 

6.605 
6.945 


3,625 
3.329 
5.954 
6.260 


3.625 
3.357 
5.413 
5.691 


3.625 
3.385 
4.866 
5.117 


3.625 
3.407 
4.434 
4.662 


3.625 
3.459 
3.401 
3.576 


3.625 
3.495 
2,677 
2.815 


3.625 
3.527 
2.027 
2.132 


3.625 
3.541 
1.741 
1.831 


3.625 
3.555 
1.454 
1.529 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.750 
3.420 
6.844 
7.196 


3.750 
3.454 
6.168 
6.485 


3.750 
3.482 
5.606 
5.895 


3.750 
3.510 
5.040 
5.299 


3.750 
3.532 
4.592 
4.828 


3.750 
3.584 
3.521 
3.703 


3.75 
3.620 
2.771 
2.914 


3.75 
3.652 

2.098 
2.206 


3.75 
3.666 
1.802 
1.895 


3.75 
3.680 
1.504 
1.582 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


3.875 
3.545 
7.083 
7.447 


3.875 
3.579 
6.382 
6.710 


3.875 
3.607 
5.800 
6.098 


3.875 
3.635 

5.213 
5.482 


3,875 
3.657 
4.749 
4.994 


3.875 
3.709 
3.642 
3.829 


3.875 
3.745 
2.865 
3.013 


3.875 
3.777 
2.169 
2.281 


3.875 
3.791 
1.863 
1.958 


3.875 
3.805 
1.555 
1.635 


4 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


4.00 
3.670 
7.321 
7.698 


4.00 
3.704 
6.596 
6.935 


4.00 
3.732 
5.994 
6.302 


4.00 
3.760 
5.387 
5.664 


4.00 
3.782 
4.907 
5.160 


4.00 
3.834 
3.762 
3.955 


4.00 
3.870 
2.959 
3.112 


4.00 
3.902 
2.240 
2.355 


4.00 
3.916 
1.923 
2.022 


4.00 
3.930 

1.606 
1.688 


4^ 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


4.125 
3.795 
7.560 
7.949 


4.125 
3.729 

6.810 
7.161 


4.125 
3.857 
6.188 
6.506 


4.125 
3.885 
5.561 
5.847 


4.125 
3.907 

5.065 
5.325 


4.125 
3.959 
3.882 
4.081 


4.125 
3.995 
3.053 
3.210 


4.125 
4.027 
2.311 
2.430 


4.125 
4.041 
1.984 
2.086 


4.125 
4.055 
1.656 
1.741 


4% 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch L D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


4.25 
3.920 
7.798 
8.20 


4.25 
3.954 
7.024 
7.386 


4.25 
3.982 
6.381 
6.710 


4.25 
4.010 
5.734 
6.029 


4.25 
4.032 
5.222 
5.491 


4.25 
4.084 
4.002 
4.207 


4.25 
4.120 
3.147 
3.309 


4.25 
4.152 
2.382 
2.504 


4.25 
4.166 
2.045 
2.150 


4.25 
4.180 
1.707 
1.795 


*V2 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


4.50 
4.170 
8.276 
8.702 


4.50 
4.204 
7.452 
7.836 


4.50 
4.232 

6.769 
7.117 


4.50 
4.260 
6.081 
6.394 


4.50 
4.282 
5.538 
5.823 


4.50 
4.334 
4.242 
4.460 


4.50 
4.370 
3.335 
3.507 


4.50 
4.402 
2.523 
2.653 


4.50 
4.416 
2.166 
2.278 


4.50 
4.430 
1.808 
1.901 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


4.75 
4.420 
8.753 
9.203 


4.75 
4.454 
7.880 
8.286 


4.75 
4.482 
7.157 
7.525 


4.75 
4.510 
6.428 
6.759 


4.75 
4.532 

5.853 
6.154 


4.75 
4.584 
4.482 
4.712 


4.75 
4.620 
3.523 
3.705 


4.75 
4.652 
2.665 
2.802 


4.75 
4.666 
2.288 
2.406 


4.75 
4.680 
1.909 
2.008 


5 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


5.00 
4.670 
9.230 
9.705 


5.00 
4.704 
8.308 
8.736 


5.00 
4.732 
7.544 
7.932 


5.00 
4.760 
6.775 
7.124 


5.00 
4.782 
6.168 
6.486 


5.00 
4.834 
4.722 
4.965 


5.00 
4.870 
3.711 
3.902 


5.00 
4.902 
2.807 
2.951 


5.00 
4.916 
2.409 
2.533 


5.00 
4.930 
2.011 
2.114 


sy 4 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


5.25 
4.920 
9.707 
10.21 


5.25 
4.954 
8.736 
9.186 


5.25 
4.982 
7.932 
8.340 


5.25 
5.010 
7.122 
7.489 


5.25 
5.032 
6.483 
6.817 


5.25 
5.084 
4.962 
5.217 


5.25 
5.120 
3.899 
4.100 


5.25 
5.152 
2.949 
3.100 


5,25 
5.166 
2.531 
2.661 


5.25 
5.180 
2.112 
2.220 


sy 2 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft, Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


5.50 
5.170 
10.18 
10.71 


5.50 
5.204 
9.165 
9.636 


5.50 
5.232 
8.319 
8.747 


5.50 
5.260 
7.470 
7.854 


5.50 
5.282 
6.799 
7.149 


5.50 
5.334 
5.202 
5.470 


5,50 
5.370 
4.087 
4.298 


5.50 
5.402 
3.090 
3.249 


5.50 
5.416 
2.652 
2.789 


5.50 
5.430 
2.213 
2.327 


*H 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


5.75 
5.420 
10.66 
11.21 


5.75 
5.451 
9.593 
10.09 


5.75 
5.482 

8.707 
9.155 


5.75 
5.510 
7.817 
8.219 


5.75 
5.532 
7.114 
7.480 


5.75 
5.584 
5.442 
5.722 


5.75 
5.620 
4.275 
4.495 


5.75 
5.652 

3.232 
3.398 


5.75 
5.666 

2.774 
2.916 


5.75 
5.680 
2.314 
2.433 


6 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


6.00 
5.670 
11.14 
11.71 


6.00 
5.704 
10.02 
10.54 


6.00 
5.732 
9.094 
9.563 


6.00 
5.760 
8.164 
8.584 


6.00 
5.782 
7.429 
7.812 


6.00 
5.834 
5.682 
5.975 


6.00 
5.870 
4.463 
4.693 


6.00 
5.902 
3.374 
3.547 


6.00 
5.916 

2.895 
3.044 


6.00 
5.930 
2.416 
2.540 




Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


6.25 

5.92 

11.62 

12.21 


6.25 
5.954 
10.45 
10.99 


6.25 
5.982 
9.482 
9.970 


6.25 
6.010 
8.511 
8.949 


6.25 
6.032 
7.745 
8.143 


6.25 
6.084 
5.922 
6.227 


6.25 
6.120 
4.651 
4.891 


6.25 
6.152 

3.516 
3.696 


6.25 
6.166 
3.017 
3.172 




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Weights Per Lineal Foot — Exact Outside Diameters and Corresponding Inside Diameters. 





O-augre No. 8 

Dec. Wall Thickness .165 


9 

.148 


10 
.134 


11 
.120 


12 
.109 


14 
.083 


16 
.065 


18 
.049 


19 
.042 


O.D.Inch 






















Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


6.50 
6.170 
12.09 
12.72 

6.75 
6.420 

12.57 
13.22 


6.50 
6.204 

10.88 
11.44 

6.75 
6.454 
11.30 
11.89 


6.50 
6.232 
9.870 
10.38 

6.75 
6.482 
10.26 
10.78 


6.50 
6.260 
8.858 
9.314 

6.75 
6.510 
9.205 
9.679 


6.50 
6.282 
8.060 
8.475 

6.75 
6.532 
8.375 
8.806 


6.50 
6.334 
6.162 
6.479 

6.75 
6.584 

6.402 
6.732 


6.50 
6.370 

4.839 
5.088 

6.75 
6.620 

5.027 
5.286 


6.50 
6.402 
3.657 
3.845 

6.75 
6.652 
3.799 
3.994 


6.50 


6K> 


6.416 




3.138 




3.300 




6.75 


Wa 


6.666 




3.260 




3.427 




Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 

Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 
Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 

Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 


7.00 
6.670 
13.05 
13.72 

7.25 
6.92 

13.53 
14.22 

7.50 
7.170 


7.00 
6.704 
11.73 
12.34 

7.25 
6.954 
12.16 
12.79 

7.50 
7.204 


7.00 
6.732 
10.64 
11.19 

7.25 
6.982 
11.03 
11.60 

7.50 
7.232 


7.00 
6.760 
9.552 
10.04 

7.25 
7.010 
9.899 
10.41 

7.50 
7.260 


7.00 
6.782 
8.690 
9.138 

7.25 
7.032 
9.006 
9.469 

7.50 
7.282 


7.00 
6.834 
6.642 
6.984 

7.25 
7.084 
6.883 
7.237 

7.50 
7.334 


7.00 
6.870 
5.215 
5.484 

7.25 
7.120 
5.403 
5.682 

7.50 
7.370 


7.00 
6.902 
3.941 
4.144 

7.25 
7.152 
4.082 
4.293 

Inside 


7.00 


7 


6.916 




3.381 




3.555 






7 l A 












ry 2 


Diameter Difference 




Wght. Ft. Brass 
Wght. Ft. Copper 


14.00 
14.72 


12.59 
13.24 


11.42 
12.01 


10.25 
10.77 


9.321 
9.800 


7.123 
7.489 


5.591 
5.879 


To obtain the weight per foot 
of a tube specified INSIDE DI- 


m 


Dec. Inch O. D. 
Dec. Inch I. D. 


7.75 
7.420 


7.75 
7.454 


7.75 
7.482 


7.75 
7.510 


7.75 
7.532 


7.75 
7.584 


7.75 
7.620 


AMETER and Gauge, add the 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


14.48 


13.02 


11.81 


10.59 


9.636 


7.363 


5.780 


below listed correction to the 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


15.22 


13.69 


12.42 


11.14 


10.13 


7.742 


6.077 


weight 


per foot given in this 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


table by Outside Diameter and 


8 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


7.670 


7.704 


7.732 


7.760 


7.782 


7.834 


7.870 


Gauge. 






Wght. Ft. Brass 


14.96 


13.45 


12.20 


10.94 


9.952 


7.603 


5.968 






Wght. Ft. Copper 


15.73 


14.14 


12.82 


11.50 


10.46 


7.994 


6.275 


Stubs 


Weight Correction 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


8.25 


8.25 


8.25 


8.25 


8.25 


8.25 


8.25 


Gaugfe 


Brass Copper 


8% 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


7.92 


7.954 


7.982 


8.010 


8.032 


8.084 


8.120 


8 


.630 .662 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


15.44 


13.87 


12.58 


11.29 


10.27 


7.843 


6.156 


9 


.507 .533 




Wght. Ft, Copper 


16.23 


14.59 


13.23 


11.87 


10.79 


8.246 


6.472 


10 
11 


.416 .437 
.333 .350 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


8.50 


12 


.275 .289 


w* 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


8.170 


8.204 


8.232 


8.260 


8.282 


8.334 


8.370 


14 


.159 .168 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


15.91 


14.30 


12.97 


11.63 


10.58 


8.083 


6.344 


16 


.098 .103 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


16.73 


15.04 


13.64 


12.23 


11.13 


8.499 


6.670 


18 
19 


.056 .058 
.041 .043 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


8.75 


8.75 


8.75 


8.75 


8.75 


8.75 


'8.75 


20 


.028 .030 


m 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


8.420 


8.454 


8.482 


8.510 


8.532 


8,584 


8.620 


21 


.024 .025 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


16.39 


14.73 


13.36 


11.98 


10.90 


8.323 


6.532 


22 


.018 .019 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


17.23 


15.49 


14.05 


12.60 


11.46 


8.751 


6.868 


23 
24 


.014 .015 
.011 .012 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


9.00 


9.00 


9.00 


9.00 


9.00 


9.00 


9.00 


25 


.009 .010 


9 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


8.670 


8.704 


8.732 


8.760 


8.782 


8.834 


8.870 


26 


.008 .008 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


16.87 


15.16 


13.75 


12.33 


11.21 


8.563 


6.720 


27 


.006 .006 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


17.73 


15.94 


14.45 


12.96 


11.79 


9.004 


7.065 


28 
29 


.005 .005 
.004 .004 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


9.25 


9.25 


9.25 


9.25 


9.25 


9.25 


9.25 


30 


.003 .004 


9V 4 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


8.92 


8.954 


8.982 


9.010 


9.032 


9.084 


9.120 


31 


.002 .002 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


17.34 


15.59 


14.13 


12.76 


11.53 


8.803 


6.908 








Wght. Ft. Copper 


18.24 


16.39 


14.86 


13.33 


12.12 


9.256 


7.263 


For weight ot other metals 
multiply weight of Copper by 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


9.50 


.95356 for Admiralty Metal 


9K> 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


9.170 


9.204 


9.232 


9.260 


9.282 


9.334 


9.370 


.90705 


Allegheny Metal. 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


17.82 


16.01 


14.52 


13.02 


11.84 


9.043 


7.096 








Wght. Ft. Copper 


18.74 


16.84 


15.27 


13.69 


12.45 


9.509 


7.461 


.30279 
.91950 


Aluminum. 
Beryllium Copper. 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


9.75 


9.75 


9.75 


9.75 


9.75 


9.75 


9.75 


.98452 


Commercial Bronze. 


m 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


9.420 


9.454 


9.482 


9.510 


9.532 


9.584 


9.620 


.98142 


Duronze. 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


18.30 


16.44 


14.91 


13.37 


12.16 


9.283 


7.284 




(Silicon Bronze) 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


19.24 


17.29 


15.68 


14.06 


12.78 


9.761 


7.659 


.98142 to 1.0062 for Monel Metal. 




Dec. Inch O. D. 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


.97213 for Nickel Silver 18%. 


10 


Dec. Inch I. D. 


9.670 


9.704 


9.732 


9.760 


9.782 


9.834 


9.870 


.97832 


Nickel Silver auy . 




Wght. Ft. Brass 


18.78 


16.87 


15.30 


13.72 


12.47 


9.523 


7.472 


.87616 


' Steel. 




Wght. Ft. Copper 


19.74 


17.74 


16.08 


14.42 


13.12 


10.01 


7.856 


.94117 


Tobin Bronze- 



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Fabrication of Allegheny Stainless Steels 
FABRICATING THE AUSTENITIC GROUP 

Allegheny Metal, A, B and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44 

(Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steels) 



Effect of Welding on Corrosion Resistance 

When the steels of this group are subjected to tem- 
peratures in the range of 800° to 150QT, inclusive, a 
change takes place which makes them less resistant to 
some corroding media. It is now generally accepted 
that this change is the precipitation of carbides at the 
grain boundaries. The magnitude of this change will 
depend upon the length of time that these steels are 
held in the above temperature range, and upon the 
composition of the steel. All steels of this type will pre- 
cipitate carbide at the grain boundaries if held for a 
long enough time in the temperature range given 
above. Since the time that the steel is held within this 
range of temperature in the welding operation is short, 
compositions can be selected which will sufficiently 
retard the precipitation of carbide and which may be 
used for many applications without annealing after 
the welding operation. 

There are many applications, however, where the 
corrosion medium encountered is mild, such as in at- 
mospheric exposures where the precipitation of car- 
bide does not in any way affect the corrosion resist- 
ance of the steel and for these applications, a specially 
selected composition is not necessary. 

The carbide precipitation which takes place during 
the welding operation, does not necessarily impair the 
value of the material. Unless the metal is in contact 
with an active corrosive agent the presence of this car- 
bide does not affect the life of the equipment, and in 
many applications in which the corrosive media en- 
countered is mild, equipment which is welded and not 
annealed after welding will give perfect service. 
When, however, welded equipment is to be subjected 
to an active corrosive medium it should be annealed 
after welding, or fabricated from a material of selected 
composition which will retard the precipitation of car- 
bides during the welding operation. In case the equip- 
ment can be annealed after welding, the composition 
is relatively unimportant. 

There are a number of applications in which anneal- 
ing is absolutely necessary after the welding opera- 
tion, even though steels of welding quality are used. 
Unless the fabricator has had sufficient service experi- 
ence he should consult the Allegheny Steel Company 
when selecting the proper grade of material to use and 
also, when determining if annealing is necessary after 
the welding operation. 

Welding 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

All of these steels may be welded by any of the elec- 
tric methods such as: the metallic arc, carbon arc, re- 
sistance, seam or butt, spot, line, atomic hydrogen or 
the alternating current arc for gauges lighter than 16 
(.062). The oxy-acetylene method may also be used. 

To the welder experienced in the welding of steel, 
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the physical characteristics of these steels are pointed 
out. The coefficient of expansion of the steels of this 
group is 50 % greater than mild steel, and the thermal 
conductivity is about 50% less. Their electrical resist- 
ance in the fully annealed condition is about 6 times 
that of mild steel, and when these steels are heavily 
cold worked it increases to about 12 times. 

The melting point of these alloys is slightly less than 
the melting point of mild steel. 

In the annealed condition these alloys are non-mag- 
netic, but when heavily cold worked become feebly 
magnetic. Cold working, however, increases their 
strength rapidly, so that tensile strength in excess of 
250,000 lbs. per square inch may be obtained, on cold 
rolled strip, cold drawn wire, etc. 

While sound ductile welds are readily made by any 
of the above mentioned methods the electrical weld is 
preferable, because it is much faster and the heat does 
not travel as far into the body of the plate or sheet. 
Electric welding avoids carbon pickup and undue 
warping or buckling. 

Oxy- Acetylene Welding 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

When welding these steels by the oxy-acetylene 
method the following precautions should be observed: 

No. 1 — Be sure the parts to be welded are clean. 

No. 2 — Use Jigs and chill plates (copper best). 

No. 3— Use tip one or two sizes smaller than for the 
same gauge of steel. 

No. 4 — Use an uncoated welding rod of approxi- 
mately the same composition as the parts to be welded. 

No. 5 — A soft slightly reducing flame should be used 
covering the weld at all times, to exclude the air and 
prevent oxidation. If the flame is oxidizing it will pro- 
duce a porous weld; if it is reduced too much, it will 
build up the carbon in the deposited weld metal to a 
point where failure may occur either from embrittle- 
ment or corrosion. 

No. 6 — Point the flame in the direction of the weld. 
Do not puddle, as puddling may cause a porous weld. 

No. 7— For some designs preheating is an advan- 
tage. When necessary, preheat to 300-400T. 

No. 8 — If necessary to "tack," it should be done 
every inch on 20 gauge or lighter, but not to exceed 2 
inches on heavier gauges. 

Metallic Arc Welding 

DIRECT CURRENT 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 

Allegheny 2520,22 and 44. 

No. 1 — Be sure the parts to be welded are clean. 

No. 2 — Reverse Polarity, the work to be negative 
and the welding rod positive. 

No. 3 — Use a low carbon filler rod coated with a 
non-carbonaceous flux with the chromium and nickel 
sufficiently high to compensate for evaporation losses 
so that the deposited metal will be of approximately 
the same composition as the parts to be welded. 

No. 4 — Use jigs and chill plates when required. 
(Copper recommended). 



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No. 5 — Scarfing is desirable on gauges heavier than 
No. 10 (.140). 

No. 6— Use only sufficient power in-put to maintain 
a medium to short arc 

No. 7 — On gauges heavier than 14 (.078) where the 
bead is to be ground off flush on one side, better re- 
sults are obtained by flowing a light bead on the side 
to be ground off, followed by a heavier bead on the 
opposite side, rather than to use excessive power in- 
put, with a one side weld, as excessive power in-put 
with extreme penetration is liable to produce a por- 
ous weld. 

No. 8 — -Best results are obtained by arranging the 
work so that the welding is done in the direction the 
current is flowing. 

No. 9 — Do not puddle, as porous welds will result. 

No. 10— When striking an arc in continuing a weld, 
removal of the oxide from the previously deposited 
weld metal will preclude the possibility of pin holes. 
This may be accomplished by the use of a heavy wire 
brush, or better still by the use of a small electric or air 
grinder. On heavy work, where it is necessary to lay 
several beads, one upon the other, extreme care 
should be used to remove the oxide formed on the 
first bead before laying the second to assure sound, 
porous free welds. 

Alternating Current Arc Welding 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2S20, 22 and 44. 

The same general technique applies as for metallic 
arc welding. This type of weld is only recommended 
on 16 gauge (.062) or lighter. 

Up until quite recently fabricators were forced to gas 
weld gauges lighter than No. 16, as this was the light- 
est gauge commercially practical for metallic arc 
welding. There are now available, however, alternat- 
ing current arc welding machines that are suitable for 
welding No. 1 6 gauge down as light as No. 26 gauge 
(.018). They are faster and there is no danger of carbon 
pick-up. 

Electrical Resistance Welding 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

Because of their extremely high electrical resistance 
these steels are ideal for welding by the spot, seam, 
and roll or line welding methods. 

For this type of welding it is necessary to have clean, 
grease-free metal and good contact between the 
pieces. Due to the greater strength of these steels it 
will be found necessary to use greater pressure than 
in welding ordinary mild steel. Considerably less 
power in-put is necessary than with steel due to the 
higher electrical resistance. 

Clean metal, sufficient pressure to insure a good 
metal contact, proper power in-put, correct area of 
points and correct timing are the requisites for perfect 
welds of this type. By experimenting with small pieces 
the conditions necessary for perfect welding can be 
readily obtained. For many types of work plain cop- 
per for the point or roll is satisfactory, while for other 
types special copper alloys will be found to stand up 
better under the pressures necessary. 

There has recently been placed on the market a 



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vacuum tube control unit which has many advantages 
over the mechanical or solenoid breakers generally 
used, and produces a better and more uniform weld. 

The electrical resistance type of welding is strongly 
recommended wherever possible, as the welds are 
perfectly sound and it is much faster than other meth- 
ods, therefore, cheaper. The greatest saving, however, 
is in the removal and finishing of the bead, which re- 
quires practically no labor in comparison with the 
labor required to remove the bead produced by arc 
or gas welding. 

Removal of Welding Scale 

When these metals are used primarily for corrosion 
resistance and the equipment is not to be operated 
within the scaling range of temperatures, it is most 
essential that the scale produced on the surface of the 
metal in the welding operation be completely removed 
in order to avoid the possibility of local corrosion due 
to electrolysis. This removal may be accomplished by 
any approved method such as sand blasting, pickling, 
wire brushing, or grinding. Wire brushes should be 
made of stainless steel, and grinding wheels should 
be as near as possible iron free. Care should also be 
taken to remove any spatters which may result from 
the welding operation. 

Removal of Welding Reads 

When it is necessary to remove the bead left by the 
welding operation, grinding is preferable. The rough 
grinding is best accomplished by the use of a rubber 
bonded wheel used at correct speed. This speed is 
higher than that used on the old type hard wheel and 
care should be taken to see that manufacturer's recom- 
mendations are followed. The intermediate grinding 
and polishing may also be done with the same type of 
wheel or with the special new type wheel which uses 
emery cloth strips for grinding and polishing. 

There is also on the market a small wheel operated 
by an exceedingly high speed air motor, which is ex- 
cellent for getting into corners, etc., an almost impos- 
sible job with the conventional type of wheel. 

In addition there are available flexible shaft ma- 
chines using different types of wheels, discs, etc. 

The grinding should be carried out in such a man- 
ner, that temperatures in excess of 400 °F. are not 
reached. If the temperatures reached are in excess of 
400 °F. the metal will become heat tinted and buckling 
is likely to occur. 

For the final polish on the area ground to remove the 
welding bead a new type of "flap wheel" is excellent 
to use as it tends to blend the two surfaces. More uni- 
form results can be obtained by going over the entire 
surface area of the welded unit with a flap wheel as- 
suming of course, that a polished sheet or plate has 
been used. 

Any of the manufacturers of grinding and buffing 
equipment will give complete information as to the 
proper grinding wheels to use and the best types of 
lubricant, etc., to match various finishes. 

Annealing and Pickling 

Allegheny Metal, A, B t and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

No. 1 — Remove thoroughly all grease from the piece 
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No. 2 — Use a muffle or semi-muffle type of furnace. 
No. 3— Annealing temperature 1850° to 20Q0°F. usu- 
ally suffices. 

No. 4 — The time of annealing will depend upon the 
temperature used and the section of the steel. The work 
should be brought up to temperature uniformly. Sec- 
tions of from Vi to Vz inch thick should be held at 1850° 
for Yi hour, while at 1950° and above the time required 
is from 3 to 5 minutes. 

No. 5 — Cool rapidly. Usually air cooling is suffi- 
ciently rapid, although heavy sections { l A inch and 
heavier) may require an air blast, water quench or 
water spray. These steels should cool to below a red 
temperature in less than three minutes. 

No. 6 — Never allow a direct flame to come in con- 
tact with the steel. 

No. 7 — The oxide formed by annealing should be 
removed. This may be done by either sand-blasting or 
pickling, preferably the latter. In sand-blasting, care 
should be exercised to eliminate iron particles in the 
blast which would tend to become imbedded in the 
surface of the metal, and cause corrosion and dis- 
coloration. 

No. 8— Pickling: Use either 25% by volume 38° 
Baume nitric acid and 2 % hydrofluoric acid, or 20 % 
nitric acid and 2% hydrochloric acid. These solutions 
should be heated to a temperature of 140° to 180T. 

The first formula which contains hydrofluoric acid 
attacks the metal much less than the second one, and 
as a rule produces a whiter pickle. The second for- 
mula gives a finish of a higher luster but produces a 
heavy loss of metal. 

The facility with which the article can be pickled by 
either of these formula will depend to a large extent on 
the previous anneal. If the anneal which precedes the 
pickling operation is done in an atmosphere as nearly 
neutral as possible, the process of pickling will be 
much easier. A slightly reducing atmosphere is pref- 
erable to a slightly oxidizing one. 

For the ordinary white pickle finish the following is 
recommended: 10% by weight of 60° Baume sulfuric 
acid and 7 % by weight rock salt, at a temperature of 
140 to 180°F., or 25% by volume 20° baume muriatic 
acid at temperatures 140 to 180°F. 

It is necessary to agitate either the bath or the work 
and scrub off the loose oxide. 

After pickling and scrubbing, wash immediately in 
hot water. 

Shearing 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

In shearing, about twice the amount of power com- 
monly used for mild steel is required. The shear knives 
must be sharp and closely adjusted or the metal will 
be drawn over the bottom knife and work hardened 
before the shearing or cutting actually begins, thereby 
making the steel harder to cut. Drawing the metal over 
the edge work hardens it rapidly, throwing undue 
strain on the blades. As a result of work hardening 
due to compression before the actual shearing begins, 
a certain amount of shearing strain is unavoidable. 
The shearing of these steels differs from that of ordi- 
nary steels, in that ordinary steel is cut only 25 to 75% 



of the way through and then breaks. These steels have 
to be cut all the way through; they do not break off. 

The estimate of twice the usual power for shearing 
these steels allows for a safety factor for blades that 
are not properly adjusted. There are shears designed 
for shearing l A" thick steel that can handle 3/16" 
Allegheny Metal, but this requires exact and careful 
adjustment of blades, and proper sharpening. 

Blanking and Punching 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

It is necessary in blanking and punching operations 
to keep a neat clearance between the punch and the 
die diameter regardless of the thickness of the mate- 
rial If the clearance is too great the metal will be 
drawn over the edge, work harden it and bring exces- 
sive strain on the tools and the punch press. The stand- 
ard punches and dies used in punching ordinary 
steels have a clearance that is too great for this group 
of stainless steels. Standard punches and dies for use 
on steel can be used on the lighter gauges; below 20 
gauge. For heavier gauges it is desirable, if not neces- 
sary, to have special punches and dies. These should 
be ordered with neat fit. 

Gang punches are hard to operate because it is dif- 
ficult to maintain the proper clearance. Gang punch- 
ing can be carried out if the tools are in proper condi- 
tion to hold a very close adjustment. About twice the 
power is required as for mild steel. 

The "stripper" attachments should be heavier than 
is used for ordinary steel. 

Forming and Drawing 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, TI, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

These stainless steels are stiffer than ordinary steel 
and they work harden to a much greater extent in the 
drawing operation. For this reason it is necessary to 
use a lubricant with a sufficiently heavy body to stand 
up under the higher temperatures and pressures en- 
countered. 

The best drawing compound for heavy gauge mate- 
rial is white lead thinned down with linseed oil to 
about the consistency of a 600W engine oil. Most of 
the standard drawing compounds will work satisfac- 
torily provided they are mixed to the proper consist- 
ency which is about that indicated in the case of white 
lead. 

These stainless steels flow differently than regular 
deep drawing steel. The slower the press speed the 
less work hardening will result, and the deeper the 
draw that can be made in one operation. That it is 
preferable to use the slower speed is axiomatic in 
drawing all metals, but this is more important with the 
type of steel which work hardens rapidly. 

In deep drawing operations a greater clearance can 
be used between the punch and the die than with mild 
steel. The reason for this is the difference in the flow of 
the metal as compared with mild steel, just the reverse 
of the case in shearing, blanking and punching. A 
larger radius on the draw ring may be used, the radius 
depending on the thickness of the metal, the speed of 
the press, the type of blank holder used and the shape 
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In addition to the above, it is necessary to observe the 
same precautions that are taken in the drawing of mild 
steel. The adjustment of the machine and the punch 
and die is of vital importance. Rough dies frequently 
cause unsatisfactory results. The use of a drawing 
compound not sufficiently heavy to prevent drag, fre- 
quently results in "wiring" the dies, breaking the piece 
and making stoning of the dies necessary before they 
can be used in further drawing operations. Allegheny 
22 and Allegheny 44 and Allegheny 2520 will require 
slightly more power in the drawing operation than 
Allegheny Metal. 

Before the parts which have been drawn are an- 
nealed they should be thoroughly freed from all 
grease. Failure to do this will result in pitting and car- 
burization of the surface which will lessen its corrosion 
resistance. 

There are many cleaners on the market which can 
be successfully used. Sodium meta-silieate, at a tem- 
perature of 160 to 200T. works very well, the strength 
of the solution depending on the kind and amount of 
drawing compound on the pieces to be cleaned. 

Electrolytic cleaning can also be used to advantage. 

Drilling 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520,22 and 44. 

Drilling should be done with a high speed drill The 
best results are obtained when the drill is ground 
slightly flatter than the standard. The laying out should 
be done with a triangular nose center punch, using 
care not to mark the work deeper than is necessary, 
since this will cause the piece to work harden and 
make it difficult to start the drill. 

Because these steels work harden it is necessary to 
exert sufficient pressure on the drill to insure continu- 
ous cutting. 

Unlike ordinary steel, these alloys do not chip or 
break out ahead of the cutting point. The drilling must 
be done all the way through. The metal should be 
backed up in a manner that will permit the drill to cut 
all the way through without pushing the steel away 
from the drill point, as under these conditions the drill 
will become very hot and the drill point will be burned. 
A cast iron backing plate has been found most satis- 
factory. 

The speed of the drill should be about one-half that 
used in drilling mild steel. Immersing the tool in water 
after each hole is drilled will considerably increase the 
life of the drill. 

With proper care no particular difficulties will be en- 
countered in drilling except with the older type of elec- 
tric hand drill, where it is impossible to reduce the 
speed. The high speed of this drill tends to build up 
temperature very rapidly, burning the point of the tool. 
Several manufacturers have recently brought out low 
speed electric hand drills and these will be found to 
work very much better with this group of steels. If the 
speed of the hand drill cannot be reduced, it is advis- 
able to spot the drill before applying the power, and to 
make sure that when the power is turned on, pressure 
is being exerted so that the drill will cut. If the drill is 
allowed to make a few revolutions without cutting, it 
work hardens the steel, and this may be sufficient to 
render drilling by this method impossible. When drill- 
ing deep holes, the use of a compound made up of one 



pound of sulphur to one gallon lard oil will prove 
advantageous. 

Sawing 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

High speed hack-saw blades with a wavy tooth give 
the best results. For sawing comparatively light 
gauges, 32 teeth to the inch is very satisfactory. For 
heavier material such as bars, etc., blades with fewer 
teeth to the inch will be found more satisfactory and 
the recommendations of the hack-saw blade manu- 
facturers should be followed. Care should be taken 
not to exceed the speed recommended by the manu- 
facturer, since high speed may cause the temperature 
to bcome sufficiently high to draw the temper from the 
teeth of the blade, rendering it useless. 

Machining 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

The machining of these steels is best done at a speed 
of about one-half that used on same job where mild 
steel is used. The tools should be ground to the same 
clearance as is used in machining dead soft brass be- 
cause these steels, like dead soft brass, have a ten- 
dency to drag. It is necessary to make the tool cut at 
all times, because if allowed to ride, it will work harden 
the steel, making it harder to machine. These remarks 
apply particularly to lathe and shaper work. In thread- 
ing, the design of the tool largely determines how 
clean the thread will be cut, and it has been found that 
a design of tool very similar to that used for threading 
soft brass should be used. In tapping, a tap used for 
dead soft brass with slightly more taper and having 
only two or three full teeth works best. 

Where it is necessary to use a lubricant, it has been 
found that a mixture composed of 40 gallons of water, 
10 gallons of lard oil, and 2 l A lbs, of 58% soda ash 
works well. The tool upkeep on the ordinary machin- 
ing operation will very likely run two to three times 
that in machining mild steel. 

Although these steels are more difficult to machine 
than mild steel, they are being successfully machined 
on automatic machines by many fabricators. For this 
work these steels machine best when the hardness is 
between 200 and 240 Brinell. 

Spinning 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

These steels are much more difficult to spin than 
copper, aluminum, brass, etc. The speed should be cut 
down to one-half to one-fourth that used for spinning 
copper. Much greater power will be required and it 
has been found that many of the spinning lathes do not 
have large enough belt area to pull the load. The lubri- 
cant used has a decided bearing on successful spin- 
ning. White lead and linseed oil mixed to the consist- 
ency of a medium bodied paste gives the best results. 
To prevent tearing of the metal it is necessary to have 
a lubricant heavy enough in body to withstand the 
high temperature encountered. The best type of spin- 
ning tool is hardened steel of about the same design as 
is used in the spinning of copper, except that it is desir- 
able wherever possible to have the tool slightly flatter 
so as to present a greater bearing surface. This applies 
when either the spinning bar or roll is used. 



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While these steels have very high ductility it is not 
possible to spin them in one operation to anything like 
the depth to which copper is spun, since copper, in 
addition to having high ductility does not work harden 
to the same degree. It is therefore, necessary to use 
good judgment in the amount of work put on the piece 
before annealing and it will be found necessary to 
anneal at more frequent intervals. Before annealing 
the article should be thoroughly cleaned and de- 
greased and after annealing same should be pickled. 

A spun shape is often required to duplicate a shape 
in copper, aluminum or other metal. In such cases it 
will frequently be found that while these steels are 
spun over the same forms that give a perfect shape in 
copper, the spun article will not conform exactly to the 
shape and dimension of the copper piece. This is not 
only due to the higher physical properties of these 
steels but also to the fact that they do not flow in the 
same manner as copper. It will therefore, in many 
cases be found necessary to change the contour of the 
spinning form in order to produce in the steel a dupli- 
cate of the piece in copper. 

Because these steels increase very rapidly in 
strength under cold working, care should be taken that 
the spinning operation is not carried too far before 
annealing, or the strain set up by the cold working 
may be great enough to crack the piece. 

Riveting 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

These steels may be either cold or hot riveted. Cold 
riveting is recommended only for sizes less than 3/16 
inches and it is further suggested that the rivet be set 
up in one blow, because of the work hardening proper- 
ties of the steel. 

Hot riveting should be done at temperatures be- 
tween 1900° and 2100T. and finished above 1600°F. If 
the work is to be exposed to severe corrosive condi- 
tions it should be annealed after riveting as described 
under the heading "Annealing." 

Brazing 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

Brazing of these alloys is not recommended, as a 
marked decrease in corrosion resistance, and embrit- 
tlement is very likely to occur. 

Soft Soldering 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

These alloys can be soldered if certain precautions 
are taken to get proper penetration of the solder. In the 
polished condition they are quite resistant to hydro- 
chloric acid, which is the base of most of the soldering 
fluxes. While there are a number of special fluxes on 
the market, we have found that the best results are 
obtained by the use of an uncut muriatic acid, allow- 
ing the acid to remain at least one minute on the sur- 
face which is to be soldered and preferably for several 
minutes to give it ample time to etch the surface of the 
metal. After the surface has been etched, satisfactory 
results may be obtained by the use of the regular cut 
acid. Better results, however, are obtained by the use 
of a good soldering salt. Since these steels have a 
much lower thermal conductivity than wrought iron it 
is necessary to use a larger iron than would be used 
when soldering steel, copper, and other metals which 
have considerably higher thermal conductivity, and a 
little longer time is required to bring the metal to be 



soldered up to the temperature where the solder will 
flow. Care should be used not to have the solder at too 
high a temperature as embrittlement is likely to occur. 

When these steels in sheet form are soldered, buck- 
ling is likely to occur because of their high coefficient 
of expansion, about one and one-half times that of mild 
steel. To prevent buckling it is sometimes necessary to 
use chill plates, preferably of copper, which will keep 
the temperature from extending out over the surface 
of the sheet. 

Immediately after soldering it is necessary to inhibit 
any further action of the acid in the flux by washing 
thoroughly with ammonia water or with water in 
which has been dissolved a liberal amount of yellow 
laundry soap and ordinary soda. If this is not done, 
the acid will continue to etch the steel, cause discolor- 
ation and perhaps some pitting. 

Because of the fact that these steels have very high 
physical properties, and a very high expansion coeffi- 
cient, it is desirable not to depend on the solder for any- 
thing except a tight joint. Generally speaking, solder- 
ing should be avoided, but where necessary, it is best 
to obtain the required strength of the joint by riveting 
or spot welding. It has been found that in most cases 
lock seamed and soldered joints do not remain tight 
over a long period of time, due primarily to the fact 
that in lock-seaming it is generally impossible to have 
the lock-seamed joint itself, perfectly tight. Compare 
these steels to copper. Copper when turned over in a 
lock seam will lie perfectly flat, whereas these steels, 
due to their much higher physical properties and their 
work hardening characteristics, tend to spring back 
slightly with the result that after the solder has been 
applied, even though good penetration has been 
obtained, the constant expansion and contraction, in 
service, will tend to break the solder away from the 
metal. In many cases where soldered joints were tried 
out and proved unsatisfactory, the fabricator has found 
that an electric roll or stitch weld, that is, an intermit- 
tent or continuous spot weld, is solving this problem. 

There is a special solder now available, which gives 
very good results. It is in the form of cm amalgam and 
no flux is necessary. The initial melting point is con- 
siderably lower than in ordinary solders, and once set, 
a higher temperature is required to melt it. It has 
greater strength than the ordinary solders. 

Silver Soldering 

Allegheny Metal, A, B, and C, MO, Tl, Free Machining, 
Allegheny 2520, 22 and 44. 

Silver soldering is readily accomplished with these 
steels either steel to steel, or steel to copper. A flux 
made up of potassium acid-fluoride and borax works 
well and the manufacturers of silver solders have de- 
veloped various fluxes for the different types of solder. 

In silver soldering copper to these alloys it is desir- 
able to direct the flame only on the copper and get the 
heat into the joint by conduction. By this method 
sounder joints will be made. 

It requires greater skill on the part of the operator to 
silver solder steel to steel. Preheating to a slight extent 
the areas immediately adjacent to the joint is recom- 
mended. 

To remove the flux remaining on the steel after the 
soldering operation, a small high pressure steam jet is 
recommended. Remove the flux immediately after the 
soldering is done. 

These instructions cover the Austenitic (Chromium-Nickel) group 
only. Special instructions will be supplied on request for fabricating 
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Properties of ALLEGHENY Stainless and Heat Resisting Steels 

Material in ANNEALED condition unless otherwise stated. 

Composition and Physical Properties Allegheny Metal (18 & 8) Allegheny 44 ^ Allegheny 3520 

Stainless Type No. (Representative Composition) < 1 >... 302< 1 > 309 310 

Composition (Representative) Chromium 17 to 19%CD 22 to 26% 24 to 267 

Ct n Nickel 7to'9%<D lltolo% 19 to 21% 

Structure Group Austenitic Austenitic Austenitic 

bpecinc Gravity Hot Rolled Annealed 7.86 to 7.94 7.86 to 7.94 

7.86 to 7.94 

Cold Rolled Annealed 

7.97 to 8.07 

Melting Point, Degrees Fahrenheit 2606 to 2679 2552 to 2597 2550 to 2590 

Specific Heat, mean between 20°C and 1000°C 

(Calories per gram per degree centigrade) .118 0.142 (35° to 1000'C) 0.142 (35° to 1000° C) 

Thermal Conductivity (a) Compared to Iron 48% 28% 287 

(b) Calories per cubic centimeter per second per degree 

Centigrade between 20° and 100° 0.069 0.039 0.039 

Coefficient of Linear Expansion: 

(a) Between 20° and 100°C per degree C, mean... .0000173 .0000162 .000015 

(b) Between 20° and 1000°C per degree C, mean .0000202 .0000202 000018 

Electrical Resistivity, at 20 °C, ohms per cubic centimeter 69x1 0" 6 75.5x1 0" 6 

Electrical Conductivity, at 20°C,mhos per cubic centimeter 14,480 13,240 

Magnetic Permeability, maximum 1.02 (Soft Annealed) 1.02 (Soft Annealed) 1.02 (Soft Annealed) 

8.57 (Hard Rolled) 

Mechanical Properties at Room Temperature 

Modulus of Elasticity (Tension), Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 28,600,000 (Annealed) to 29,000,000 (Annealed) to 29,000,000 (Annealed) to 

22,000,000 (high tensile) 22,000,000 (high tensile) 22,000,000 (high tensile) 

Proportional Limit, Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 20,000 to 200,000 28,000 to 35,000 28,000 to 35,000 (Annealed) 

(Annealed < 2 > to high tensile) (Annealed) to 200,000 

high tensile 

Yield Point, Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 40,000 (annealed<2>) to 45,000 (Annealed) to 45,000 to 60,000 (Annealed) 

250,000 (cold drawn wire) 225,000 (cold drawn wire) 

Ultimate Tensile Stress, Lbs. Per Sq. Inch. 80,000 (annealed^)) to 90,000 (Annealed) to 90,000 to 1 10,000(Annealed) 

300,000 (cold drawn wire) 270,000 (cold drawn wire) 

Elongation in 2 48 to 60% 35 to 60% 45 to 60% 

Reduction of area 55 to 70% 55 to 70 o /o 5Q tQ 60% 

Brmell Hardness Number..... 135 to 185 (Annealed) to 150 (Annealed) to 150 to 200 (Annealed) 

_ . , 460 (Cold Drawn) 380 (cold drawn) 

Rockwell Hardness Number 75 to 80 B (Annealed) to B 80 (Annealed) to B 80 to B 95 (Annealed) 

C 47 (Cold Drawn) C 40 (cold drawn) 

Charpy Impact Strength, foot pounds < 4 > 100 to 110 (Annealed) 35 to 70 (Annealed) 35 to 70 (Annealed) 

Izod Impact Strength, foot pounds 115 to 120 (Annealed) 

Endurance Limit (Fatigue), Lbs. per Sq. Inch 32,000 to 38,000 (Annealed) 

(Rises with cold Working) 
Erichsen value, millimeters \\ \ Q 15 

Higrh Temperature Properties 

Initial Forging Temperature, Degrees F. < 5 > , 2100 to 2200 2150 to 2250 9 150 to 2250 

Finishing Forging Temperature, Degrees F. < 5 > Not under 1700 Not under 1700 Not under 1700 

Annealing Temperatures, Degrees F. (« 1850 to 2000. Cool rapidly. 1850 to 2100. Cool rapidly. 1850 to 2100. Cool rapidly 

Heat Treatment Properties Cannot be hardened by Cannot be hardened by Cannot be hardened by 

heat-treatment. High ten- heat-treatment. heat-treatment, 

sile properties obtained 
by cold working. 
Resistance to High Temperature Scaling, oxidizing atmos- 
phere, maximum temperature recommended for (3) 

Continuous Service, degrees F ... 1650 (7) 2000 2200 

Intermittent Service, degrees F 1450< 7 > 1750 2200 

Stress causing 1%, Flow (Creep) in 10,000 hours < 6 > 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1000T 14000 16,000 16 000 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1200°F , 6000 7*000 7000 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1500°F 850 '900 1J300 

Notes: 1. For Representative Analysis only. Modifications with varying amounts of chromium, nickel, or carbon, or by the addition of other alloys 
such as molybdenum, tungsten, copper, columbium, etc., may radically influence properties. Special data available on request. 

2. Physical properties of ALLEGHENY METAL can be greatly varied by variations in chromium, nickel and carbon content, by additions 
of other alloys and by cold work. 

3. Resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures is greatly affected when accompanied by high thermal expansion. Intermittent heat- 
ing and cooling results in surface checking, cracking and scaling in materials of high thermal expansion. Atmospheres must also be 
considered. The intricacies of behavior require technical consideration. 

4. Impact strength varies both with analysis and condition of thermal or mechanical treatment. 

5. Certain precautions must be observed in rate of heating, time at temperature, forging procedure, rate of cooling, etc Special data 
available on request. ' 

6. Considerable variation exists in the creep stress values reported by various investigators. The values given here are conservative. 

7. ALLEGHENY METAL is not recommended for use in corrosive atmospheres at high temperatures (800 to 1650°F.). 

8. Values in this table are based on rolled material. 

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Properties of ALLEGHENY Stainless and Heat Resisting Steels 

Material in ANNEALED condition unless otherwise stated. 

Composition and Physical Properties Allegheny 33 Allegheny 66 Allegheny 55 

Stainless Type No, (Representative Composition) < l > 410^> 430 ( 1 > 446 

Composition (Representative) Chromium 12 to 14% '^ 16 to 18% d) 23 to 30% 

Nickel None None None 

Structure Group Martensitic-Ferritic Martensitic-Ferritic Ferritic 

Specific Gravity 7.75 to 7.779 7.65 to 7.75 7.58 to 7.62 

Melting Point, Degrees Fahrenheit 2710 to 2720 2710 to 2720 2700 to 2715 

Specific Heat, mean between 20 °C and 1000°C 

(Calories per gram per degree centigrade) 0.159 0.152 0.146 

Thermal Conductivity (a) Compared to Iron 67% 57 ^ 41 / 

(b) Calories per cubic centimeter per second per degree 

Centigrade between 20° and 100° . 0.096 0.082 0.059 

Coefficient of Linear Expansion: 

(a) Between 20° and 100°C per degree C, mean.. .0000102 .0000105 .0000106 

(b) Between 20° and 1000°C per degree C, mean .0000128 .0000132 .0000134 

Electrical Resistivity, at 20°C, ohms per cubic centimeter 58.2 to 63.3xl(H 60 to 70xl0" 6 63.8x10" G 

Electrical Conductivity, at 20°C,mhos per cubic centimeter 15,790 to 17,190 14,280 to 16,660 15,700 

Magnetic Permeability, maximum 1,600 (soft annealed) 380 (soft annealed) 390 (soft annealed) 

Mechanical Properties at Boom Temperature 

Modulus of Elasticity (Tension), Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 29,800,000 29,000,000 29,400,000 

(Annealed) (Annealed) (Annealed) 

Proportional Limit, Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 28,000 (Annealed) 30,000 (Annealed) 30,000 (Annealed) 

Rises with Yield & Ultimate 

Yield Point, Lbs. Per Sq .Inch 40,000 to 50,000 (Annealed) 40,Q00to55,000(Annealed) 45,000 to 60,000 (Annealed) 

to 160,000 (Heat Treated) 

Ultimate Tensile Stress, Lbs. Per Sq. Inch 72,000 to 85,000 (Annealed) 70,000 to 85,000 (Annealed) 75,000 to 100,000( Annealed) 

to 175,000 (Heat Treated) 

Elongation in 2" .. . 32 to37% (Annealed) to 20 to 35% (Annealed) 25 to 35% (Annealed) 

15% (Heat Treated) 

Reduction of area .... 70 to 78% (Annealed) to 60 to 70% (Annealed) 45 to 65% (Annealed) 

60% (Heat Treated) 

Brinell Hardness Number 140 to 170 (Annealed) to 140 to 175 (Annealed) 160 to 200 (Annealed) 

340 (Heat Treated) 

Rockwell Hardness Number 75 to 85B 80 to 90B 

Charpy Impact Strength, foot pounds (4) 55.4 (Annealed) to 15.5 

(Hot Rolled) 

Izod Impact Strength, foot pounds 20 to 40 (Hot Rolled) 4 to 80 dependent upon Low 

60 to 100 (Annealed) Heat Treatment 

20 to 120 (Heat Treated) 

Endurance Limit (Fatigue), Lbs. per Sq. Inch 35,000 (Annealed). Can be 

increased by heat treatment. 
Erichsen value, millimeters 8 to 9 

High Temperature Properties 

Initial Forging Temperature, Degrees F. (5 >.„. 2,000 to 2,100 2,000 1,900 to 2,000 

Finishing Forging Temperature, Degrees F. (5 » Not under 1,500 Not under 1,500 Not under 1,500 

Annealing Temperatures, Degrees F. M 1,400 to 1,500. Cool slowly. 1,450 to 1,550. Cool slowly. 1,550 to 1,650. Cool rapidly. 

Heat Treatment Properties Subject to considerable Subject to modification by Non-hardening. In the ab- 

modification by variation variation in thermal and sence of grain growth, to 

in thermal and mechanical mechanical treatment. remove brittleness heat to 

treatment. Special data available, above 1,200°F, and cool 

Special data available. rapidly. 

Resistance to High Temperature Scaling, oxidizing atmos- Preferably, water quench. 

phere, maximum temperature recommended for (3) 

Continuous Service, degrees F 1,500 1,600 2,100 

Intermittent Service, degrees F 1,500 1,600 2,100 

Stress causing 1% Flow (Creep) in 10,000 hours (6 ' 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1000°F ' 5,800 5,500 6,000 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1200°F 1,500 1,250 1,000 

Pounds per Sq. Inch, at 1500°F 150 

Notes: 1. For Representative Analysis only. Modifications with varying amounts of chromium, nickel, or carbon, or by the addition of other alloys 
such as molybdenum, tungsten, copper, columbium, etc., may radically influence properties. Special data available on request. 

3. Resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures is greatly affected when accompanied by high thermal expansion. Intermittent heat- 
ing and cooling results in surface checking, cracking and scaling in materials of high thermal expansion. Atmospheres must also be 
considered. The intricacies of behavior require technical consideration. 

4. Impact strength varies both with analysis and condition of thermal or mechanical treatment. 

5. Certain precautions must be observed in rate of heating, time at temperature, forging procedure, rate of cooling, etc. Special data 
available on request. 

6. Considerable variation exists in the creep stress values reported by various investigators. The values given here are conservative. 
8. Values in this table are based on rolled material. 

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Mixtures of Metals 

Note. — The following mixtures comprise a large variety of special 
alloys, such as Eyelet Brass, Block Rule, Watch and Engravers' 
Brass, Platers' Bars, Rich Low Brass, Gilding, Cce Bronze, Tobin 
Bronze, Roman Alloy, Oreide, Cupro-Nickel, etc., which are designed 
to meet some special reguirement as to color or usage. Although all 
of these mixtures cannot be made to cut freely, they can be so 
alloyed as to improve their drilling or cutting gualities; but such 
formula has a tendency to impair the ductility of the metal. 

Common Brass. Suitable for bending, stamping and plate work 
which does not require drilling or cutting. 

Clock or Drill Brass. This mixture contains lead, which gives it the 
short grain necessary for cutting and drilling. The lead, however, 
makes the metal more liable to break or crack in bending. 

Drawing Brass. A very ductile metal prepared especially for shell 
work of all kinds. 

Spinning Brass. A super-quality of brass which will stand the 
severe test of spinning without opening or destroying the grain of 
the metal. 

Brazing Brass. A mixture which is fusible at a sufficiently high 
heat to stand hard-solder brazing. It also has excellent drawing 
qualities except when especially alloyed for free cutting mixtures. 

High Brass. A term sometimes used to distinguish any of the fore- 
going alloys from the low brass and bronze mixtures; but on account 
of its diversified meaning we do not recommend its use any more 
than is absolutely necessary. 

Low Brass. A special alloy possessing a color half way between 
common brass and bronze. 

Bronze. Made rich in copper for coloring effects. Also alloyed 
with tin to give it wearing qualities which are especially suitable for 
bearings and durable spring action. 

Copper. A metal rolled from the product of pure copper ore. It 
possesses high conductivity, which makes it especially economical 
as a carrier of electricity. It has also a high power to resist corrosion. 

Nickel Silver. An alloy which approaches the color of silver in 
proportion to the amount of nickel used. Especially valuable in 
electrical work on account of its high resistance qualities. 

White Metal. A composition belonging to the Nickel Silver classi- 
fication, and distinguished for its permanent white color, which is 
non-tarnishable. It can be drawn or spun very readily, and is espe- 
cially suitable for exposed surfaces which require constant polishing. 

Tempers of Metals 

Quarter Hard. Hard enough to have some resistance, but soft 
enough to double seam without cracking. 

Half Hard. A temper suitable for punching, blanking, and simple 
forming. Will double seam on the lighter gauges. 

Regular Hard. Too stiff to be worked beyond a right angled bend. 
Used mostly for flat and straight work. 

Spring. Hard enough to resume position after a definite deflection. 

Extra Spring. As hard as brass can be rolled. Used for extraordi- 
narily stiff spring work. 

Bending Temper. A special temper used in the manufacture of 
tubing; just soft enough to take ordinary bends without losing its 
shape or denting badly, and sufficiently close grained to take a high 
polish. 

Cold Rolled. A temper used exclusively in connection with copper. 
It practically corresponds with Light Anneal in brass. 

Note. — These tempers apply egually well to sheet copper; Regular 
Hard being the temper usually selected for bus bar work; Extra 
Spring for brush copper, and Soft, or Cold Rolled temper for boiler, 
roof, or tank work. 

The terms "High" and "Low" refer to the guality of the Brass and 
not the temper. 

Average Shrinkage of Castings, Per Foot 

The allowance necessary for shrinkage varies for different kinds 
of metal, and the different conditions under which they are cast. For 
castings where the thickness runs fairly uniform, cast under ordinary 
conditions, the following allowance can be made: 



Cast Iron % n 

Brass iV 

Steel Ya" 

Mai. Iron J^" 

Zinc Jfe" 

Tin % 2 " 



Aluminum tV 

Brittania % 2 " 

Lead ... T V 

Copper tV 

Bismuth % 2 " 



Approximate Melting Points of Metals and 
Various Substances 

m Mji Degrrees Degrees 

Solld Centigrade Fahrenheit 

Alloy— 3 Lead, 2 Tin, 5 Bismuth.... 100 212 

Alloy— 1 Lead, 1 Vz Tin 200 392 

Alloy— 1 Lead, 1 Tin 215 419 

Aluminum.... 657.3 1215 

Antimony 430 to 630 806 to 1166 

Bismuth 269.2 517 

Brass 1030 1886 

Bronze 920 1688 

Cadmium 320 608 

Chromium 1487 to 1515 2709 to 2749 

Cobalt 1463 to 1500 2665 to 2732 

Copper 1054 to 1084 1929 to 1983 

Gold : 1045 to 1064 1913 to 1947 

Iridium 1950 to 2500 3542 to 4532 

Iron— Cast Gray 1220 to 1530 2228 to 2786 

Iron— Cast White 1050 to 1 135 1922 to 2075 

Iron— Wrought 1500 to 1600 2732 to 2912 

Lead 327 620 

Magnesium 750 1382 

Manganese 1207 to 1245 2205 to 2273 

Mercury — 39.7 — 39.5 

Nickel 1435 2615 

Osmium 2500 4532 

Palladium 1546 to 1900 2815 to 3452 

Platinum 1753 to 1780 3187 to 3276 

Potassium 62 144 

Rhodium 2000 3632 

Ruthenium 2000+ 3632 

Silver 960 1760 

Sodium 79 to 95 174.2 to 203 

Steel 1300 to 1378 2372 to 2532 

Steel— Hard 1410 2570 

Steel— Mild 1475 2687 

Tin 232 449 

Titanium 3000 5432 

Tungsten 1700 3092 

Vanadium 1775 3227 

Zinc... 419 786 

Phosphorus 44.4 112 

Calcium 760 1400 

Melting Points of Welding Rods 

Approximate Approximate 
Melting* Point Tensile Strength 
Degrees Lbs. Per Sq. In. 
Material C. P. Annealed Bods 

Tobin Bronze 885 1625 54,000 

Manganese Bronze 870 1598 60,000 

Phosphor Bronze.. 1050 1922 45,000 

Brazing Metal 890 1634 50,000 

Deoxidized Copper 1083 1981 31,000 

Commercial Electrolytic Copper 1083 1981 30,000 

Duronze. 1040 1904 50,000 



Anneals of Metals 



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Light Anneal. Temper barely drawn. Suitable for cut and draw- 
work where close grain is essential. Also often used in place of Cold 
Rolled temper. 

Medium Anneal. Ductile enough for deep drawing or fine spin- 
ning. Compares to about half anneal. 

Regular Soft Anneal. This is the regular spinning temper. Suitable 
also for stamping, embossing and complicated forming. 

Dead Soft Anneal. As soft as brass can be fired without fusing. 
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Pickling Solutions, Etc. 

CAUTION 

The following chemicals for pickling are dangerous and very cor- 
rosive and if one is not familiar with them and their action they 
should not be used. These mixtures are to rapidly remove scale and 
the tarnished surface of the metal so as to develop the natural fine 
color of the metal itself. 



powdered pumice stone, 2 parts of oil of turpentine, 12 parts of soft 
soap and 12 parts of fat oil. 



Sulphuric Acid Pickle: 

Add 1/2 gallon vitriol (75% H 2 S0 4 , sp.gr. 1.7) to 100 gallons of 
water. 

Sulphuric-Chrome Acid Pickle: 

7 lbs. potassium or sodium bichromate should be dissolved in 10 
gallons of water; then add 1 gallon (17 lbs.) vitriol (75% H 2 S0 4 , 
sp.gr. 1.7). 

Nitric Acid Bright Dip: 

200 parts by weight of 52% nitric acid (sp.gr. 1.33). 1 to 2 parts 
of common salt. 

Nitric-Sulphuric Acid Bright Dip: 

100 parts by weight of strong sulphuric acid (sp.gr. 1.84). 

75 parts by weight of strong nitric acid (sp.gr. 1.38). 

Add the sulphuric to the nitric acid in small quantities at a time, 

stirring continually. 

Allow to cool before using. A little common salt added to the 

bath before using will prove advantageous. 
For bright dipping the article should be almost dry. Dip in the acid 
mixture for only a moment and then wash quickly in plenty of clean 
water. A matt finish results if the dipping is too slow or if the bath is 
warm. A matt finish may be bright finished by re-dipping in a 
mixture of: 

6 parts of hydrochloric acid, 

1 part of nitric acid, 

2 parts water. 

To prevent tarnishing of bright dipped articles, give them a final 
dip after thoroughly washing in water in a weak solution of argol or 
tartaric acid. 

Etching Solution — Three parts nitric acid to one part muriatic acid. 
Cover the piece to be etched with beeswax. This can be done by 
heating the piece in a gas or alcohol flame and rubbing the wax over 
the surface. Use a sharp steel point or hard lead pencil point as a 
marker. A pointed glass dropper can be used to put the solution at 
the place needed. After the solution foams for two or three minutes, 
remove with blotting paper and put oil on the piece and then heat 
and remove the wax. 

To Clean Copper — Prepare a strong soda or potash lye solution by 
adding about a pound of lye to a pail of boiling water. Dip the metal 
or apply this solution with a brush, scrubbing well. Then rinse or 
wash with plain hot water and finally with cold water. 

Cleaning Brass— Make a mixture of one part common nitric acid 
and one-half part sulphuric acid in a stone jar, having also ready a 
pail of fresh water and a box of sawdust. The articles to be treated 
are dipped into the acid, then thrown into the water and finally 
rubbed with sawdust. This immediately changes them into a brilli- 
ant color. If the brass has become greasy it is first dipped into a 
strong solution of potash and soda in warm water; this cuts grease 
so acid has full power to act. 

Cleaning Brass. 1 Roche alum and 16 water. Mix. The articles to 
be cleaned must be made warm, then rubbed with the above mix- 
ture, and finished with fine tripoli. 

To Polish Brass. Brass polishing paste: Three parts of oxalic acid 
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Protecting Brass from Tarnish. To keep brass from tarnishing: After 
thoroughly cleaning and removing the last traces of grease, by the 
use of potash and water, the cage or other brass work must be care- 
fully rinsed with water and dried, but in doing it, care must be taken 
not to handle any portion with the bare hand, nor anything else that 
is greasy. The preservative varnish may be shellac, much diluted 
with alcohol, or it may be hard oil finish. In either case, the brass 
should be made pretty warm, and the varnish or shellac put on with 
a brush in as thin a coat as possible. The proportion of shellac to 
alcohol is about 2 oz. of the former to 9 oz. of the latter. Sometimes 
gamboge is used for a coloring matter, to make the varnish more 
yellow, and sometimes dragon's blood. 

To Color Brass a Steel Blue — Dissolve 3 drams antimony sulphite 
and 4 ounces calcined soda in lVz pints water. To this add b l /z 
drams kermes. Filter and mix this solution with 5 Vz drams tartar, 1 1 
drams sodium hyposulphite, and \ l h pints water. Polished sheet 
brass placed in the warm mixture will assume a steel blue color. 

To Give Brass a Dull Appearance — Mix 1 part (by weight) of iron 
rust, 1 part white arsenic, and 12 parts hydrochloric acid. Clean the 
brass thoroughly and apply with a brush until the desired color is 
obtained, after which it should be oiled, dried, and lacquered. 

To Clean Zinc— Rub with a piece of cotton cloth dipped in kero- 
sene, afterwards with a dry cloth. 

Metal-Marking Solution. To give iron or steel a bright copper sur- 
face which will show distinctly the lines drawn by scriber, dividers, 
surface gage, etc., apply a marking solution composed of one ounce 
of copper sulphate, four ounces of water, and about one teaspoonful 
of nitric acid. (One ounce is equivalent to about eight teaspoonfuls.) 
Heating small pieces of steel to a blue will give a similar surface. 

Removing Rust from Steel. Steel which has been rusted can be 
cleaned by brushing with a paste compound of Vi ounce cyanide 
potassium, V2 ounce castile soap, 1 ounce whiting, and water suffi- 
cient to form a paste. The steel should be washed with a solution of 
V2 ounce cyanide potassium in 2 ounces water. 

To Polish Iron. You cannot keep the bright color of polished iron 
on the hot parts of an engine, without constant attention and wiping 
with engine oil. Oxalic acid may help the cleaning, but the acid left 
on the bright surface favors oxidation. For cleaning, use tripoli, rot- 
tenstone, or pulverized pumice stone, with engine or kerosene oil. 
Neglected or dirty spots may be removed with a scraper and fine 
emery paper and afterwards rubbed with oil. Every part of bright 
work around an engine should be wiped with oil. Moisture immedi- 
ately discolors a clean bright surface. Polish the lubricator with rot- 
tenstone and oil and only when necessary. Too much polishing soon 
makes it look old from wear. 

Verde Antique Finish — Copper or Brass. The following is a method 
to color and produce a patina or verde antique effect. The green 
bronze antique tones are the result of a combination of chemicals, 
pigments, and artistic skill. The finish is quickly obtained and may 
be used on brass or copper. It can be stippled on to a plain surface, 
or dipped on background work where the high parts are to be re- 
lieved, and is adapted to large surfaces. The green will work out 
over the metal. 

The solution is as follows: Nitrate of copper, 4 ounces; sal ammo- 
niac, 4 ounces; calcium chloride, 4 ounces; water, 1 gallon. The 

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1112 
XHI2 
IMS 
1120 
XI3I4 
XI 315 
XI 330 
XI 335 
XI 340 



TI330 
TI335 
TI340 

TI345 

TI350 



CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF S. A. E. STEELS 
Taken from S.A.E. Handbook, 1936 Edition 



By permission, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 



CARBON STEELS 



S.A.E. 


Carl: on 


Manganese 


Phosphorus 


Sulfur 


NO. 


Range 


Range 


Range 


Range 


1010 


0.05-0.15 


0.30-0.60 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1015 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI0I5 


0.10-0.20 


0.70- 1 .00 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1020 


0.15-0.25 


0.30-0.60 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI020 


0.15-0.25 


0.70- 1 .00 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1025 


0.20-0.30 


0.30-0.60 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI 025 


0.20-0.30 


0.70-1.00 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1030 


0.25-0.35 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1035 


0.30-0.40 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1040 


0.35-0.45 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 


Max. 


055 Max 


XI040 


0.35-0.45 


0.40-0.70 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1045 


0.40-0.50 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI045 


0.40-0.50 


0.40-0.70 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1050 


0.45-0.55 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI050 


0.45-0.55 


0.40-0.70 


0.045 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1055 


0.50-0.60 


0.60-0 90 


040 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI 055 


0.50-0.60 


0.90-1.20 


0.040 


Max. 


0.055 Max. 


1060 


0.55-0.70 


0.60-0.90 


040 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


1065 


0.60-0.75 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


Max. 


0.055 Max 


XI065 


0.60-0.75 


0.90-1.20 


0.040 


Max. 


0.055 Max. 


1070 


0.65-0.80 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.055 Max 


1075 


0.70-0.85 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 Max. 


055 Max 


1080 


0.75-0.90 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.055 Max 


1085 


0.80-0.95 


0.60-0.90 


0.0<0 Max. 


0.055 Max 


1090 


0.85-1.00 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


Max. 


055 Max 


1095 


0.90-1.05 


0.25-0.50 


0.040 


Max. 


0.055 Max. 



FREE CUTTING STEELS 



0.08-0.16 


0.60-0.90 


0.09-0.13 


0.10 - 


0.20 


0.08-0.16 


0.60-0.90 


0.09-0.13 


0.20 - 


0.30 


0.10-0.20 


0.70-1.00 


045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 


0.15-0.25 


0.60-0.90 


0.045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 


0.10-0.20 


1.00-1.30 


0.045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 


0.1 0-0.20 


1.30-1.60 


045 Max. 


075- 


0.15 


0.25-0.35 


1.35-1.65 


0.045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 


0.30-0.40 


1.35-1.65 


0.045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 


0.35-0.45 


1.35-1.65 


0.045 Max. 


0.075- 


0.15 



MANGANESE STEELS (1) 



0.25-0.35 


1.60-1.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.050 Max 


0.30-0.40 


1.60-1.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.050 Max 


0.35-0.45 


1.60-1.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.050 Max 


0.40-0.50 


1 ,60- 1 .90 


0.040 Max. 


0.050 Max 


0.45-0.55 


1.60-1.90 


0.040 Max. 


0.050 Max 



NICKEL STEELS (1) 



S.A.E. 


Carbon 


ganese 


phorus 


Sulfur 


Nickel 


No. 


Range 


Range Maximum Maximum 


Range 


2015 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


0.40-0.60 


2115 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1.25-1.75 


23)5 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2320 


0.15-0.25 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2330 


0.25-0.35 


0.50-0.80 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2335 


0.30-0.40 


0.50-0.80 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2340 


0.35-0.45 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2345 


0.40-0.50 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2350 


0.45-0,55 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


2515 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


4.75-5.25 





NICKE 


L CHRO* 


«UM STEEI 


.S (1) (Continued) 










Phos- 














phorus Sulfur 






S.A.E. 


Carbon Manganesi MLaxi- Maxi- 


Nickel Chromium 


NO. 


Range 


Range 


mum 


mum 


Range 


Range 


3215 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1 .50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3220 


0.15-0.25 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1.50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3230 


0.25-0.35 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1 .50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3240 


0.35-0.45 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1 .50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3245 


0.40-0.50 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1 .50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3250 


0.45-0.55 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


1 .50-2.00 


0.90-1.25 


3312 


Max. -0.17 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


1.25-1.75 


3325 


0.20-0.30 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


1.25-1.75 


3335 


0.30-0.40 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0,050 


3.25-3.75 


1.25-1.75 


3340 


0.35-0.45 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


3.25-3.75 


1.25-1.75 


3415 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


2.75-3.25 


0,60-. 095 


3435 


0.30-0.40 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


2.75-3.25 


0.60-.095 


3450 


0.45-0.55 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


2.75-3.25 


0.60-.095 






MOLYBDENUM STEELS (1) 












Phos- 












Man- phorusSulfur Chrom- 


Molyb- 


S.A.E. 


Carbon 


ganese 


Maxi- Maxi 


- ium 


Nickel 


denum 


No. 


Range 


Range 


mum mum 


Range 


Range 


Range 


4130 


0.25-0.35 
0.25-0.35 
0.30-0.40 
0.35-0.45 
0.45-0.55 
0.35-0.45 


0.50-0.80 
0.40-0.60 
0.60-0.90 
0.60-0.90 
0.60-0.90 
0.50-0.80 


0.040 0.050 
0.040 0.050 
0.040 0.050 
0.040 0.050 
0.040 0.050 
0.040 0.050 


0.50-0.80 
0.80-1.10 
0.80-1.10 
0.80-1.10 
0.80-1.10 
0.50-0.80 




0.15-0,25 


X4I30 




0.15-0.25 


4135 




0.15-0.25 


4140 




0.15-0.25 


4150 




0.15-0.25 


4340 


1 .50-2.00 


0.30-0.40 


4345 


0.40-0.50 


0.50-0.80 


0.040 050 


0.60-0.90 


1.50-2.00 


0.15-0.25 


4615 


0.10-0.20 
C.I 5-0.25 
0.35-0.45 
0.10-0.20 
0.15-0.25 


0.40-0.70 
0.40-0.70 
0.50-0.80 
0.40-0.60 
0.40-0.60 


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1.65-2.00 
1.65-2.00 
1 .65-2.00 
3.25-3.75 
3.25-3.75 


0.20-0.30 


4620 




0.20-0.30 


4640 




0.20-0.30 


4815 




0.20-0.30 


4820 




0.20-0.30 



S.A.E. 
NO. 

71360 

71660 

7260 



S.A.E. 
No. 
9255 

9260 



CHROMIUM STEELS (1) 
Phos- 

Man- phorusSulfur Clirom- 



S.A.E. 


Carbon 


ganese 


Maxi- 


Maxi- 


ium 






No. 


Range 


Range 


mum 


mum 


Range 






5120 


0.15-0.25 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


050 


0.60-0.90 






5140 


0.35-0.45 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 






5(50 


0.45-0.55 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 






52)00 


0.95-1.10 


0.20-0.50 


0.030 


0.035 


1.20-1.50 








CHROMIUM VANADIUM STEELS (1) 


















Vanadium 














Min. 


Desired 


6115 


0.10-0.20 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6120 


0.15-0.25 


0.30-0.60 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6125 


0.20-0.30 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6130 


0.25-0.35 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6135 


0.30-0.40 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6140 


0.35-0.45 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6145 


0.40-0.50 


0,60-0.90 


0.040 


0.050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6150 


0.45-0.55 


0.60-0.90 


0.040 


050 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 


6195 


0.90-1.05 


0.20-0.45 


0.030 


0.035 


0.80-1.10 


0.15 


0.18 



TUNGSTEN STEELS (1) 

Man- Phos- 

ganesephorus Sulfur 

Carbon Maxi- Maxi- Maxi- 

Range mum mum mum 
0.50-6.70 0.30 035 0.040 
0.50-0.70 0.30 0.035 0.040 
0.50-0.70 0.30 0.035 0.040 



Chromium Tungsten 

Range Range 

3.00-4.00 12.00-15.00 

3,00-4.00 15.00-18.00 

0.50-1.00 1.50- 2.00 



SILICON MANGANESE STEELS 

Carbon Manganese Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon 

Range Range Maximum Maximum Range 

0.50-0.60 0.60-0.90 0.040 0.050 1.80-2.20 

0.55-0.65 0.60-0,90 0.040 0.050 1.80-2.20 



NICKEL CHROMIUM STEELS (I) CORROSION AND HEAT RESISTING ALLOYS 

Phos- 

Phos- Carbon Man- Silicon phorus Sulfur Chrom- 

phorus Sulfur S.A.E. Maxi- ganese Maxi- Maxi- Maxi- ium Nickel 

S.A.E. Carbon Manganese Maxi- Maxi- Nickel Chromium No - mum Range mum mum mum Range Range 

No. Range Range mum mum Range Range 30905 0.08 0.20-0.70 0.75 0.030 0.030 17.00-20.00 8.00-10 00 

ill* ninn™ nmnwi n run n row i nn un n ac n 7c 309,s 0.09-0.20 0.20-0.70 0.75 0.030 0.030 17.00-20.00 8.00-10.00 

\\\l S'S'nw n'^n'An n'nln SnS m" 'S nllnil 5,2I ° 0J2 °- 60 °- 50 °' 030 °- 030 1 1.50-13.00 

l\ll '!* S-S'nm nolo XnS m" m Alnit X5l4f0 0J2 °- 60 °- 50 °- 030 - 15 " - 50 '3.00-15.00 

I io o??1n? o'S'om n'nln n'ntn m" 'In nll'Sw 5,33S °- 25 -°- 40 °" 60 °- B0 °- 030 °- 030 12.00-14.00 

lis o"3o"u"40 o'S'om n'rln nnS m" "S nttll 5I5I ° 0J2 °- 60 °- 50 °- 030 °' 030 '4.00-16.00 

3135 0.30-0.40 0.50-0.80 0.040 0.050 1.00-1,50 0.45-0.75 51710 12 60 50 n (nn nmn lAnnifinn 

3140 0.35-0.45 0.60-0.90 0.040 0.050 1.00-1.50 0.45-0.75 * U ™ ^ U U " 6U U ' b ° °- 030 °- 030 "6.00-18.00 

X3I40 0.35-0.45 0.60-0.90 0.040 0,050 1.00-1.50 0.60-0.90 (I) Silicon range of ail S.A.E. basic open hearth steels shall be 15-0 30 

3145 0.40-0.50 0.60-0.90 0.040 0.050 1.00-1.50 0.45-0.75 For electric and acid open hearth alloy steels, the silicon content shall 

3150 0.45-0.55 0.60-0.90 0.040 0.050 1.00-1.50 0.45-0.75 be 0.15 minimum. 

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Heat Temperatures and Colors for 
Hardening Steel 



Centigrade 


Fahrenheit 


Color 


400 


753 


RED— Visible in the Dark 


474 


885 


RED— Visible at Twilight. 


525 


975 


RED — Visible at Daylight. 


581 


1077 


RED— Visible at Sunlight. 


800 


1472 


DULL CHERRY RED. 


900 


1652 


CHERRY RED. 


1000 


1832 


BRIGHT CHERRY RED. 


1100 


2012 


OANGE RED. 


1200 


2192 


ORANGE YELLOW. 


1300 


2372 


YELLOW WHITE. 


1400 


2552 


WHITE: WELDING 


1500 


2732 


BRILLIANT WHITE 


1600 


2912 


BLUISH WHITE. 



To Harden Cast Iron, Many times it is very convenient to make an 
article of cast iron that needs to be finished, and which should be 
very hard. Cast iron can be hardened as easily as steel, and to such 
a degree of hardness that a file will not touch it. Take Vi pint sul- 
phuric acid, 1 peck common salt, V2 pound saltpetre, 2 pounds alum, 
l A pound prussiate potash, Va pound cyanide potash; dissolve in 10 
gallons soft water. Be sure that all the ingredients are dissolved. 
Heat the iron to a cherry red, and dip it in the solution. If the article 
needs to be very hard, heat and dip the second, and even the 
third time. 

Hardening Cast Iron. Heat to cherry red, coat with cyanide of 
potassium, reheat to a cherry red, and plunge into cold water. 

Case Hardening. Place horn, hoof, bone dust or shreds of leather, 
together with the article to be case hardened, in an iron box subject 
to a blood red heat, then immerse the article in cold water. 

Case Hardening Mixtures: 3 Prussiate of potash, 1 Sal-ammoniac, 

or: 1 Prussiate of potash, 2 Sal-ammoniac, 2 Bone dust. 

Case Hardening Iron. Common Prussiate of Potash Process: Crush 
the potash to a powder, being careful that there are no lumps left in 
it, then heat the iron as hot as possible, without causing it to scale; 
with a piece of rod iron, spoon shaped at the end, apply the prussiate 
of potash to the surface of the iron, rub it with the spoon end of the 
rod until it fuses and runs all over the article, which must then be 
placed in the fire again and slightly reheated and then plunged into 
water, observing the rules given for immersing steel so as not to 
warp the article. 

Case hardening, to be quickly performed, is done by the use of 
prussiate of potash. This is powdered and spread upon the surface 
of the piece of iron to be hardened, after the iron is heated to a 
bright red. It almost instantly fluxes or flows over the surface and 
when the iron is cooled to a dull red it is plunged into cold water. 
Some prefer a mixture of prussiate of potash 3 parts, sal ammoniac 
1 part; or prussiate 1 part, sal ammoniac 2 parts and finely pow- 
dered bone dust (unburned) 2 parts. The application is the same in 
each case. Proper case hardening, with a deep coating of steel if 
desired, is done by packing the article to be hardened in an iron box 
with horn, hoof, bone dust, shreds of leather or raw hide, or either of 
these and heated to a red heat, from one to three hours, then 
plunged in water. 



To Temper Steel Very Hard. Water 4 parts; flour 1 part; salt 2 
parts; mixed to a paste. Heat the steel until a coating adheres when 
dipped into the mixture; then heat to a cherry red and cool in cold, 
soft water. The steel will come out white and very hard. 

To Soften Steel. Place a quantity of newly-burnt lime in a damp 
place, where it will fall in the form of flour; put it in an iron box. 
Heat the articles to dull red; clean off all scale and put in lime and 
completely cover with lime; cover box over with iron lid and leave 
until cold. The more lime and the larger the box, the better. Keep 
airtight if possible. 

Annealing Steel. (Small quantity.) Heat the steel to a cherry red in 
a charcoal fire, then bury it in sawdust, in an iron box, covering the 
sawdust with ashes. Let it stay until cold. 

For a larger quantity and when it is required to be very soft, pack 
the steel with cast iron (lathe or planer) chips, in an iron box, as 
follows; Having at least half or three-quarters of an inch in depth of 
chips in the bottom of the box, put in a layer of steel, then more chips 
to fill spaces between the steel and also the half or three-quarters of 
an inch space between the sides of the box and steel, then more 
steel; and lastly, at least one inch in depth of chips, well rammed 
down on top of the steel. Heat the whole to and keep at a red heat 
for from two to four hours. Do not disturb the box until cold. 

Annealing Steel. For small pieces of steel, take a piece of gas-pipe 
two or three inches in diameter, and put the pieces in it, first heating 
one end of the pipe and drawing it together, leaving the other end 
open to look into. When the pieces are of a cherry red, cover the 
fire with sawdust. Use a charcoal fire, and leave the steel in 
over night. 

To Anneal Cast Iron. Heat to a cherry-red, having it lie level in 
the fire. Then with tongs, put on a piece of sulphur, a little less in 
size than the hole is to be. This softens the iron entirely through. Let 
it lie in the fire until cooled, when it is ready to drill. 

How to Anneal Small Tools. Prepare two pieces of wood with one 
surface of each perfectly smooth. Heat the articles to be annealed to 
a cherry red and place them between the two smoothed surfaces of 
the wood pieces and clamp the whole in a vise. The hot metal will 
burn a pocket with charcoal surrounding it. When thoroughly cool 
the tool may be removed. 

How to Anneal Brass or Copper. In working brass or copper, it 
will become hard, and if hammered to any great extent will split. To 
prevent cracking or splitting, the piece must be heated to a dull red 
heat and plunged into cold water; this will soften it so it can be 
worked easily. Be careful not to heat brass too hot, or it will fall to 
pieces. The piece must be annealed frequently during the process of 
hammering. 

To Case Harden Soft Steel. Place the steel to be hardened in the 
furnace and heat to a cherry red. Then apply cyanide of potassium 
to cover the entire surface, and see that it fuses. Return to the fire 
and heat again and then plunge in cold water. Contributed by H. M. 
Dinsmore, Providence, R. I. 

Temper can be drawn from brass by the same process by which it 
is put into iron — by heating to cherry red and then plunging into 
water. 



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Alloying Elements in Steel 

Metallic Molybdenum. Pure molybdenum is a white, soft, ductile 
metal resembling platinum. In the production of molybdenum metal, 
ammonium molybdate is heated in an electric furnace and reduced 
by hydrogen to pure molybdenum powder, which is pressed and 
solidified by passing a strong electric current through it. The result- 
ing ingot is rolled and drawn into the required sizes of sheet and 
wire. Its use is practically limited to the brackets in incandescent 
lamps and parts of radio tubes. 

Effect of Molybdenum in Steel. Molybdenum, according to Sau- 
veur, is soluble in both gamma and alpha iron. It is generally ac- 
cepted that it also forms complex carbides in steel, and induces in 
the steel a marked ability to retain these carbides in solid solution 
upon cooling from above the critical temperature. In this propensity 
toward hardening, Gillett and Mack state that molybdenum is, with 
the exception of carbon, the most active and potent element used in 
steel. Strength, resistance to wear, and toughness are the resulting 
qualities imparted to the steel. 

Vanadium in Steel. The metallic element vanadium is classified in 
the fifth group of elements in the Periodic System. It is grayish-white 
in appearance, non-magnetic and has a high electrical resistivity. 
It is considered the hardest of the metallic elements and the most 
difficult to reduce from its oxides. It has never been produced in the 
pure metallic state. The discovery of vanadium is credited to the 
Swedish chemist, Sefstrom, who detected it in some remarkably soft, 
ductile iron produced from an ore at Taberg, Sweden. 

Vanadium Tool Steel. Vanadium is a constituent of practically all 
high-speed tool steels, in amounts varying from 0.30 to 2.50 per cent. 
It is also used extensively in straight carbon tool steel for all tool 
steel applications. Vanadium tool steels have a greater hardening 
range, can be heated to a higher temperature without injury, have 
greater depth of penetration of hardening effect, are stronger, 
tougher, and hold their cutting edge better. The percentage of vana- 
dium in tool steels will range from 0.15 to 0.35 per cent. 

Weights of Steel Bars 

Carbon Steels. The weights given have been calculated from the 
unit, 1 cubic inch equals 0.2833 pound or its equivalent, 1 cubic foot 
equals 489.54 pounds. A convenient unit much used in practice is 1 
cubic inch equals 0.3 pound. This gives weights about 6 per cent 
heavier than those in the tables,, but since bar steel is usually fur- 
nished slightly full to size, weights calculated on this basis yield 
fairly close working results for all except very large sizes. 

High Speed Steels. On account of the large proportion of special 
elements present, high speed steels are heavier than carbon steels. 



While this increased weight is not constant, a fairly close estimation 
of the weight of high speed steels may be obtained by adding 10 per 
cent to the figures for carbon steel as given in the tables. In other 
words, multiply the figures in the tables by 1.1 to obtain the weight 
of high speed steel. 



Steel Tests 

The elastic limit is the maximum load which can be applied to a 
piece of steel without causing permanent deformation. For example, 
if a rod of steel is firmly attached to its upper end and a load of 1000 
lbs. is put on the lower end, the rod will stretch slightly. If the load 
is removed, the rod will go back to its original length. If a load of 
2000 lbs. is applied, the rod will stretch twice as much and will again 
return to its original dimensions. If the loading is gradually in- 
creased, a point will eventually be reached when the amount of 
stretch will be more than proportionally increased. If the load is then 
removed, it will be found that the rod has been permanently de- 
formed and that it will not return to its original length. This is the 
elastic limit of the steel. The elastic limit is usually about one-half 
of the tensile strength of the annealed carbon steels. 

Tensile strength is the load (usually expressed in pounds per 
square inch) required to rupture a piece of steel. The tensile strength 
of Toncan metal is about 50,000 lbs. per square inch. 

Elongation is the amount of stretch in the metal up to the point of 
fracture. Elongation is usually expressed in per cent in eight inches 
or in two inches. For example, if an eight inch bar is measured after 
it is fractured and found to be ten inches long, the increase in length 
(2 inches) or elongation will be 25% of the original length. The 
elongation of Toncan metal is about 25% in eight inches. 

Reduction of area means the amount of reduction in the cross sec- 
tion of the test piece at the point of fracture. For example, if the cross 
section of the test was originally one square inch and the cross sec- 
tion at the point of fracture is found to be one-half of a square inch, 
the reduction of area would be 50%. The reduction of area of Ton 
can metal is about 60%. The reduction of area and the elongation 
are used as measures of the ductility of the metal. 

To Test the Quality of Iron. If fracture gives long, silky fibres of 
leaden gray hue, fibres cohering and twisting together before break- 
ing, it may be considered a tough, soft iron. A medium even grain 
mixed with fibres, a good sign: a short, blackish fibre indicating 
badly refined iron. A very fine grain denotes a hard, steady iron 
apt to be cold short, hard to work with a file. Coarse grain with a 
brilliant crystallized fracture, yellow or brown spots denotes a brittle 
iron, cold short working easy when heated, welds easily. Cracks on 
the edge of bars, sign of hot short iron. Good iron is readily heated, 
soft under the hammer, and throws out but few sparks. All iron con- 
tains more or less carbon, the hardest the most. 



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Comparison of BrinnelL Rockwell and Scleroscope Hardness Numerals 



fBrinnell Hardness Tests made with loads of 3000 and 500 Kg. for 30 
seconds. 

Rockwell Hardness Tests taken on Models 3A and 3F under conditions as 
given by manufacturer. 

Scleroscope Hardness Tests taken on Types C and D. 

The hardness values were obtained on specimens over one inch in cross 
section and on various grades of carbon and alloy steels. 

The conversions, of course, can only be approximate for all grades and 
gages of steel, so the table is intended for a guide for the comparison of 
hardness numerals. 





BRINNELL 


Dia. of 


Load Applied and 


Impres- 


B. H. 


Numbers 


sion 


3000 


500 


mm. 


Kff. 


Kg". 


2.00 


945 


158 


2.05 


899 


150 


2.10 


856 


143 


2.15 


817 


136 


2.20 


780 


130 


2.25 


745 


124 


2.30 


712 


119 


2.35 


682 


114 


2.40 


653 


109 


2.45 


627 


104 


2.50 


601 


100 


2.55 


578 


96.3 


2.60 


555 


92.6 


2.65 


534 


89.0 


2.70 


514 


85.7 


2.75 


495 


82.6 


2,80 


477 


79.6 


2.85 


461 


76.8 


2.90 


444 


74.1 


2.95 


429 


71.5 


3.00 


415 


69.1 


3.05 


401 


66.8 


3.10 


388 


64.6 


3.15 


375 


62.5 


3.20 


363 


60.5 


3.25 


352 


58.6 


3.30 


341 


56.8 


3.35 


33J 


55.1 


3.40 


321 


53.4 


3.45 


311 


51.8 


3.50 


302 


50.3 


3.55 


293 


48.9 


3.60 


285 


47.5 


3.65 


277 


46.1 


3.70 


269 


44.9 


3.75 


262 


43.6 


3.80 


255 


42.4 


3.85 


248 


41.3 


3.90 


241 


40.2 


3.95 


235 


39.1 


4.00 


229 


38.1 


4.05 


223 


37.1 



c. 

-40 
-35 
-30 
-25 
-20 
-19 
-18 
-17 
-16 
-15 
-14 
-13 
-12 
-11 
-10 

- 9 

- 8 

- 7 

- 6 

- 5 



P. 

-40 
-31 
-22 
-13 

- 4.0 

- 2.2 

- 0.4 
1.4 
3.2 
5.0 
6.8 
8.6 

10.4 
12.2 
14.0 
15.8 
17.6 
19.4 
21.2 
23.0 



C. 

- 4 

- 3 

- 2 

- 1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



P. 

24.8 

26.6 
28.4 
30.2 
32.0 
33.8 
35.6 
37.4 
39.2 
41.0 
42.8 
44.6 
46.4 
48.2 
50.0 
51.8 
53.6 
55.4 
57.2 
59.0 
60.8 



c. 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 



ROCKWELL 

•*C" "B" 

Dia- 1/16 Vb 

mond Inch Inch 

Cone Ball Fenetrator 



SCLERO- 
SCOPE 



64 




63 




61 




60 




59 




57 




56 




55 




53 




52 




51 




50 




49 




48 




47 




45 




43 




42 




41 




40 




39 




38 




36 




35 




33 




32 




31 




30 




29 




28 




27 




25 




24 




23 




22 


102 


21 


101 


19 


100 


18 


99 



P. 

62.6 

64.4 
66.2 
68.0 
69.8 
71.6 
73.4 
75.2 
77.0 
78.8 
80.6 
82.4 
84.2 
86.0 
87.8 
89.6 
91.4 
93.2 
95.0 
96.8 



98 
98 
97 
96 
95 
93 
92 
90 
88 
86 
84 
81 
79 
76 
74 
72 
69 
67 
64 
62 
60 
58 
56 
54 
52 
50 
48 
47 
45 
43 
41 
40 
38 
37 
36 
35 
34 
33 



Dia. of 

Impres- 
sion 
mm. 

4.10 

4.15 

4.20 

4.25 

4.30 

4.35 

4.40 

4.45 

4.50 

4.55 

4.60 

4.65 

4.70 

4.75 

4.80 

4.85 

4.90 

4.95 

5.00 

5.05 

5.10 

5.15 

5.20 

5.25 

5.30 

5,35 

5.40 

5.45 

5.50 

5.55 

5.60 

5,65 

5.70 

5.75 

5.80 

5.85 

5.90 

5.95 

6.00 

6.05 

6.10 

6.15 

6.20 

6.25 

6.30 

6.35 

6.40 

6.45 

6.50 

6.55 



BRINNELL 

Load Applied and 
^. Numbers 



3000 

217 
212 
207 
201 
197 
192 
187 
183 
179 
174 
170 
167 
163 
159 
156 
152 
149 
146 
143 
140 
137 
134 
131 
128 
126 
123 
121 
118 
116 
114 
111 
109 
107 
105 
103 
101 
99.2 
97.3 
95.5 
93.7 
92.0 
90.3 
88.7 
87.1 
85.5 
84.0 
82.5 
81.0 
79.6 
78.2 



500 

Kg". 

36.2 

35.3 

34.4 

33.6 

32.8 

32.0 

31.2 

30.5 

29.8 

29.1 

28.4 

27.8 

27.1 

26.5 

25.9 

25.4 

24.8 

24.3 

23.8 

23.3 

22.8 

22.3 

21.8 

21.4 

20.9 

20.5 

20.1 

19.7 

19.3 

18.9 

18.6 

18.2 

17.8 

17.5 

17.2 

16.8 

16.6 

16.2 

15.9 

15.6 

15.3 

15.1 

14.8 

14.5 

14.2 

14.0 

13.7 

13.5 

13.3 

13.0 



ROCKWELL SCLERO- 

"C" "B" SCOPE 

Dia- 1/16 y 8 

mond Inch Inch 

Cone Ball Fenetrator 



Comparison of Thermometric Scales 



c. 

37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 



P. 

98.6 
100.4 
102.2 
104.0 
105.8 
107.6 
109.4 
111.2 
113.0 
114.8 
116.6 
118.4 
120.2 
122.0 
123.8 
125.6 
127.4 
129.2 
131.0 
132.8 
134.6 



Centigrade 
C P. 

136.4 
138.2 
140.0 
141.8 
143.6 
145.4 
147.2 
149.0 
150.8 
152.6 
154.4 
156.2 
158.0 
159.8 
161.6 
163.4 
165.2 
167.0 
168.8 
170.6 



and Fahrenheit 



58 

59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



C. 

78 
79 
SO 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 



P. 

172.4 
174.2 
176.0 
177.8 
179.6 
181.4 
183.2 
185.0 
186.8 
188.6 
190.4 
192.2 
194.0 
195.8 
197.6 
199.4 
201.2 
203.0 
204.8 
206.6 
208.4 



C. 

99 
100 
105 
110 
115 
120 
125 
130 
135 
140 
145 
150 
155 
160 
165 
170 
175 
180 
185 
190 



P. 

210.2 
212,0 
221.0 
230.0 
239.0 
248.0 
257.0 
266.0 
275.0 
284.0 
293.0 
302.0 
311.0 
320.0 
329.0 
338.0 
347.0 
356.0 
365.0 
374.0 



C. 

195 
200 
205 
210 

215 
220 
225 

230 
235 

240 
245 
250 
255 
260 
265 
270 
275 
280 
285 
290 
295 



17 

15 

13 

12 

11 

10 

9 

8 

7 

6 

4 

3 

2 

1 





— 1 

—2 

—3 

—4 

—6 

—7 

- 9 

—11 

—12 

—14 

-16 

—17 

—19 

-20 



P. 

383.0 
392.0 
401.0 
410.0 
419.0 
428.0 
437.0 
446.0 
455.0 
464.0 
473.0 
482.0 
491.0 
500.0 
509.0 
518.0 
527.0 
536.0 
545.0 
554.0 
563.0 



98 
97 
95 
94 
93 
92 
91 
90 
90 
89 
88 
87 
86 
85 
84 
83 
82 
81 
80 
79 
78 
77 

76 
75 

74 

73 

72 

71 

70 

68 

67 

66 

65 

64 

63 

62 

61 

60 

59 

58 

57 

55 

54 

52 

50 

49 

47 

45 

43 

42 



110 
110 
110 
109 
109 
108 
108 
108 
107 
107 
106 
106 
105 
105 
104 
104 
103 
103 
102 
102 
101 
101 
100 
100 
99 
99 
98 
98 
97 
97 
96 
95 
95 
94 
93 
93 
92 
91 
91 
90 
89 
89 
88 
87 
87 
86 
85 
85 
84 
84 



C. 

300 
310 
320 
330 
340 
350 
360 
370 
380 
390 
400 
420 
440 
460 
480 
500 
520 
540 
560 
580 



P. 

572 
590 
608 
626 
644 
662 
680 
698 
716 
734 
752 
788 
824 
860 
896 
932 
968 
1004 
1040 
1076 



C. 

600 

650 

700 

750 

800 

850 

900 

950 

1000 

1050 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1900 

2000 



32 
31 
30 
29 
29 
28 
28 
27 
26 
26 
25 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 
22 
22 
21 
21 
20 
20 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 



P. 

1112 
1202 
1292 
1382 
1472 
1562 
1652 
1742 
1832 
1922 
2012 
2192 
2372 
2552 
2732 
2912 
3092 
3272 
3452 
3632 



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Spelter Solder 



PRACTICE IN MIXING SPELTER SOLDER FOR 
USE ON BRASS AND STEEL TUBES 

To Prepare Borax 

Put sufficient quantity of Borax in pan to cover bottom of pan, 
heat over slow fire — an hour should be sufficient to dry out the 
borax. Borax should crumble in the fingers to fine powder. 

To Prepare Solder 

The Solder is mixed with Burnt Borax in the proportion of 10 
pounds Solder to 1 pound of Borax. Add enough water while pound- 
ing for IV2 to 2 hours to bring to the consistency of putty. This mix- 
ture will serve as the supply. 

To Use 

Place a small quantity in a brazer's dish, thinning with water to 
about the consistency of cement for grouting. Apply this mixture 
to the articles. This formula can be changed to meet conditions. 

PRACTICE IN MIXING SPELTER SOLDER ALLOYS 
FOR SHEET METAL AND CAST BUTTONS 

Ten pounds 2 oz. Quick Running Gray Spelter Solder to 1 pound 
10 oz. Burnt Borax. Shell must be cleaned before solder mixture is 
applied with small brush around the eye of button. The Solder mix- 
ture should set before going to the Gas Furnace to be fused. Button 
is then pickled and cleaned for finishing. In some cases the manu- 
facturers use blow pipes for fusing the solder rather than continuous 
or automatic gas furnace, which method takes about a minute and 
a half for Solder to fuse. 

White Brazing Solder— A white brazing solder which may be 
used with good results on iron and steel, according to the brass 
world, consists of copper, 45 per cent; zinc, 45 per cent, and 
nickel, 10 per cent. The use of the small quantity of nickel in the 
mixture gives the necessary whiteness and increases the melting 
point but slightly. In brazing steel or iron, silver solder, which 
flows readily without oxide and at a low temperature, is much to 
be preferred, but its expansiveness sometimes makes a suitable 
substitute desirable. 

Tinsmiths' Solder— Tin, 1 pound; lead, 1 pound. 

Plumbers' Solder — Tin, 2 pounds; lead, 5 pounds. 

Hard Solder— Copper, 1 pound; zinc, 8 ounces. 

Solder ior Aluminum— Aluminum, 6 parts; zinc, 2 parts; phos- 
phor-tin, 4 parts. 

Solder for Gold— Gold, 3 pounds; silver, 1 pound; copper, 1 
pound. 

Solder for Silver — Copper, 2 pounds; silver, 1 ounce; sheet brass, 
15 pounds. 

Solder for Britannia — Tin, 7 pounds; lead, 4 pounds. 

Yellow Solder — Copper and zinc, equal parts. 

Black Solder- — Copper, 2 pounds; zinc, 2 pounds; tin, 4 ounces. 

To Keep Hot Lead From Sticking — Prepare a mixture of 1 quart 
powdered charcoal, 1/2 pint salt, 1 gill yellow prussiate of potash 
and lump of cyanide of potassium the size of a walnut. Apply this 
to the surface of the pot or to tools to be heated in the molten 
metal. » 

Melting Babbitt — Put a piece of resin, the size of a walnut, into 
your babbitt; stir thoroughly, then skim. It makes babbitt run better, 
and improves it. Babbitt will run in places with the resin in, where, 
without, it would not. It is also claimed that resin will prevent 
blowing when pouring in damp boxes — better still, warm them 
slightly before pouring. 

A little pulverized charcoal put on top of melted babbitt or lead 
will reduce oxidation. 



Fluxes 

FOR SOLDERING OR WELDING 

Copper and Brass Sal Ammoniac 

Iron Borax 

Lead Tallow or Resin 

Lead and Tin Pipes Resin and Sweet Oil 

Tinned Iron Resin 

Zinc. Chloride of Zinc 

Steel — Pulverize together 1 part of sal ammoniac and 10 parts of 
borax and fuse until clear. When solidified, pulverize to powder. 

Soldering or Tinning Acid — Muriatic acid, 1 pound; put into it all 
the zinc it will dissolve, and 1 ounce of sal ammoniac, then it is 
ready for use. 

Tinning Acid for Brass and Copper — Muriatic acid, I pound; give 
it all the zinc it will dissolve; add 4 ounces sal ammoniac, 1 pint 
water. 

Acid for Soldering Tin — Muriatic acid, I part; add all the zinc it 
will dissolve; then add 2 parts water and a little sal ammoniac. 

Acid for Soldering Brass and Copper — Muriatic acid, 1 pound; 
zinc, 4 ounces; sal ammoniac, 5 ounces. 

Acid for Soldering Zinc— Muriatic acid, 1 pound; sal ammoniac, 
2 ounces; all the zinc it will dissolve; water, 3 pints. 

Acid for Soldering Iron — Muriatic acid, 1 pound; sperm tallow, 6 
ounces; sal ammoniac, 4 ounces. 

Acid for Soldering Gold and Silver — Muriatic acid, 1 pound; 
sperm tallow, 8 ounces; sal ammoniac, 8 ounces. 

Tinning Brass or Copper — Articles of brass or copper boiled in a 
solution of chlorite of potassium mixed with turnings or scraps of 
tin in a few moments become covered with a firmly attached layer 
of fine tin. 

A similar effect is produced by boiling the articles with tin turn- 
ings or scraps and caustic alkali, or cream of tartar. In either way, 
articles made of copper or brass may be easily and perfectly tinned. 

Tinning Iron or Steel — One ounce of sulphuric acid mixed with 8 
ounces of granulated tin. Heat the mixture to the boiling point and 
pour over the work, after it has been well cleaned. Let the work 
stand for ten minutes and then stir well. Repeat this process once 
or twice according to thickness of the coating required. This will 
give good results on tacks, wire nail, etc. 

Brazing Brass — The edges filed or scraped clean and bright, 
covered with spelter and powdered borax and exposed in a clear 
fire to a heat sufficient to melt the solder. 

Soldering Brass — All kinds of brass may be soldered with Bath 
metal solder (79 copper, 21 zinc) or soft spelter, using borax as a 
flux. A good plan is to spread on a little paste of borax and water 
and lay a bit of tinfoil on this, then heating until the tin melts and 
runs and thus coats the surface. Work previously tinned in this way 
can be joined neatly and easily. 

Composition for Welding — To 20 parts of iron filings, add 10 parts 
of borax and 1 V2 parts sal ammoniac and 1 part of balsam of copaiva 
or other resinous oil. Mix well, heated and pulverized. The surfaces 
to be united are powdered with this mixture; after which, place 
the article in the fire and let it come to a cherry red heat; when 
the composition melts take the portions to be welded from the fire 
and join together. 

Mixture for Welding Steel — 1 Sal-ammoniac, 10 Borax. Pounded 
together and fused until clear, when it is poured out, and after 
cooling, reduced to powder. 



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To Drill Hardened Steel — Cover your steel with melted beeswax; 
when coated and cold, make a hole in the wax with a fine pointed 
needle or other article the size of hole you require; put a drop of 

strong nitric acid upon it; after an hour, rinse off and apply again; 
it will gradually eat through. A mixture of one ounce of sulphate 
of copper, l A ounce of alum, Vi teaspoonful of powdered salt, 1 
gill vinegar, and 20 drops of nitric acid will make a hole in steel 
that is too hard to cut or file easily. 

A small hole drilled at the end of a crack in sheet steel will stop 
it from growing longer. 

Straightening Hardened Steel — In hardening and tempering 
tools they sometimes spring, to the great annoyance of the work- 
men and not seldom the tool is reheated and rehardened. In most 
cases this may be avoided. To straighten a piece of steel already 
heated and tempered, heat it lightly — not enough to draw the 
temper — and it may be straightened by blows from a hammer, if 
the character of the tool will admit of such treatment, or, as in case 
of a tap, it may be straightened by a heavy mallet on a hardwood 
block. Although the steel, when cold, would break like glass with 
this treatment, when slightly warmed, it will yield to moderately 
heavy blows uninjured. 

To Resharpen Old Files — Wash the files in warm potash water 
to remove the grease and dirt, then wash in warm water and dry 
by heat. Put l 1 /^ pints warm water in a wooden vessel, put in the 
files, add 3 oz. blue vitriol finely powdered, 3 oz. borax. Mix well 
and turn the files so that every one may come in contact with 
the mixture. Add lO'/i oz - sulphuric acid and l /l oz - cider vinegar. 
Remove the files after a short time, dry, rub with olive oil, wrap 
in porous paper. Coarse files should be kept in the mixture for a 
longer time than fine ones. 

To Prevent Tools from Rusting — Melt half pound of lard; add a 
half ounce of camphor, stirring well and skimming off the scum; 
then stir 3 ounces of finely powdered graphite into the melted lard 
and camphor. Clean the tools, wipe them dry and smear them with 
this hot mixture. After twenty-four hours any surplus of the grease 
on them can be wiped off with a cloth or clean water. 

How to Use Taps and Dies— Tapping or threading steel will be 
facilitated by a liberal use of lard oil, which is better than mineral 
oil. Keep a can handy for threading jobs. Cast iron should be 
threaded dry. Use kerosene for best results in threading aluminum. 

Sharpening Cutters — Keep cutters sharpened properly. A dull 
cutter wears very rapidly and does poor work. As soon as there is 
any appearance of dullness in a cutter, pass it once or twice across 
a grinding wheel, which should be mounted upon a suitably de- 
signed machine. This in the long run will save time in sharpening, 
prolong the life of the cutters, and enable them to do their best and 
most rapid work. Formed cutters should have their teeth ground 
radially and so that they are all of the same height. 

Tempering Color for Tools — After hardening, a tool should be 
polished and drawn as follows: 

Lathe, planer and boring tools — Light straw. 
Reamers, taps, scrapers— Dark straw. 

Drills— Brown. 

Wood bits, slitting saws, etc. — Light purple. 

Cold chisels, punches- — Blue. 

Thermometer for Tempering— Use thermometer in a bath of oil. 
Place stock in same and you can get any temperature you want 
395 F, is a very good temper for edged tools; 550 F. makes a good 
clock spring temper. 



LUBRICANTS FOR CUTTING TOOLS 









Drilling 




Material 


Turning 


Chucking 


Milling 


Reaming 


Tool Steel 


Dry or 


Oil or 


Oil 






Oil 


Soda Water 




Lard Oil 


Soft Steel 


Dry or 




Oil or 


Lard Oil 




Soda Water 


Soda Water 


Soda Water 




Wrought 


Dry or 




Oil or 


Lard Oil 


Iron 


Soda Water 


Soda Water 


Soda Water 




Copper 


Dry 


Oil 


Oil 


Mixture 



Mixture is l / 3 Crude Petroleum, 2 /z Lard Oil. 

Brass, Babbitt Metal and Cast Iron use no lubricant. 

Screw Lubricant — Put hard soap on lag screws, wood screws, 
or any screw for wood. It will surprise you how much easier they 
will turn in. 

Lubricant for Heavy Journals — One pound of powdered graphite 
to 4 pounds of tallow well ground together. About '/2 pound of 
powdered camphor gum will add much to the wearing quality of 
the lubricant. 

Sal Soda for Turning — Strong sal soda water or soapy water is 

much better than clean water, to use where water cuts are being 
taken, either on lathe or planer. 

Filing Lubricant — Oil or chalk rubbed on a file will make it cut 

smoother on steel or wrought iron, but it cuts slower. The oil may 
afterward be removed by rubbing with chalk and brushing off with 
a file card. 

In filing cast iron, brass, or copper, no lubricant is used. 

File Pinning — In filing steel or wrought iron, the file is liable to 
"pin," that is, the filings become wedged between the teeth. This 
may be prevented to an extent by filling the spaces with chalk or oil, 
or both. If a file card fails to remove filings, use a thin piece of 
soft iron, not hard steel. 

Sealing Gasoline Joints — Common rosin soap applied to screw 

joints or surfaces of fittings will prevent any leakage of gasoline. 

Anti-Rust Compound for Machinery — Dissolve 1 ounce camphor 
in 1 pound melted lard, skim off and stir in about 3 ounces powdered 
graphite. Clean the machinery and paint with a brush and allow 
one day to dry, then rub off the mixture with a soft cloth. 

To Prevent Rusting— Boiled linseed oil will keep polished tools 
from rusting if it is allowed to dry on them. Common sperm oil will 
prevent them from rusting for a short period. A coat of copal var- 
nish is frequently applied to polished tools exposed to the weather. 

BREAKING GLASS TO ANY DESIRED DESIGN 

Make a small notch by means of a file on the edge of the glass, 
then heat the end of an iron rod red hot and apply the iron to the 
notch, drawing it slowly along the surface of the glass in any direc- 
tion desired, and a crack will follow the direction. 

Drilling Glass or Other Hard Materials— This is done very readily 
with a common drill, by using a mixture of turpentine and camphor. 
When the point of the drill has come through it should be taken out 
and the hole worked through with the point of a three-cornered file, 

having the edges ground sharp. Use the corners of the file, scraping 
the glass rather than using the file as a reamer. Great care must 
be taken not to crack the glass or flake off parts of it in finishing 
the hole after the point of the drill has come through. Use the 
mixture freely during the drilling and scraping. The above mixture 
will be found very useful in drilling hard cast iron. Tempered steel 
can be drilled by making the drill very hard and using this mixture 
in the proportion of one part spirits of camphor to four parts tur- 
pentine. 



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LENGTH OF OPEN BELTS 

To find the length of an open belt, pass a steel tape around the 
pulleys. Cut the belt to this length if a single belt, but add twice 
the thickness of the belt if a double belt. 

The length of small belts may be found by passing the belt around 
pulleys and straining with hand pull. 

New belts stretch and become slack after a short time and the 
slack should be taken up. With large belts, stretching may be 
anticipated by cutting the belt one inch shorter for every ten feet. 
Rule lor Length of Open Belt: 

Add diameter of pulleys in inches and multiply sum by 1.57, then 
add to product twice the distance between centers in inches. 
Formula for Length of Open Belt; 

(R—r)2 

L— 3.14 (R+r) + 2D+ 

D 

/?=radius of large pulley. Z}=distanee between cen- 

ters of shaft. 
r =radius of small pulley. L=length of belt. 

Rule for Length of Crossed Belts: 

When pulleys are in place, find length with a tape, but if not 
in place use this formula: 

(R—rP 
L=3.14(fl + r)+2D+- 



/?=radius of large pulley. 



D 

/)— distance between cen- 
ters of shaft. 
r =radius of small pulley. L=length of belt. 

For double belt, add the thickness of belt to the diameters of 
pulleys. 

LEATHER BELTING CEMENT 

Take of common glue and American isinglass equal parts; place 
them in a boiler and add water sufficient to just cover the whole. 
Let it soak ten hours, then bring the whole to a boiling heat and 
add pure tannin, until the whole becomes ropy or appears like 
the white of eggs. Apply it warm. Buff the grain off the leather, 
where it is to be cemented; rub the joint surfaces solidly together, 
let it dry a few hours and it is ready for practical use; and if 
properly put together, it will not need riveting, as the cement is 
nearly of the same nature as the leather itself. 

TO PRESERVE BELTS 

A very little pure lard oil or neatsfoot oil will preserve belts and 
prevent them from cracking. Castor oil and vaseline are also used. 

TO CLEAN BELTS 

If the belting is not brittle or rotten, a thorough wiping off of 
the excess of oil and scraping the face with a sharp tool to take 
off the gummy matter and finally wiping the inside with a little 
naptha or gasoline upon a cloth, will generally restore the belt. 
The pulley should be cleaned also. If the belting has become 
weak and rotten, it should be thrown away. 

LUBRICATOR FOR BELTS 

Five parts of India rubber are cut fine and melted together with 5 
parts oil of turpentine in an iron, well covered vessel; then add 4 
parts of resin, stir well, melt and add 4 parts of yellow wax, stirring 
constantly while melting. This mixture, while warm, is added, with 
constant stirring, to a melted mixture of 15 parts of fish oil and 5 
parts of tallow and the whole is agitated until it has congealed. The 
mass is applied to old belts upon both sides in a warm place and 
when the belts are in use, from time to time, upon the inner side. By 
this treatment they become very durable. 

RULES FOR CALCULATING SPEED OF PULLEYS 
Problem 1. The diameter of the driver and driven being given, 
to find the number of revolutions of the driven: 

Rule. Multiply the diameter of the driver by its number of revolu- 
tions, and divide the product by the diameter of the driven; the quo- 
tient will be the number of revolutions. 



Problem 2. The diameter and the revolutions of the driver being 
given, to find the diameter of the driven, that shall make any given 
number of revolutions in the same time: 

Rule. Multiply the diameter of the driver by its number of revolu- 
tions and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the 
driven; the quotient will be its diameter. 

Problem 3. To ascertain the size of the driver: 

Rule. Multiply the diameter of the driven by the number of revolu- 
tions you wish to make, and divide the product by the revolutions of 
the driver; the quotient will be the size of the driver. 

The above rules are practically correct. Though, owing to the slip, 
elasticity and thickness of the belt, the circumference of the driven 
seldom runs as fast as the driver. 

Belts, like gears, have a pitch-line, or a circumference of uniform 
motion. The circumference is within the thickness of the belt, and 
must be considered if pulleys differ greatly in diameter and a re- 
quired speed is absolutely necessary. 

ROPE DATA 

The Following Rope Information is based upon calculations for 
new manila rope without knots. In estimating the breaking strength 
of rope the following formula from Hunt and Miller has been used. 
Breaking strength equals 720 times the square of the circumference 
in inches. The safe load for any rope represents the greatest load 
that should be placed upon a single rope for its most economical 
wear. It will be seen in these tables that the safe load as given in 
the sixth column is about one-eighth the breaking load given in the 
sixth column. 

Pulley Diameters for best results with a given sized rope. As ropes 
pass over pulleys there is a constant bending and straightening. 
This causes the strands to chafe one another at the center. The larger 
the rope and the smaller the pulley the greater the wear. Hence to 
avoid the serious wear on a hoisting rope it should be run over a 
pulley of a diameter not less than 8 times the diameter of the rope in 
inches. For example a 3 /4-inch hay rope requires a 6-inch pulley, a 
1-inch rope an 8-inch pulley. Ropes used for transmitting power, as 
is required in the case of belts, should not be run over pulleys less 
than 40 times the diameter of the rope. 

Kinds of Rope. At the present time rope is made chiefly from sisal 
or manila hemp. The former which is the whiter and cheaper fiber, 
comes from Yucatan; the latter from the Philippine Islands, and re- 
ceives its name from the chief port of shipment. Rope is also made 
of cotton and of wire. Wire and hemp rope is used principally for 
industrial work, while cotton rope is used about the house and other 
uses where a soft pliable rope is required. 

A rope is composed of a certain number of strands, the strand 
itself being made up of a number of single threads or yarns. Three 
strands laid or twisted together form a hawser-laid rope, and three 
such hawsers similarly laid make a cable-laid rope or a cable. A 
shroud-laid rope 'usually consists of four strands around a central 
strand or core. The prepared fiber is twisted or spun in the right 
hand to form a yarn; the required number of yarns receive a left 
hand twist to make a strand; three strands twisted to the right make 
a hawser, and three hawsers twisted to the left form a cable. Thus 
the twist in each operation is in a different direction from that of the 
preceding one and this alteration of direction serves, to some extent, 
to keep the rope in its proper form. 

Why Rope is Twisted. The primary object of twisting fibers to- 
gether into a rope is to hold together the strands when a strain is 
applied. Twisting also compacts the fibres and prevents, to some 
extent, the penetration of moisture. The proper degree of twist in 
ropes is generally such that the rope is from three-fourths to two- 
thirds the length of yarn composing it. Hence, when a weight is 
hung on the end of a rope, there is a tendency to untwist and be- 
come longer. In thus untwisting the strands will loosen, the weight 
will revolve and the yarns in the strands will tighten until the strain 
upon them equals the strain upon the strands. In making rope the 
aim is to make the tension on the strands and on the yarns compos- 
ing the strands equal. But since this is impossible, it is always 
necessary to take out the turns in a new rope for the first two or 
three days that it is used. In case a new rope is inclined to be so 
kinky that it cannot be used the twist may be removed by tying it to 
a vehicle and dragging it about on the ground. 



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Tap and Die Information 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS 

Used in Connection with the Cutting and Measuring oi Screw Threads 

A tendency toward carelessness in expression has resulted in re- 
stricting many terms and unduly broadening others. The interchange- 
ability of many terms is not thoroughly understood. To describe an 
operation machinists use different expressions than terms used by 
superintendents and mechanical engineers. 

Allowance. British terms for variation in dimensions to allow for 
different qualities of fit. 

Angle (Helical). Or lead. The angle of the thread to the axis at the 
pitch line or at pitch diameter. 

Angle of thread. The total or included angle between the sides or 
walls of a thread, measured on the axial line. 

Chamfer. The taper toward point of tap made by cutting away the 
tops of the threads. It is customary also to relieve slightly the cham- 
fered threads. (See "Relief.") 

Clearance Angular. Allowance on the angles of the thread for 
screw threads to fit together. 

Clearance Bottom. Allowance or space at bottom of threads to pre- 
vent a bearing except on angle of threads. 

Clearance Top. Allowance at the apex of a screw thread in order 
to clear bottom of mating thread. 

Diameter External. The outside measurement over the top of the 

thread of a tap or screw. 

Diameter Pitch. The measurement on the angle of the thread at an 
imaginary line (called the pitch line) located in the threads between 
the top and bottom at a point where the width of the land and space 
are the same and equal to one-half the pitch. In practice this is 
measured by a thread caliper or micrometer. 

Flute. The groove cut in taps and reamers to make the cutting edge 
and allow room for chips. 

Gage Limit. A gage having two sizes, the difference between them 
representing the tolerance or allowable variations. One size must 
"go" into or over the work, while the other must "not go". Should be 
called "tolerance gage" unless dimensions or "limits" are marked 
on the gage. 

Gage Reference. The gage by which the workman's gage is tested. 
The reference gage is compared with the master gage. 

Gage Workman's. The gage used by the workman in inspecting 
the product. Tested periodically by the reference gage. 

Land. The threaded portions of a tap after the flutes have been 
formed. 

Lead. The longitudinal distance which a screw thread advances 
when turned one complete revolution. Do not confuse lead with pitch 
or chamfer. 

Pitch. The distance between two adjacent threads (from center to 
center). Correctly expressed in fractions, as "1/12 inch" but com- 
monly as "12 threads per inch." 

Rake. The angle of the cutting edge of the teeth of a tap or die. 

Relief. Any clearance allowed back of the cutting edge to reduce 
friction; whether on the top, bottom or wall of thread. 

Root. Bottom of thread. 

Threads per Inch. The number of threads per inch of linear meas- 
urements, as measured with a pitch gage. The reciprocal of the pitch. 

Thread Single. A thread in which the lead is equal to the pitch. 

Thread Double. A thread in which the lead is equal to two times 
the pitch. 

Thread Triple. A thread in which the lead is equal to three times 
the pitch. 

Thread Quadruple, A thread in which the lead is equal to four 
times the pitch. 

In ordering double, triple or quadruple threads, be sure to specify 
both pitch and lead; as 1-12 inch, 1-6 lead double (or triple) thread. 
In no other way can an understanding be assured. 



Electricity 



Electricity is a name derived from the Greek word "electron"— 
amber. It was discovered more than 2000 years ago that amber, 
when rubbed, possessed the curious property of attracting light 
bodies. 

There are certain bodies, which when warm and dry, acquire by 
friction the property of attracting feathers, filaments of silk or, indeed, 
any light body toward them. This body is called electricity and 
bodies which possess it are said to be electrified,— Linaeus Gumming. 

The production of electricity is simply a transformation of energy 
from one form into another; usually mechanical energy is changed 
into electrical energy and a dynamo is simply a device for effecting 
the transformation. 

Energy is the capacity for doing work. Steam under pressure is an 
example. 

Matter is anything occupying space which is of three dimensions 
—wide, long, deep — and which prevents other matter from occupy- 
ing the same space at the same time. 

An atom is the smallest quantity of matter which can exist and 
means that which cannot be cut, scratched or changed in form, 
although atoms possess a definite size and mass. 

A molecule is composed of two or more atoms. 

To sustain a current of electricity requires energy. To sustain 

magnetism requires no energy. 

The volt is measure unit of electro-motive force or electrical pres- 
sure; not power. This electromotive force will maintain a current of 
one ampere in current whose resistance is one ohm. 

The ampere is the measure unit denoting the strength of an electric 
current or the rate of the flow of electricity. It is that strength of cur- 
rent, or rate of flow, which would be maintained in a circuit whose 
resistance is one ohm by an electro-motive force of one volt. 

The ohm is the practical unit of resistance. It is that resistance 
which will limit the flow of an electric current under an electro- 
motive force of one volt to one ampere. 

In electrotechnics the electro-motive force, or electrical potential 
expressed in volts, corresponds with the pressure or head of water 
and the resistance in ohms to the friction in the pipe. 

Coulomb — Unit of quantity. Quantity of current which, impelled 
by 1 volt, would pass through 1 ohm in 1 second. 

Farad— Unit of capacity. A conductor or condenser which will hold 
one coulomb under the pressure of one volt. 

Joule— Unit of work. Work done by 1 watt in 1 second. 

Watt — The unit of electrical energy, and is the product of ampere 
and volt. That is one ampere of current flowing under a pressure of 
one volt gives one watt of energy. 

One electrical horsepower is equal to 746 watts. 

One Kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts. 

To find the watts consumed in a given electrical circuit, such as a 

lamp, multiply the volts by the amperes. 

To find the volts, divide the watts by the amperes. 

To find the amperes, divide the watts by the volts. 

To find the electrical horsepower required by a lamp, divide the 
watts of the lamp by 746. 

To find the number of lamps that can be supplied by one electrical 

horsepower of energy, divide 746 by the watts of the lamp. 

To find the electrical horsepower necessary, multiply the watts per 

lamp by the number of lamps, and divide by 746. 

To find the mechanical horsepower necessary to generate the re- 
quired electrical horsepower, divide the latter by the efficiency of 
the generator. 

To find the amperes of a given circuit, of which the volts and ohms 
resistance are known, divide the volts by the ohms. 

To find the volts, when the amperes and watts are known, multiply 
the amperes by the ohms. 

To find the resistance in ohms, when the volts and amperes are 

known, divide the volts by the amperes. 



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Cement for Joining Metals to Wood, Leather and Glass. Rosin, 50 
parts; burnt umber, 10 parts; calcined plaster, 5 parts; a little boiled 
oil improves it. 

To Cement Brass Work to Glass. Mix together 2 parts litharge, 1 
part white lead, 3 parts linseed oil and 1 part gum copal; use 

immediately. 

Stone and Iron Cement. When stone and iron are to be cemented 
together, use a compound of equal parts of pitch and sulphur. 

Reliable Paste for Sticking on Tin. To 8 ounces flour, 4 ounces 
brown sugar, 1 ounce bicarb-soda, add 5 ounces cold water. Mix 
the above thoroughly until free from lumps. Then add one and one- 
half pounds boiling water and cook for a short time, continuously 
stirring. After the paste is made, and while still hot, add one-half 
ounce sulphuric acid. 

Rust Joint Cement. (Quickly Setting). 1 Sal-ammoniac in powder 
(by weight). 2 flour of sulphur, 80 iron borings made to a paste with 
water. 

Rust Joint Cement. (Slowly Setting). 2 Sal-ammoniac, 1 flour of 
sulphur, 200 iron borings. 

The latter cement is the best if the joint is not required for immedi- 
ate use. 

Red Lead Cement for Face Joints. 1 of white lead, 1 of red lead, 

mixed with linseed oil to the proper consistency. 

Rust Joint Cement. Ten parts of iron filings and 3 parts chloride of 
lime mixed with water to form a paste. Apply to the joint and fasten 
securely together by pressure; allow 12 hours to set. The iron will 
break before the joint. 

Cement for Coppersmiths. Boiled linseed oil and red lead, mixed 
to the consistency of putty, is a good cement for stopping joints and 
cracks in copper pipe. 

Cement for Glass — Also China, Earthen and Stoneware. India- 
rubber, 1 part; chloroform, 60 parts; white shellac, 6 parts; gum 
mastic, 20 parts; shake frequently for two or three days and it will 
be ready for use. 

Glue to Resist Moisture. 

skim milk. 

Marine Glue. 1 of India rubber, 12 of mineral naphtha or coal tar. 
Heat gently, mix, and add 20 of powdered shellac. Pour out on a 
slab to cool. When used, to be heated to about 250°. 

Glue Cement to Resist Moisture. 1 glue, 1 black resin, V* red 

ochre, mixed with least possible quantity of water, or: 4 of glue, or 1 
oxide of iron, 1 of boiled oil (by weight). 

Rough Brass Fittings 

ROUGH BRASS FITTINGS— Iron Pipe Sizes 

Approximate weight 100 pieces — In pounds 

Article H Va % V* % 1 

Street elbows 6.16 7.81 14.74 31.2 49.1 69.36 

45° street ells...... 4.73 8.33 13. 19.3 24.2 44.15 

Elbows ....5.38 7.58 13.49 20.63 29.85 47.98 

Plain tees 7.67 11.04 18.88 29.08 37.5 63.99 

Crosses 9.37 7.3 32.69 31. 67.39 75. 

Caps 3.13 6.25 7.81. 10.49 15.47 29.69 

Couplings .. 3.12 7.43 11. 16.08 25.69 45.91 

Plugs 1.823 3.646 4.85 7.81 12.45 18.71 

Locknuts 3.12 4.69 5.48 6.09 13.02 20.05 

Article Wa IK 2 2% 3 

Street elbows .115.6 164.1 236.3 

45° street ells 52.88 75.27 126.9 221.6 394. 

Elbows 71.58 86.92 155.1 254. 432.6 

Plain tees - 79.06 104.4 200.8 325. 592.5 

Crosses -102.9 202.3 228.7 537.5 756.3 

Caps - 51.56 62.5 108.4 139.3 140.6 

Couplings 59.7 87.5 122.2 193.7 233.9 

Plugs 31.44 45.02 73.49 95.34 167.5 

Locknuts 26.45 34.23 55.97 150. 253.1 



Regular Polygons 



1 pound of glue melted in 2 quarts of 



No. of 
sides 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



No. of 
side e 



Name 

Triangle 

Square 

Pentag 

Hexag 

Heptag 

Octag 

Nonag 

Decag 

Undecag 

Dodecag 



Area when 

diameter of 

inscribed 

circle = 1 

1.299 
1.000 

.908 

.866 

.843 

.828 

.819 

.812 

.807 

.804 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 



Lengftli of 
side when 
perpen- 
dicular 
= 1 

3.464 
2.000 
1.453 
1.155 

.963 

.828 

.728 

.650 

.587 

.536 



Ferwen- 
cucuiar 

when side 
= 1 



Radius of 
circum- 
scribed circle 
when side = 1 



Area when 
side = 1 

.433 
1.000 
1.720 
2.598 
3.634 
4.828 
6.182 
7.694 
9.366 
11.196 



Iiength of side 
when radius 
of circum- 
scribed 
circle = 1 



.289 
.500 
.688 
.866 
1.039 
1.207 
1.347 
1.539 
1.703 
1.866 



Area of any regular polygon— 
of sides X length of one side-^-2. 



.577 1.732 

.707 1.414 

.851 1.176 

1.000 1.000 

1.152 .868 

1.307 .765 

1.462 .684 

1.618 .618 

1.775 .563 

1.932 .518 
: radius of inscribed circle X number 



Rules Relative to the Circle 

Diameter of circle that shall contain area of a given square^ 
side of square X 1.1284. 

To find the surface of a sphere or globe — Multiply the diameter 

by the circumference; or multiply the square of diameter by 3.1416; 
or multiply four times the square of radius by 3.1416. 

To find the side of equal square — Multiply diameter by 0.8862; or 
divide diameter by 1.1284; or multiply circumference by 0.2821; or 
divide circumference by 3.545. 

To find the side of an inscribed square— Multiply diameter by 
0.7071; or multiply circumference by 0.2251; or divide circumference 
by 4.4428. 

Square — A side X 1.1442 = diameter of its circumscribing circle. 
A side X 4.443 = circumference of its circumscribing circle. 
A side X 1.128 = diameter of an equal circle. 
A side X 3.547 = circumference of an equal circle. 

Square inches X 1.273 = circle inches of an equal circle. 

To find circumference — Multiply diameter by 3.1416; or divide 
diameter by 0.3183. 

To find diameter— Multiply circumference by 0.3183; or divide 
circumference by 3.1416. 

To find the diameter of a circle having given area — Divide the 
area by .7854, and extract the square root. 

To find radius — Multiply circumference by 0.15915; or divide cir- 
cumference by 6.28318. 

To find the area of a circle- — Multiply circumference by V4 of the 
diameter; or multiply the square of diameter by 0.7854; or multiply 
the square of circumference by .07958; or multiply the square of l /z 
diameter by 3.1416. 

Sector of circle = length of arc X half radius. 

Segment of circle = area of sector or equal radius, — area of tri- 
angle, when the segment is less, and + area of triangle, when the 
segment is greater than the semi-circle. 

Area of circular ring = diameters of the two circles X difference 
of diameter and that product by .7854. 

Convex surface of segment of sphere = height of segment X cir- 
cumference of the sphere of which it is a part. 



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Tap Drills 



For A. S. M. E. Machine 



For A. S. M. E. Machine 



Size Tap 

0-80 
1-64 
1-72 
2-56 

2-64 
3-48 
3-56 
4-32 

4-36 

4-40 
4-48 

5-32 

5-40 
5-44 
6-32 
6-36 



- Screw Threads v 

Clearance Drill 
Size of for Outside 

Drill Kole Diameter of 
for Tapping 1 Machine Screw 

55 52 

53 48 

52 48 

49 43 



6-40 
7-36 
8-30 

8-32 

8-36 

9-32 

10-24 



48 
45 
44 
44 

43 
42 

41 
39 

37 
36 
34 
33 

32 
30 
29 

29 
28 
24 
23 



43 
38 
38 
32 

32 
32 

32 
30 

30 
30 
28 
28 

28 
23 
19 

19 
19 
15 
10 





ocrew inreac 


is > 
Clearance Drill 




Size of 


for Outside 




Drill Hole 


Diameter of 


Size Tap 


for Tapping* 


Machine Screw 


10-28 


21 


10 


10-30 


20 


10 


10-32 


20 


10 


12-24 


15 


2 


12-28 


14 


2 


12-32 


13 


2 


14-20 


9 


D 


14-24 


6 


D 


16-18 


2 


I 


16-20 


2 


I 


16-22 


1 


I 


18-18 


C 


N 


18-20 


D 


N 


20-16 


H 


P 


20-18 


I 


P 


20-20 


J 


P 


22-18 


M 


T 


24-16 


O 


W 


24-18 


O 


W 


26-16 


R 


Y 


28-14 


T 


%6" 


30-14 


V 


w 


34-13 


Y 


3 %4" 



For United States Form 
of Threads v 



For United States Form 
t of Threads 



Size Tap 

% -32 

% -40 

%2-32 
%2-36 

3 /l6-24 
3 /l6-32 

%2-24 
%2-32 

y 4 -20 

y 4 -24 

% -27 
% -28 

y 4 -32 

5 /i6-18 
5 /i6-20 
%e-24 

% -16 
% -18 
%-20 

% -24 
%6-14 
7 Ae-20 
% -12 



Size of 
Drill Hole 
for Tapping 

42 
39 
30 
30 

28 
23 
17 

13 



4 
4 

3 
E 
F 
H 

N 
O 
O 

O 
T 
V 



These drill sizes will not give a full thread, but are not too large for practical purposes. 

Continuous Drill Table 

Deci. Frac. 

Inch Inch 

,201 
.203 
.204 
.206 
.209 
.213 
.219 
.221 
.228 
.234 
.234 
.238 
.242 
.246 
.250 
.250 
.257 
.261 
.266 
.266 
.272 
.277 
.281 
.281 
.290 
.295 
.297 
.302 
.313 
.316 
.323 
.328 
.332 
.339 
.344 
.348 
.358 
.359 2% 4 

.368 

•375 % 

.377 

.386 

•391 25/ 64 



Deci. 


Frac. 


Drill Deci. 


Frac. Drill 


Inch 


Inch 


No. Inch 


Inch No. 


.0135 




80 .0935 


42 


.0145 




79 .0938 


%2 


.0156 


%4 


.0960 


41 


.0160 




78 .0980 


40 


.0180 




77 .0995 


39 


.0200 




76 .1015 


38 


.0210 




75 .1040 


37 


.0225 




74 .1065 


36 


.0240 




73 .1094 


%4 


.0250 




72 .1100 


35 


.0260 




71 .1110 


34 


.0280 




70 .1130 


33 


.0292 




69 .116 


32 


.0310 




68 .120 


31 


.0313 


%2 


.125 


y 8 


.0320 




67 .129 


30 


.0330 




66 .136 


29 


.0350 




65 .140 


%4 


.0360 




64 .141 


28 


.0370 




63 .144 


27 


.0380 




62 .147 


26 


.0390 




61 .150 


25 


.0400 




60 .152 


24 


.0410 




59 .154 


23 


.0420 




58 .156 


%2 


.0430 




57 .157 


22 


.0465 




56 .159 


21 


.0469 


%4 


.161 


20 


.0520 




55 .166 


19 


.0550 




54 .170 


18 


.0595 




53 .172 


*%4 


.0625 


Vl6 


.173 


17 


.0635 




52 .177 


16 


.0670 




51 .180 


15 


.0700 




50 .182 


14 


.0730 




49 .185 


13 


.0760 




48 .188 


•Tie 


.0781 


%4 


.189 


12 


.0785 




47 .191 


11 


.0810 




46 .194 


10 


.0820 




45 .196 


9 


.0860 




44 .199 


8 


,0890 




43 








If you need additional copies of 



13 / 6 4 

%2 
'l%4 
'"% 
T %4 
"%2 
_1 %4 



Drill 
No. 



6 
5 
4 
3 

"i 

1 
A 

"b 

c 

D 

E 
F 
G 



I 
J 

K 
L 

M 



O 
P 



R 

s 

T 



V 

w 



Size Tap 

% -13 
l/ 2 -20 
%6-12 
%6-18 

%-n 
% -12 

% -18 

% -10 

%-12 



%• 9 

% -12 
% -14 



1 
1 

1% 
1% 

1 % 

1 M 
1 % 
1 % 

1 tt 
1 Vt 



Deci. 
Inch 

.397 
.404 
.406 
.413 
.422 
.438 
.453 
.469 
.484 
.500 
.516 
.531 
.547 
.562 
.578 
.594 
.609 
.625 
.641 
.656 
.672 
.688 
.703 
.719 
.734 
.750 
.766 
.781 
.797 
.813 
.828 
.844 
.859 
.875 
.891 
.906 
.922 
.938 
.953 
.969 
.984 
1.000 



Size of 
Drill Hole 
for Tapping 

27 /64 

%6 

1B i2 

y 2 

!%2 
!%2 



214, 



Frac. 
Inch 



"/64 

%6 

2 %4 

31 /64 

% 
3 %i 
1 %2 
3 %4 
%6 
3 %4 
] %" 
3 %4 

% 
4 %4 
2 %2 
*%4 

Hie 

*%4 
2 %2 

4 %4 

% 
*%4 
2 %2 



1! H8 

B %4 

2 %2 
5 %4 

% 
5 %4 
2 %2 



15 /l0 
«%4 
31 i'» 



1 



8 y 6 4 

5 %4 
59/„, 



1 % 

1 5 /64 
1 %2 

1 2 %2 

1>%4 
1 1 %2 



Drill 
No. 

X 
Y 



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246 



AMERICAN BRASS <S COPPER COMPANY 



Capacity of Tanks 









Per Foot of Depth 














U. S. Gallons- 


-231 Cu. In. 














CIRCULAR TANKS 








Diameter 




Diameter 




Diameter 




Diameter 




Ft. In. 


Gallons 


Ft. In. 


Gallons 


Ft. In. 


Gallons 


Ft. In. 


Gallons 


1 


5.875 


2 8 


41.78 


4 5 


114.6 


8 3 


399.9 


1 1 


6.895 


2 9 


44.43 


4 6 


119.0 


8 6 


424.5 


1 2 


7.997 


2 10 


47.16 


4 7 


123.4 


8 9 


449.8 


1 3 


9.180 


2 11 


49.98 


4 8 


127.9 


9 


475.9 


1 4 


10.44 


3 


52.88 


4 9 


132.6 


9 3 


502.7 


1 5 


11.79 


3 1 


55.86 


4 10 


137.3 


9 6 


530.2 


1 6 


13.22 


3 2 


58.92 


4 11 


142.0 


9 9 


558.5 


1 7 


14.73 


3 3 


62.06 


5 


146.9 


10 


587.5 


1 8 


16.32 


3 4 


65.28 


5 3 


161.9 


10 3 


617.3 


1 9 


17.99 


3 5 


68.58 


5 6 


177.7 


10 6 


647.7 


1 10 


19.75 


3 6 


71.97 


5 9 


194.2 


10 9 


679.0 


1 11 


21.58 


3 7 


75.44 


6 


211.5 


11 


710.9 


2 


23.50 


3 8 


78.99 


6 3 


229.5 


n 3 


743.6 


2 1 


25.50 


3 9 


82.62 


6 6 


248.2 


11 6 


777.0 


2 2 


27.58 


3 10 


86.33 


6 9 


267.7 


11 9 


811.1 


2 3 


29.74 


3 11 


90.13 


7 


287.9 


12 


846.0 


2 4 


31.99 


4 


94.00 


7 3 


308.8 


12 3 


881.6 


2 5 


34.31 


4 1 


97.96 


7 6 


330.5 


12 6 


918.0 


2 6 


36.72 


4 2 


102.0 


7 9 


352.9 


12 9 


955.1 


2 7 


39.21 


4 3 

4 4 


106.1 
110.3 


8 


376.0 


13 


993.3 



RECTANGULAR TANKS 



Length 
Ft. In. 


2-0 


2-6 


3-0 


Width- 
3-6 


—Feet and Inches 

4-0 4-6 


5-0 




5-6 


6-0 


6-6 


2 


29.92 






















2 6 


37.40 


46.75 




















3 


44.88 


56.10 


67.32 


















3 6 


52.36 


65.45 


78.55 


91.64 
















4 


59.84 


74.81 


89.77 


104.7 


119.7 














4 6 


67.32 


84.16 


101.0 


117.8 


134.6 


151.5 












5 


74.81 


93.51 


112.2 


130.9 


149.6 


168.3 


187.0 










5 6 


82.29 


102.9 


123.4 


144.0 


164,6 


185.1 


205.7 




226.3 






6 


89.77 


112.2 


134.6 


157.1 


179.5 


202.0 


224.4 




246.9 


269.3 




6 6 


97.25 


121.6 


145.9 


170.2 


194.5 


218.8 


243.1 




267.4 


291.7 


316.1 


7 


104.7 


130.9 


157.1 


183.3 


209.5 


235.6 


261.8 




288.0 


314.2 


340.4 


7 6 


112.2 


140.3 


168.3 


196.4 


224.4 


252.5 


280.5 




308.6 


336.6 


364.7 


8 


119.7 


149.6 


179.5 


209.5 


239.4 


269.3 


299.2 




329.1 


359.1 


389.0 


8 6 


127.2 


159.0 


190.8 


222.5 


254.3 


286.1 


317.9 




349.7 


381.5 


413.3 


9 


134.6 


168.3 


202.0 


235.6 


269.3 


303.0 


336.6 




370.3 


403.9 


437.6 


9 6 


142.1 


177.7 


213.2 


248.7 


284.3 


319.8 


355.3 




390.9 


426.4 


461,9 


10 


149.6 


187.0 


224.4 


261.8 


299.2 


336.6 


374.0 




411.4 


448.8 


486.2 


10 6 


157.1 


196.4 


235.6 


274.9 


314.2 


353.5 


392.7 




432.0 


471.3 


510.5 


11 


164.6 


205.7 


246.9 


288.0 


329.1 


370.3 


411.4 




452.6 


493.7 


534.9 


11 6 


172.1 


215.1 


258.1 


301.1 


344.1 


387.1 


430.1 




473.1 


516.2 


559.2 


12 


179.5 


224.4 


269.3 


314.2 


359.1 


403.9 


448.8 




493.7 


538.6 


583.5 


length 
Ft. In. 


7-0 


7-6 


8-0 


Width- 
8-6 


—Feet and Inches 
9-0 9-6 


10-0 


10-G 


11-0 


11-6 


12-0 


7 


366.5 






















7 6 


392.7 


420.8 




















8 


418.9 


448.8 


478.8 


















8 6 


445.1 


476.9 


508.7 


540.5 
















9 


471.3 


504.9 


538.6 


572.3 


605.9 














9 6 


497.5 


533.0 


568.5 


604.1 


639.6 


675.1 












10 


523.6 


561.0 


598.4 


635.8 


673.2 


710.6 


748.1 










10 6 


549.8 


589.1 


628.4 


667.6 


706.9 


746.2 


785,5 


824.7 








11 


576.0 


617.1 


658.3 


699.4 


740.6 


781.7 


822.9 


864.0 


905.1 






11 6 


602.2 


645.2 


688.2 


731.2 


774.2 


817.2 


860.3 


903.3 


946.3 


989.3 




12 


628.4 


673.2 


718.1 


763.0 


807.9 


852.8 


897.7 


942.5 


987.4 


1032. 


1077. 






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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



247 



Circumferences, Areas, Squares, Cubes, Square and Cube Roots 

Not© — To find the 4th power (or biquadrate) of a number, multiply the square by the square. To find the 4th root, extract the square root 
twice in succession. 

Advancing by 8ths and 41hs. 1 to 9 3 4. 



Dia. or 


Cir- 








Sqr. 


Cube 


Dia. or 


Cir- 








Sqr. 


Cube 


No. 


cum. 


Area 


Sqr. 


Cube 


Boot 


Root 


No. 


cum. 


Area 


Sqr. 


Cube 


Root 


Root 


1 


3.14 


.785 


1. 


1. 


1. 


1. 


4 


12.57 


12.57 


16. 


64. 


2. 


1.587 


% 


3.53 


.994 


1.27 


1.42 


1.060 


1.040 


M 


13.35 


14.19 


18.06 


76.78 


2.061 


1.619 


% 


3.93 


1.227 


1.56 


1.95 


1.118 


1.077 


y 2 


14.14 


15.90 


20.25 


91.13 


2.121 


1.651 


% 


4.32 


1.485 


1.89 


2.60 


1.173 


1.112 


% 


14.92 


17.72 


22.56 


107.16 


2.179 


1.681 


% 


4.71 


1.767 


2.25 


3.38 


1.225 


1.145 


5 


15.71 


19.63 


25. 


125. 


2.236 


1.710 


% 


5.11 


2.074 


2.64 


4.29 


1.275 


1.176 


% 


16.49 


21.64 


27.56 


144.70 


2.291 


1.738 


% 


5.50 


2.405 


3.06 


5.36 


1.323 


1.205 


y 2 


17.28 


23.76 


30.25 


166.37 


2,345 


1.765 


7 /8 


5.89 


2.761 


3.52 


6.59 


1.369 


1.233 


% 


18.06 


25.97 


33.06 


190.11 


2.398 


1.792 


2 


6.28 


3.142 


4. 


8. 


1.414 


1.260 


6 


18.85 


28.29 


36. 


216. 


2.449 


1.817 


Vs 


6.68 


3.547 


4.52 


9.59 


1.458 


1.286 


% 


19.64 


30.68 


39.06 


244.14 


2.5 


1.832 


% 


7.07 


3.976 


5.06 


11.39 


1.5 


1.310 


% 


20.42 


33.18 


42.25 


274.63 


2.550 


1.866 


% 


7.46 


4.430 


5.64 


13.40 


1.541 


1.334 


% 


21.21 


35.78 


45.56 


307.55 


2.599 


1.890 


% 


7.85 


4.909 


6.25 


15.63 


1.581 


1.358 


7 


21.99 


38.48 


49. 


343. 


2.646 


1.913 


% 


8.25 


5.412 


6.89 


18.08 


1.620 


1.380 


K 


22.78 


41.28 


52.56 


381.08 


2.692 


1,935 


% 


8.64 


5.940 


7.56 


20,79 


1.658 


1.402 


% 


23.56 


44.18 


56.25 


421.88 


2.739 


1.957 


% 


9.03 


6.492 


8.27 


23.76 


1.695 


1.422 


% 


24.35 


47.17 


60.06 


465.48 


2.784 


1.979 


3 


9.42 


7.07 


9. 


27. 


1.732 


1.442 


8 


25.13 


50.26 


64. 


512. 


2.828 


2. 


% 


9.82 


7.67 


9.77 


30.52 


1.768 


1.462 


% 


25.92 


53.46 


68.06 


561.52 


2.872 


2.021 


% 


10.21 


8.30 


10.56 


34.32 


1.803 


1.482 


% 


26.70 


56.75 


72.25 


614.12 


2.915 


2.041 


% 


10.60 


8.95 


11.39 


38.44 


1.837 


1.5 


% 


27.49 


60.13 


76.56 


669.92 


2.958 


2.061 


% 


11.00 


9.62 


12.25 


42.88 


1.871 


1.518 


9 


28.27 


63.62 


81. 


729. 


3. 


2.080 


% 


11.39 


10.32 


13.14 


47.63 


1.904 


1.535 


% 


29.06 


67.20 


85.56 


791.45 


3.041 


2.098 


% 


11.78 


11.05 


14.06 


52.73 


1.936 


1.553 


% 


29.85 


70.88 


90,25 


857.37 


3.082 


2.118 


% 


12.17 


11.79 


15.02 


58.17 


1.968 


1.570 


% 


30.63 


74.66 


95.06 


926.86 


3.122 


2.136 


Dia. or 


Cir- 








Sqr. 


Cube 


Dia. or Cir- 








Sqr. 


Cube 


No. 


cum. 


Area 


Sqr. 


Cube 


Root 


Root 


No. 


cum. 


Area 


Sqr. 


Cube 


Root 


Root 


10 


31.41 


78.54 


100 


1000 


3.162 


2.154 


56 


175.9 


2463.0 


3136 


175616 


7.483 


3.826 


11 


34.55 


95.03 


121 


1331 


3.317 


2.224 


57 


179.1 


2551.8 


3249 


185193 


7,550 


3.849 


12 


37.69 


113.0 


144 


1728 


3.464 


2.289 


58 


182.2 


2642.1 


3364 


195112 


7.616 


3.871 


13 


40.84 


132.7 


169 


2197 


3.606 


2.351 


59 


185,4 


2734.0 


3481 


205379 


7.681 


3.893 


14 


43.98 


153.9 


196 


2744 


3.742 


2.410 


60 


188.5 


2827.4 


3600 


216000 


7.746 


3.915 


15 


47.12 


176.7 


225 


3375 


3.873 


2.466 


61 


191.6 


2922.5 


3721 


226981 


7.810 


3.937 


16 


50.26 


201.0 


256 


4096 


4. 


2.520 


62 


194.8 


3019.1 


3844 


238328 


7.874 


3.958 


17 


53.40 


226.9 


289 


4913 


4.123 


2.571 


63 


197.9 


3117.3 


3969 


250047 


7.937 


3.979 


18 


56.54 


254.4 


324 


5832 


4.243 


2.621 


64 


201.1 


3217.0 


4096 


262144 


8. 


4. 


19 


59.69 


283.5 


361 


6859 


4.359 


2.668 


65 


204.2 


3318.3 


4225 


274625 


8.062 


4.021 


20 


62.83 


314.1 


400 


8000 


4.472 


2.714 


66 


207.3 


3421.2 


4356 


287496 


8.124 


4.041 


21 


65.97 


346.3 


441 


9261 


4.583 


2.759 


67 


210.5 


3525.7 


4489 


300763 


8.185 


4.061 


22 


69.11 


380.1 


484 


10648 


4.690 


2.802 


68 


213.6 


3631.7 


4624 


314432 


8.246 


4.082 


23 


72.25 


415.4 


529 


12167 


4.796 


2.844 


69 


216.8 


3739.3 


4761 


328509 


8.307 


4.102 


24 


75.39 


452.3 


576 


13824 


4.899 


2.885 


70 


219.9 


3848.5 


4900 


343000 


8.367 


4.121 


25 


78.54 


490.8 


625 


15625 


5. 


2.924 


71 


223.1 


3959.2 


5041 


357911 


8.426 


4.141 


26 


81.68 


530.9 


676 


17576 


5.099 


2.963 


72 


226.2 


4071.5 


5184 


373248 


8.485 


4.160 


27 


84.82 


572.5 


729 


19683 


5.196 


3. 


73 


229.3 


4185.4 


5329 


389017 


8.544 


4.179 


28 


87.96 


615.7 


784 


21952 


5.292 


3.037 


74 


232.5 


4300.8 


5476 


405224 


8.602 


4.198 


29 


91.10 


660.5 


841 


24389 


5.385 


3.072 


75 


235.6 


4417.9 


5625 


421875 


8.660 


4.217 


30 


94.24 


706.8 


900 


27000 


5.477 


3.107 


76 


238.8 


4536.5 


5776 


438976 


8.718 


4.236 


31 


97.39 


754.8 


961 


29791 


5.568 


3.141 


77 


241.9 


4656.6 


5929 


465533 


8.775 


4.254 


32 


100.5 


804.2 


1024 


32768 


5.657 


3.175 


78 


245.0 


4778.4 


6084 


474552 


8.832 


4.273 


33 


103.7 


855.3 


1089 


35937 


5.745 


3.208 


79 


248.2 


4901.7 


6241 


493039 


8.888 


4.291 


34 


106.8 


907.9 


1156 


39304 


5.831 


3.240 


80 


251.3 


5026.6 


6400 


512000 


8.944 


4.309 


35 


110. 


962.1 


1225 


42875 


5.916 


3.271 


81 


254.5 


5153.0 


6561 


531441 


9. 


4.327 


36 


113.1 


1017.9 


1296 


46656 


6. 


3.302 


82 


257.6 


5281.0 


6724 


551368 


9.056 


4.345 


37 


116.2 


1075.2 


1369 


50653 


6.083 


3.332 


83 


260.8 


5410.6 


6889 


571787 


9.110 


4.362 


38 


119.4 


1134.1 


1444 


54872 


6.164 


3.362 


84 


263.9 


5541.8 


7056 


592704 


9.165 


4.379 


39 


122.5 


1194.6 


1521 


59319 


6.245 


3.391 


85 


267.0 


5674,5 


7225 


614125 


9.220 


4.397 


40 


125.7 


1256.6 


1600 


64000 


6.325 


3.420 


86 


270.177 


5808.8 


7396 


636056 


9.2736 


4.4140 


41 


128.8 


1320.3 


1681 


68921 


6.403 


3.448 


87 


273.319 


5944.7 


7569 


658503 


9.3276 


4.4310 


42 


131.9 


1385.4 


1764 


74088 


6.481 


3.476 


88 


276.460 


6082.1 


7744 


681472 


9.3808 


4.4480 


43 


135.1 


1452.2 


1849 


79507 


6.557 


3.503 


89 


279.602 


6221.1 


7921 


704969 


9.4340 


4.4647 


44 


138.2 


1520.5 


1936 


85184 


6.633 


3.530 


90 


282.743 


6361.7 


8100 


729000 


9.4868 


4.4814 


45 


141.4 


1590.4 


2025 


91125 


6.708 


3.557 


91 


285.885 


6503.9 


8281 


753571 


9.5394 


4.4979 


46 


144.5 


1661.9 


2116 


97336 


6.782 


3.583 


92 


289.027 


6647,6 


8464 


778688 


9,5917 


4.5144 


47 


147.7 


1734.9 


2209 


103823 


6.856 


3.609 


93 


292.168 


6792.9 


8649 


804357 


9.6437 


4.5307 


48 


150.8 


1809.6 


2304 


110592 


6.928 


3.634 


94 


295.310 


6939.8 


8836 


830584 


9.6954 


4.5468 


49 


153.9 


1885.7 


2401 


117649 


7. 


3.659 


95 


298.451 


7088.2 


9025 


857375 


9.7468 


4.5629 


50 


157.1 


1963.5 


2500 


125000 


7.071 


3.684 


96 


301.593 


7238.2 


9216 


884736 


9.7980 


4.5789 


51 


160.2 


2042.8 


2601 


132651 


7.141 


3.708 


97 


304.734 


7389.8 


9409 


912673 


9.8489 


4.5947 


52 


163.4 


2123.7 


2704 


140608 


7.211 


3.733 


98 


307.876 


7543.0 


9604 


941191 


9.8995 


4.6104 


53 


166.5 


2206.2 


2809 


148877 


7.280 


3.756 


99 


311.018 


7697.7 


9801 


970299 


9,9499 


4.6261 


54 


169.6 


2290.2 


2916 


157464 


7.348 


3.780 


100 


314.16 


7854.0 


10000 


1000000 


10.0000 


4.6416 


55 


172.8 


2375.8 


3025 


166375 


7.416 


3.803 

















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248 



AMERICAN BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



LONG MEASURE (Measures of Length) 

Inch 

198 

7920 

63360 



Inch 


Peet Y 


ards I 


'ath. 


12 = 

36 = 

72 = 


1 

3 = 

6 = 


1 


1 


Peet 
I6V2 = 
660 == 
5280 = 


Yards 

5 ] /2 = 

220 = 
1760 = 


Path, 

23/4 = 

110 = 
880 = 


Bods 

1 
40 
320 



Purl. 






Peet 

16^2 

660 
5280 

Mile 



6080.26 feet =1.15 Statute Miles = 1 Nautical Mile or Knot. 

SQUARE MEASURE (Measures of Surface) 

Roods Acre 



Sq. Inch 




Sq, ft. Sq. yds, Sq. rods 


144 


= 


1 


1296 


=1 


9 = 1 


39204 


= 


2721/4= 30 1/4= 1 


1568160 


= 


10890 = 1210 = 40 == 


6272640 


== 


43560 = 4840 = 160 = 
640 acres = 1 square mile. 



4 = 1 
An acre = a square whose side is 69.57 yards or 208.71 feet. 

CUBIC MEASURE (Measures of Volume) 

Cu. Ins. Cu. Pt, Cu. Yd. 

1728 = 1 
46656 = 27 = 1 

A cord of wood = 128 cubic feet, {4X4X8 feet.) 
42 Cubic feet = a ton of shipping. 
1 perch of masonry = 24 3 /4 cubic feet, being I6V2 ft. X 1 V2 ft X 1 ft. 



AVOIRDUPOIS OR COMMERCIAL WEIGHT 

The grain is the same in Troy, Apothecaries and Avoirdupois 
weights. 

The standard Avoirdupois pound is the weight of 27.7015 cubic 
inches of distilled water weighed in the air at 39.2 degrees Fahren- 
heit, barometer at 30 inches. 27.343 grains = 1 drachm. 















Long- Long 


Long" 


Drachms 




Ozs. 




Lbs. 




Qrs. Cwt. 


Ton 


16 


= 


1 












256 


= 


16 


= 


1 








7168 


= 


448 


= 


28 


= 


1 




28672 


— 


1792 


= 


112 


= 


4 = 1 




573440 


— ~ 


35840 


= 


2240 


— 


80 = 20 


= 1 



The above table gives what is known as the "long ton." The "short 
ton" weighs 2000 pounds. 



WEIGHT OF WATER 

1 cu. in .= .03617 lbs. 
12 cu. in = .0434 lbs. 

1 cu. ft. = 7.48052 U. S. gals. 

1 U.S. gal =8.355 lbs. 

1.8 cu. ft.= .2240 lbs. 
2,240 lbs =268.8 U. S. gals. 



LIQUID WEIGHT 

libs. Avoirdupois 

1 gal. dist. water^ 10 
1 gal. sea water= 10.32 
1 gal. proof spirits= 9.08 



DRY MEASURE 

The standard bushel contains 2150.42 cubic inches, or 77.627013 
pounds avoirdupois of pure water at maximum density. Its legal 
dimensions are 18 1/2 inches diameter inside, 19 1/2 inches outside, and 
8 inches deep; and when heaped, the cone must be 6 inches high, 
making a heaped bushel equal to 1 l A truck tons. 



Pints 

2 



16 
64 



Quarts 

1 

4 

8 

32 



Gallons 

1 
2 



Pecks Bushels 



Cn. In. 

67.2 
268.8 

537.6 
2150.42 



4 = 1: 
The British Imperial bushel contains 2218.2 cubic inches and = 
1.03 U. S. bushels. 

LIQUID OR WINE MEASURE 

Gills=7.2187 cu. inches. 

4= 1 pint=28.875 cubic inches. 
8= 2= 1 quart=57.75 cubic inches. 
32= 8= 4= 1 gallon. 
2,016= 404= 252= 63=1 hogshead. 
4,032=1,008= 504=126=2=1 pipe. 
8,064=2,016=1,008=252=4=2=1 ton. 

Note. — The standard unit and liquid measure adopted by the U. S. 
government is the Winchester wine gallon, which contains 231 cubic 
inches, and holds 8.339 pounds, avoirdupois, of distilled water, at its 
maximum density weighed in air, the barometer being at 30 inches. 

The imperial gallon, adopted by Great Britain, contains 277.274 
cubic inches, and equals 1.20032 U. S. gallons. 



TROY WEIGHT 

For gold, silver and precious 
metals. 

Grains Dwts. Ozs. Lbs. 
24 = 1 

480 = 20 = 1 
5760 = 240 = 12 = 1 
175 pounds Troy = 144 lbs. 
Avoirdupois. 



WEIGHT OF OILS 

Lbs. Avoirdupois 

gal. sperm 7 Vz 

whale .71/2 

" lard 7V2 

' tallow 7 ! /2 

neat's-foot 7Vz 

" paraffine, 28° grav...7 3 /s 
paraffine, 25° grav...7V2 

reduced Franklin 7 1/4 

castor 8 

kerosene 6 Vi 



Pounds Avoirdupois X .82286 
=lbs. Troy. 



Pounds Troy X 
Avoirdupois. 



1.2153=lbs. 



The jewelers' carat is equal, 
in the United States to 3.2 
grains, in London to 3. 17 grains, 
in Paris to 3.18 grains. 



APOTHECARIES WEIGHT 

United States and British 

Grams Scr. Dra. Ozs. libs. 
Lbs. Avoirdupois 

20= 1 

60 = 3=1 
480= 24= 8= 1 
5760 = 288 = 96 = 12 = 1 

In Troy and Apothecaries 
weights, the grain, ounce and 
pound are the same. 



PAPER MEASURE 

Quire of Paper._24 sheets. 

Ream of paper....20 quires or 480 sheets. 

Bundle 2 reams. 

Bale 5 bundles. 

Roll of parch 60 skins. 



TABLE OF QUANTITIES 

12 units 1 dozen 

12 dozen 1 gross 

20 units. 1 score 

24 sheets.. 1 quire 

20 quires 1 ream 



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SHEET OF PAPER FOLDED INTO— 

2 leaves is termed folio size. 



4 " 


4 to or quarto 


8 " 


8 vo. or octavo 


12 " 


12 mo. or duodecimo 


16 " 


16 mo. 


18 " 


18 mo. 


24 " 


24 mo. 


48 " 


" " 48 mo. 



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EVERYTHING IN METAL SUPPLIES 



249 



Equivalent Measures 

MEASURES OF LENGTH 



Equivalent Measures of Surface 



Meter = 1 

39.37 inches. 
3.28083 feet. 
1.09361 yards. 
1000. millimeters. 

100. centimeters. 

10. decimeters. 1 

0.001 kilometers. 
Centimeter = 
0.3937 inch. 
0.0328083 foot. 
10. millimeters. 

0.01 meters. 1 

Millimeter = 
39.370 mils. 
0.03937 inch (or %s" nearly). 
0.001 meter. 
Kilometer = 1 

3280.83 feet. 
1093.61 yards. 

0.62137 mile. 
1000. meters. 

Mil = 

0.001 inch. 
0.02540 millimeter. 
0.00254 centimeter. 



Inch == 




1000. 


mils. 


0.0833 


foot. 


0.02777 yard. 


25.40 


millimeters. 


2.540 


centimeters. 


Foot = 




12. 


inches. 


0.33333 


yard. 


0.0001893 


mile. 


0.30480 


meter. 


30.480 


centimeters 


Yard = 




36. 


inches. 


3, 


feet. 


0.0005681 


mile. 


0.914402 


meter. 


Mile = 




63360. 


inches. 


5280. 


feet. 


1760. 


yards. 


320. 


rods. 


8. 


furlongs. 


1609.35 


meters. 



1.60935 kilometers. 



MEASURES OF VOLUME AND CAPACITY 



1 Cubic Meter = 

61023.4 cubic ins. 

35.3145 cubic feet. 
1.30794 cubic yards. 
1000. liters. 

264.170 gallons U.S. 
Iiquid=231 
cubic ins. 



1 Cubic decimeter = 

61.0234 cubic ins. 
0.0353145 cubic foot. 
0.26417 U. S. liquid 



1 Liter 



1. cubic deci- 

meter. 
61.0234 cubic inches. 
0.353145 cubic foot. 



1000. 



0.001 
0.26417 

1.0567 

2.202 



1000. 



0.001 



gallon. 
cubic centi- 
meters. 
cubic meter. 



cubic centi- 
meters or 
centiliters. 
cubic meter. 
U. S. gallon 
liquid. 
U. S. quart, 
lbs. of water 
at 62 degrees 
Fahrenheit. 



1 Cubic yard 

46656. 
27. 



1 Cubic centimeter = 

0.0000353 cubic foot. 
0.0610234 cubic inch. 
1000.0 cubic milli- 

meters. 
0.001 liter. 



Cubic millimeter = 

000061023 cubic inch. 
3000353 cubic foot, 
cubic centi- 
meter. 



cubic inches, 
cubic feet. 
0.76456 cubic meter. 
1 Cubic foot 5= 

1728. cubic inches. 

0.03703703 cubic yard. 



28.317 



cubic deci- 
meters or 
liter. 

cubic meter, 
gallons. 




0.028317 
7.4805 
Cubic Inch = 

16.3872 cubic centimeters. 
Gallon (British) = 

4.54374 liters. 

Gallon (U. S.) = 

3.78543 liters. 



MEASURES OF WEIGHT 



1 Gram = 

15.432 grains. 
0.022046 lbs. (avoir.) 
0.3527 ozs. (avoir.) 
1 Kilogram s=s 

1000. grams. 

2.20462 lbs. (avoir.) 
35.2739 ozs. (avoir.) 
1 Metric ton = 

2204.62 pounds. 

0.984206 ton of 2240 

pounds. 
19.68 
1.10231 



1000. 



cwts. 

ton of 2000 

pounds. 

kilograms. 



1 Gram = 

0.064799 grains. 

1 Ounce = 

437.5 grains. 
0.0625 pounds. 
28.3496 grams. 

I Pound = 

7000. grains. 

16. ounces. 

453.593 grams. 

0.453593 kilograms. 

1 Ton (2240 pounds) = 

1.01605 metric tons. 
t 1016.05 kilograms. 



1 Circular millimeter = 

.78540 square mils. 
1.000001 circular inch. 
0.00064516 circular milli- 
meter. 
1 Circular millimeter = 
1550.0 circular mils. 
1 Circular centimeter = 

155000. circular mils. 

.15500 circular inch. 
1 Circular Inch = 

1000000. circular mils. 

645.16 circular mili- 
meters. 
6.4516 circular centi- 
meters. 
1 Square meter sss 

1550.0 square inches. 

10.7639 square feet. 
1.19598 square yards. 
10000. square centi- 

meters. 
1 Square centimeter = 

197352. circular mils. 

0.15500 square inch. 
0.0001 square meter. 



1 Square millimeter = 

1937.52 circular mils. 

1550.00 square mils. 

0.001550 square inch. 

0.01 square centi- 

meter. 



1 Square inch — 

1000000. square mils. 

1273240. circular mils. 

6.45163 square centi- 
meters. 
645.163 square milli- 
meters. 
0.006944 square foot. 

1 Square foot = 

144. square inches. 

0.111111 square yard. 
0.0929034 square meter. 

1 Square yard = 

9. square feet. 

1296. square inches. 

0.836131 square meter. 



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DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS OF 


MILLIN 


[ETER E 


QUIVALENTS 


MILLIMETERS 


OF PARTS OF AN INCH 


1 millimeter = 


.03937 inch. 


64ths 


MM 


64ths MM 


lOOths Dec. 


ICOths Dec. 


1 = 


.397 


33= 13.097 


MM inch 


MM inch 


2 = 


.794 


34=13.494 


1 = .00039 


51 = .02008 


3 = 


1.191 


35 = 13.890 


2 =.0079 


52 = .02047 


4 = 


1.587 


36 = 14.287 


3 = .00118 


53 = .02087 


5 = 


1.984 


37 = 14.684 


4 = .00 157 


54 = .02 126 


6 = 


2.381 


38=15.081 


5 = .00 197 


55 = .02165 


7 = 


2.778 


39=15.478 


6 = .00236 


56 = .02205 


8 = 


3.175 


40=15.875 


7 = .00276 


57 = .02244 


9 = 


3.572 


41 = 16.272 


8=. 00315 


58 = .02283 


10 = 


3.969 


42=16.669 


9 = .00354 


59 = .02323 


11 = 


4.366 


43=17.065 


10 = .00394 


60 = .02362 


12 = 


4.762 


44= 17.462 


11 = .00433 


61 = .02402 


13 = 


5.159 


45 = 17.859 


12 = .00472 


62 =.02441 


14 = 


5.556 


46=18.256 


13 = .00512 


63 = .02480 


15 = 


5.953 


47 = 18.653 


14 = .00551 


64 = .02520 


16 = 


6.350 


48=19.050 


15 = .00591 


65 = .02559 


17 = 


6.747 


49=19,447 


16 = .00630 


66 = .02598 


18 = 


7.144 


50=19.844 


17 — .00669 


67 = .02638 


19 = 


7.541 


51 = 20.240 


18 = .00709 


68 = .02677 


20 = 


7.937 


52 = 20.637 


19 =.00748 


69 = .027 17 


21 = 


8.334 


53 = 21.034 


20 =.00787 


70 = .02756 


22 = 


8.731 


54 = 21.431 


21 = .00827 


71 = .02795 


23 = 


9.128 


55 = 21.828 


22 = .00866 


72 = .02835 


24 = 


9.525 


56 = 22.225 


23 = .00906 


73 = .02874 


25 = 


9.922 


57 = 22.622 


24 = .00945 


74 = .029 13 


26 = 


10.319 


58 = 23.019 


25 = .00984 


75 = .02953 


27 = 


10.716 


59 = 23.415 


26 = .01024 


76 = .02992 


28 = 


11.113 


60 = 23.812 


27 = .01 063 


77 = .03032 


29 = 


11.509 


61=24.209 


28 = .01 102 


78 = .03071 


30 = 


11.906 


62 = 24.606 


29 = .01142 


79 = .031 10 


31 = 


12.303 


63 = 25.003 


30 =.01 181 


80 = .03150 


32 = 


12.700 


64 = 25.400 


31 = .01220 


81 = .03189 








32 = .01260 


82 = .03228 








33 = .01 299 


83 = .03268 








34 = .01 339 


84 = .03307 








35 = .01378 


85 = .03346 


10 m/m = 1 centimeter 


36 = .01417 


86 = .03386 


= 0.3937 inches 




37 = .01457 


87 = .03425 


lOc/m 


= 1 decimeter 


38 =.01 496 


88 = .03465 


= 3.937 inches. 




39 = .01535 


89 = .03504 


1 d/m = 1 meter = 


40 = .01 575 


90 = .03543 


39.37 inches. 




41 =z .01614 


91 = .03583 


25.4 m 


/m == 1 English inch. 


42 = . 01654 


92 = .03622 








43 = .01693 


93 = .03661 








44 = .01732 


94 = .03701 








45 = .01772 


95 = .03740 








46=. 01811 


96 = .03780 








47 = .01 850 


97 = .03819 








48 = .01890 


98 = .03858 








49 = .01929 


99 = .03898 








50 =.01969 











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Conversion Factors 

Weight of Copper .3215 lbs. per cubic inch. 

For weight of other metals multiply weight of Copper by: 

.95356 for Admiralty Metal. 

.90705 " Allegheny Metal. 

.30279 " Aluminum. 

.91950 " Beryllium Copper. 

.98452 " Commercial Bronze. 

.98142 " Duronze. 

.98142 to 1.0062 for Monel Metal. 

.97213 for Nickel Silver 18%. 

.97832 " Nickel Silver 30%. 

.87616 " Steel. 

.94117 " Tobin Bronze. 



WROUGHT ALUMINUM 

, of 2S — .0979 Lbs. Per Cu. In. 
wt. of 2S=Weight of 3S 
wt. of 2S=Weight of 17S 
wt. of 2S=Weight of 25S 
wt , of 2S=Weight of 51S 
wt. of 2S=Weight of Brass 
wt. of 2S=Weight of Copper 
wt. of 2S— Weight of Nickel 
wt. of 2S=Weight of Monel 
wt. of 2S=Weight of Steel 
wt. of 2S=Weight of Zinc 

ri7s] 

wt. of { or \ =Weight of Brass 

125SJ 
wt. of 5lS=Weight of Brass 
wt. of Brass= Weight of 17S or 25S 
wt. of Brass=Weight of 51S 

fl7Sl 

wt. of \ or I ^Weight of Steel 

125SJ 
wt. of 5lS=Weight of Steel 
wt. of Steel=Weight of 17S or 25S 
wt. of Steel=Weight of 51S 



Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy 

TEMPER DESIGNATIONS 

2S and 3S temper designations are based on the properties pro- 
duced by varying amounts of cold work done on the metal after it 
has been annealed. In the strong alloys the tempers are determined 
by their condition as regards heat treatment. Each temper is desig- 
nated by a letter which when subjoined to the symbol for the alloy 
indicates both the composition and the temper of the material. 

2SO— Commercially Pure Wrought Aluminum (soft) 
2S 4— Commercially Pure Wrought Aluminum (V2 hard) 
2SH — Commercially Pure Wrought Aluminum (hard) 
3SO — Wrought Aluminum-Manganese Alloy (soft) 
3S 4 — Wrought Aluminum-Manganese Alloy {V2 hard) 
3SH — Wrought Aluminum-Manganese Alloy (hard) 

17SH — Hard Wrought Temper (cold work) 

17SO— Dead Soft (annealed) 

17ST— Heat Treated Temper 
25SW— As Quenched 

25SO— Dead Soft (annealed) 

25ST— Heat Treated Temper 





Wt. 


1.01 


X 


1.03 


X 


1.03 


X 


0.99 


X 


3.06 


X 


3.2 


X 


3.2 


X 


3.2 


X 


2.88 


X 


2.6 


X 


2.97 


X 


3.09 


X 


0.337 X 


0.324 X 


2.84 


X 


2.91 


X 


0.352 X 


0.344 X 



Bursting Pressure of Tubes 

RULES FOR ESTIMATING SAFE LIMIT OF BURSTING PRESSURE 

FOR SEAMLESS BRASS AND COPPER TUBING, AND PUMP 

CYLINDER LININGS. IN POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH 

First— Ascertain the tensile strength of the metal in the tube, which 
varies according to the quality and temper; 40,000 pounds maximum 
per square inch for brass, and 30,000 pounds maximum per square 
inch for copper, are considered safe estimates, but not guaranteed. 

Second — Multiply the tensile strength by the thickness of the metal 
in inches, or decimal parts of an inch. 

Third — Divide by the radius (one-half of the diameter), expressed 
in inches, and the result will show the pressure in pounds per square 
inch. 

A safety factor of six (6) being allowed, divide the above result by 
six (6). Example: A tube 4 inches outside diameter, No. 8 B. and S. 
gauge, made of brass, having 40,000 per square inch tensile 
strength, shows 428 pounds pressure per square inch. 

40,000 lbs. per square inch. 
EXAMPLE: .1284 or No. 8 B. and S. thick. 

V2 diam. of 4-in. tube = 2 in. )5136.0000 _^^_____ 

Factor of Safety, of 6 )2568.0000 



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428 lbs. pressure per sq. in. 

To Find the Bursting Pressure of a Seamless Brass or Copper Tube 

Double the gauge in thousandths of an inch; multiply by 35.000 to 
40.000 for brass, and 28.000 to 30.000 for copper; divide the product 
by the internal diameter; divide by the factor of safety chosen — 
usually from 4 to 8, average factor 6 — Government use about 10 or 12. 

To Find the Approximate Weight of One Foot of Brass or Copper 
Tubing 

To determine the amount of material in cubic inches or parts 
thereof in the walls of any seamless tube, of which the inside and 
outside diameters are known; multiply the mean diameter in inches 
or decimal parts of an inch by 3.1416, and the result by the thickness 
in decimal parts of an inch, multiplied by the length in inches; the 
result being the number of cubic inches and this sum multiplied by 
.3069 for brass or .3227 for copper, will give the weight in pounds. 
The mean diameter is outside diameter, plus inside diameter divided 
by 2. 

EXAMPLE: Determine the weight of 1 foot of seamless brass tubing 
9 inches inside diameter by No. 9 Stubs' gauge— (No. 9 Stubs' 
gauge=.148) X 2=296 plus 9-inch inside=9.296 outside diameter. 

9.296 + 9=18.296-- 2=9.148= mean diameter: 9.148X3.1416= 
28.7393X 12-inch=344.8722X.148 (decimal of gauge— 51.0390 cubic 
inches X. 3069 pounds per cubic inch for brass equals 15.664 pounds. 

Useful Methods for Calculating Weights — There are several meth- 
ods which may often be used to advantage in determining weights 
of odd-sized bars not included in our tables. 

To find the weight per foot of any size round, square or octagon, 
square the diameter (or stated dimension) and multiply by the weight 
per foot of 1 inch round, square or octagon, respectively. 

The weight per foot of octagon may be found by multiplying the 
weight per foot of a round bar of the same size by 1.0547. 

The weight per foot of hexagon may be found by multiplying the 
weight per foot of a round bar of the same size by 1.1026. 

To find the weight per foot of any flat, multiply the product of the 
width and thickness by the weight per foot of 1 inch square. 

The weight per foot of square may be found by multiplying the 
weight per foot of round bar of the same size by 1.273. 



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Table Showing Price Each and Price Per Dozen 



Where Cost Is Per Gross. 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doz. 

.01 .00007 .00083 

.02 .00014 .00167 

.03 .00020 .0025 

.04 .00028 .00333 

.05 .00035 .00417 

.06 .00042 .0050 

.07 .00049 .00583 

.08 .00056 .00667 

.09 .00062 .0075 

.10 .00069 .00833 

.11 .00076 .0092 

.12 .00083 .010 

.13 .00092 .01083 

.14 .00097 .01167 

.15 .00104 .0125 

.16 .0011! .01333 

.17 .00118 .01417 

.18 .00125 .015 

.19 .00132 .01583 

.20 .00139 .01667 

.21 .00146 .0175 

.22 .00153 .01833 

.23 .00159 .01917 

.24 .00167 .02 

.25 .00174 .02083 

.26 .00181 .02167 

.27 .00187 .02250 

.28 .00194 .02333 

.29 .00201 .02417 

.30 .00208 .0250 

.31 .00215 .02583 

.32 .00222 .02667 

.33 .00229 .02750 

.34 .00236 .02833 

.35 .00243 .02917 

.36 .00250 .03 

.37 .00257 .03083 

.38 .00264 .03167 

.39 .00271 .0325 

.40 .00278 .03333 

.41 .00285 .03417 
.42 .00292 .0350 
.43 .00299 .03583 
.44 .00306 .03667 
.45 .00312 .03750 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doz. 

.46 .00319 .03833 

.47 .00326 .03917 

.48 .00333 .04 

.49 .00340 .04083 

.50 .00347 .04167 

.51 .00354 .04250 

.52 .0036! .04333 

.53 .00368 .04416 

.54 .00375 .045 

.55 .00382 .04583 

.56 .00389 .04667 

.57 .00396 .0475 

.58 .00403 .04833 

.59 .00410 .04916 

.60 .00417 .05 

.61 .00424 .05083 

.62 .00431 .05167 

.63 .00437 .0525 

.64 .00444 .05333 

.65 .00451 .05417 

.66 .00458 .055 

.67 .00465 .05583 

.68 .00472 .05667 

.69 .00479 .05750 

.70 .00486 .05833 

.71 .00493 .05917 

.72 .0050 .06 

.73 .00507 .06083 

.74 .00514 .06167 

.75 .00521 .0625 

.76 .00528 .06333 

.77 .00535 .06416 

.78 .00542 .0650 

.79 .00549 .06583 

.80 .00556 .06667 

.81 .0056 .0675 

.82 .00569 .06833 

.83 .00576 .06917 

.84 .00583 .07 

.85 .00590 .07083 

.86 .00597 .07167 

.87 .00604 .0725 

.88 .00611 .07333 
.89 .00618 .07417 
.90 .00625 .075 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doi. 

.91 .00632 .07583 

.92 .00639 .07667 

.93 .00646 .075 

.94 .00653 .07583 

.95 .00660 .07917 

.96 .00666 .080 

.97 .00674 .08083 

.98 .00681 .081667 

.99 .00687 .0825 

1 .00 .00694 .08333 

1.05 .00729 .0875 

1.10 .00764 .09166 

1.15 .00799 .09583 

1.20 .00333 JO 

1.25 .00868 .1042 

(.30 .00927 .1083 

1.35 .00937 .1125 

1.40 .00972 .1167 

1.45 .01007 .1203 

1.50 .01042 .125 

1.55 .01076 .1292 

1.60 .OHIO .1333 

1.65 .01146 .1375 

1.70 .01180 .1417 

1.75 .01215 .1458 

1.80 .0125 .1500 

1.85 .01285 .1542 

1.90 .01319 .1583 

1.95 .01354 .1625 

2.00 .01389 .1667 

2.05 .01423 .1708 

2.10 .01458 .175 
2.15 .01492 .1792 
2.20 .01527 .1833 
2.25 .01562 .1875 

2.30 .01597 .1917 
2.35 .01632 .1958 
2.40 .01667 .20 
2.45 .01701 .2042 
2.50 .01736 .2083 

2.55 .01771 .2125 
2.60 .01805 .2167 
2.65 .01840 .2208 
2.70 .01875 .225 
2.75 .01910 .2292 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doz. 

2.80 .01944 .2333 

2.85 .01979 .2375 

2.90 .02013 .2417 

2.95 .02048 .2458 

3.00 .02083 .25 

3.05 .02118 .2542 

3.10 .02153 .2583 

3.15 .02187 .2625 

3.20 .02222 .2667 

3.25 .02257 .2708 

3.30 .02292 .2750 

3.35 .02326 .2792 

3.40 .02361 .2833 

3.45 .02396 .2875 

3.50 .02430 .2917 

3.55 .02465 .2958 

3.60 .025 .30 

3.65 .02535 .3042 

3.70 .02569 .3083 

3.75 .02604 .3125 

3.80 .02639 .3167 

3.85 .02673 .3208 

3.90 .02708 .325 

3.95 .02743 .3292 

4.00 .02778 .3333 

4.05 .02812 .3375 

4.10 .02847 .3417 

4.15 .02882 .3458 

4.20 .02916 .35 

4.25 .0295! .3542 

4.30 .02986 .3583 

4.35 .03021 .3625 

4.40 .03055 .3667 

4.45 .03090 .3708 

4.50 .03125 .375 

4.55 .0316 .3792 

4.60 .03194 .3833 

4.65 .03229 .3875 

4.70 .03264 .3917 

4.75 .03298 .3958 

4.80 .03333 .40 

4.85 .03368 .4042 

4.90 .03403 .4083 
4.95 .03437 .4125 

5.00 .03472 .4167 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doi. 

5.05 .03506 .4208 

5.10 .03541 .425 

5.15 .03576 .4291 

5.20 .0361 1 .4333 

5.25 .03646 .4375 

5.30 .03680 .4416 

5.35 .03715 .4458 

5.40 .03750 .45 

5.45 .03784 .454! 

5.50 .03819 .4583 

5.55 .03854 .4625 

5.60 .03889 .4666 

5.65 .03923 .4708 

5.70 .03958 .475 

5.75 .03993 .4791 

5.80 .04028 .4833 

5.85 .04062 .4875 

5.90 .04096 .4916 

5.95 .04131 .4958 

6.00 .04166 .50 

6.05 .04201 .5041 

6.10 .04236 .5083 

6.15 .0427! .5125 

6.20 .04305 .5166 

6.25 .04340' .5208 

6.30 .04375 .525 

6.35 .04409 .5291 

6.40 .04444 .5333 

6.45 .04479 .5375 

6.50 .04514 .5416 

6.55 .04548 .5458 

6.60 .04583 .55 

6.65 .04618 .5541 

6.70 .04652 .5583 

6.75 .04687 .5625 

6.80 .04722 .5666 

6.85 .04757 .5708 

6.90 .04791 .575 

6.95 .04826 .5791 

7.00 .04861 .5833 

7.05 .04896 .5875 

7.10 .04930 .5916 

7.15 .04965 .5958 

7.20 .05 .60 

7.25 .05034 .6041 



Cost Cost Cost 

per per per 

Gross Each Doz. 

7.30 .05069 .6083 

7.35 .05104 .6125 

7.40 .05139 .6166 

7 45 .05173 .6208 

7.50 .05208 .6250 

7.55 .05243 .6291 

7.60 .05277 .6333 

7.65 .05312 .6375 

7.70 .05347 .6416 

7.75 .05382 .6458 

7.80 .05416 .65 

7.85 .05451 .6541 

7.90 .05486 .6583 

7.95 .05520 .6625 

8.00 .05555 .6666 

8.05 .05590 .6708 

8.10 .05625 .675 

8.15 .05659 .6791 

8.20 .05694 .6833 

8.25 .05729 .6875 

8.30 .05764 .6916 

8.35 .05798 .6958 

8.40 .05833 .70 

8.45 .05868 .7041 

8.50 .05902 .7083 

8.55 .05937 .7125 

8.60 .05972 .7166 

8.65 .06007 .7208 

8.70 .06041 .725 

8.75 .06076 .7291 

8.80 .06111 .7333 

8.85 .06145 .7375 

8.90 .06180 .7416 

8.95 .06215 .7458 

9.00 .0625 .75 

9.10 .0632 .7583 

9.20 .0639 .7667 

9.30 .0646 .750 

9.40 .0653 .7583 

9.50 .0660 .7917 

9.60 .0666 .8000 

9.70 .0674 .8083 

9.80 .0681 .8167 

9.90 .0687 .8250 

10.00 .0694 .8333 



Explanation of Wire Gauges 



BROWN <S SHARPE gauge is used for sheet brass, aluminum, 
bronze and nickel silver; brass, copper, nickel silver and aluminum 
wire. 

BIRMINGHAM or STUBS' IRON WIRE gauge is used for steel 
bands and hoops, cold rolled strip steel, cold rolled sheet copper, 
and seamless brass, bronze, copper and steel tubing. 

WASHBURN & MOEN gauge is used for cold drawn steel wire. 

U. S. STANDARD gauge is used for stainless steel, hot rolled sheet 
steel, either plain, galvanized or tinned. 

MUSIC WIRE gauge is used for steel music or piano wire. The 
table given is for the gauge used by the American Steel <S Wire Co. 



Several other music wire gauges are in partial use, and differ 
slightly from the one given. 

ZINC gauge is used for sheet zinc, nickeloid and chromaloid. 

STUBS WIRE GAUGES— In using the gauges known as Stubs' 
Gauges, there should be constantly borne in mind the difference 
between the Stubs' Iron Wire Gauge and the Stubs' Steel Wire 
Gauge. 

The Stubs' Iron Wire Gauge is the one commonly known as th© 
English Standard Wire, or Birmingham Gauge and designates the 
Stubs' soft wire sizes. 

The Stubs' Steel Wire Gauge is the one that is used in measuring 
drawn steel wire or drill rods of Stubs make and is also used by 
many makers of American drill rods. 



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Comparison of Wire Gauges 



Gauge 
No. 

0000000 

000000 

00000 

0000 

000 

00 


2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 

23 

24 
25 
26 
27 

28 

29 
30 
31 

32 
33 

34 
35 
36 
37 

38 

39 
40 
41 
42 
43 

44 
45 
46 
47 

48 

49 
50 



American 

or Brown Birmingham "Washburn 
& Sharpe's or Stubs' & Moen 



.4900 
.4615 
.4305 
.3938 
.3625 



.5800 
.5165 

.4600 
.4096 

.3648 
.3249 
.2893 
.2576 
.2294 

.2043 
.1819 
.1620 
.1443 
.1285 

.1144 

.1019 

.09074 

.08081 

.07196 

.06408 
.05707 
.05082 
.04526 

.04030 

.03589 
.03196 
.02846 
.02535 
.02257 

.02010 
.01790 
.01594 
.01420 
.01264 

.01126 

.01003 

.008928 

.007950 

.007080 

.006305 
.005615 
.005000 
.004453 
.003965 

.003531 
.003145 
.002800 
.002494 
.002221 

.001978 
.001761 
.001568 
.001397 
.001244 

.001018 
.0009863 



.454 
.425 

.380 
.340 
.300 
.284 
.259 

.238 
.220 
.203 
.180 
.165 

.148 
.134 
.120 
.109 
.095 

.083 
.072 
.065 
.058 

.049 

.042 
.035 
.032 
.028 
.025 

.022 
.020 

.018 
.016 
.014 

.013 
.012 
.010 
.009 
.008 

.007 
.005 
.004 



.3310 
.3065 
.2830 
.2625 

.2437 

.2253 
.2070 
.1920 

.1770 
.1620 

.1483 
.1350 
.1205 
,1055 
.0915 

.0800 
.0720 
.0625 
.0540 
.0475 

.0410 
.0348 
.0317 
.0286 

.0258 

.0230 
.0204 
.0181 
.0173 
.0162 

.0150 
.0140 
.0132 
.0128 
.0118 

.0104 
.0095 
.0090 
.0085 
.0080 

.0075 
.0070 
.0066 
.0062 
.0060 

.0058 
.0055 
.0052 
.0050 
.0048 

.0046 
.0044 



Imperial 
S.W.G. 

.500 
.464 
.432 
.400 
.372 

.348 
.324 

.300 
.276 

.252 

.232 
.212 
.192 

.176 
.160 

.144 
.128 
.116 
.104 

.092 

.080 

.072 
.064 
.056 
.048 

.040 
.036 

.032 
.028 
.024 

.022 

.020 

.018 

.0164 

.0148 

.0136 
.0124 
.0116 
.0108 
.0100 

.0092 
.0084 
.0076 
.0068 
.0060 

.0052 
.0048 
.0044 
.0040 
.0036 

.0032 
.0028 
.0024 
.0020 
.0016 

.0012 
.0010 



London 

or Old United States M.&H. Gaug-e 
English Standard ZineO-aug-e ITo. 



.454 
.425 

.380 
.340 

.300 
.284 
.259 

.238 
.220 
.203 
.180 
.165 

.148 
.134 
.120 
.109 
.095 

.083 
.072 
.065 
.058 
.049 

.040 

.035 

.0315 

.0295 

.0270 

.0250 

.0230 

.0205 

.01875 

.01650 

.01550 
.01375 
.01225 
,01125 
.01025 

.00950 
.00900 
.00750 
.00650 
.00575 

.00500 
.00450 



.500 

.46875 
.4375 
.40625 
.375 

.34375 

.3125 

.28125 

.265625 

.25 

.234375 
.21875 
.203125 
.1875 

.171875 

.15625 

.140625 

.125 

.109375 

.09375 

.078125 

.0703125 

.0625 

.05625 
.05 

-.04375 
.0375 
.034375 
.03125 
.028125 



.025 

.021875 

.01875 

.0171875 

.015625 

.0140625 

.0125 

.0109375 

.01015625 

.009375 

.00859375 

.0078125 

.00703125 

.006640625 

.00625 



0000000 

000000 

00000 

0000 

.006 

.008 
.010 
.012 
.014 
.016 

.018 
.020 
.024 
.028 
.032 

.036 
.040 
.045 
.050 

.055 

.060 
.070 
080 
,090 
.100 

125 



Fractions of An Inch, 

Decimal & Millimeter 

Equivalents 



Inch 



Inch 

.015625 

.03125 

.046875 



000 


Vie 


.0625 


00 



%4 


.078125 


%2 


.09375 


%4 


.109375 


1 


Vs 


.125 


2 






3 


%4 


.140625 


%2 


.15625 


4 


n /64 


.171875 


S 


%6 


.1875 


6 


*%4 


.203125 


7 


%2 


.21875 


8 


15 /64 


.234375 


X 


.250 


9 


l %4 


.265625 


10 


%2 


.28125 


11 


*%4 


.296875 


12 


5 /l6 


.3125 


13 


2 V«4 


.328125 




X %2 


.34375 


14 


2 %4 


.359375 


15 


% 


.375 


16 


2 %4 


.390625 


17 


*%2 


.40625 


18 


2 %4 


.421875 




%6 


.4375 


19 






20 


2 %4 


.453125 


*%2 


.46875 


21 


3 %4 


.484375 


22 


Vi 


.500 


23 


3 %4 


.515625 


24 


17 i2 


.53125 


25 


3 %4 


.546875 


%6 


.5625 


26 






27 


3 %4 


.578125 


28 


*%2 


.59375 


3 %4 


.609375 


29 


% 


.625 


30 


41 /64 


.640625 


31 


21 /32 


.65625 


V 


4 %4 


.671875 


33 


*%6 


.6875 


34 
35 


4 %4 


.703125 


2 %2 


.71875 


4 %4 


.734375 


36 


% 


.750 


37 


4 %4 


.765625 


38 


2 %2 


.78125 


39 

40 


5 %4 


.796875 


13 /l6 


.8125 


41 


5 %4 


.828125 


42 


2 %2 


.84375 


5 %4 


.859375 


43 


% 


.875 


44 


57 /64 


.890625 


45 


2 %2 


.90625 


46 


5 %4 


.921875 


47 


15 /l6 


.9375 


48 


6 %4 


.953125 




% 


.96875 


49 


6 %4 


.984375 


50 




1.0000 



.397 
.794 

1.191 
1.587 

1.984 

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